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64 VICTORIA SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1901 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 
1899-1900 



PART V 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



1— lv 



V-2 



AUDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



1899-1900 : Public Works : Summary of Expenditure. 



Civil Government. 



Page 

in 
Pt. V. 



Minister 

Civil Government : Salaries. 



Contingencies, general 

n stationery ... 

n printing, lithographing, &c 



Chargeable to Capital. 
Public Buildings — 

Ottawa Public Buildings — West Block reconstruction 

n Langevin Block, balance and interest due 

contractors L 

n Electric lighting, &c .... 

Ottawa Military Buildings — New store. 

Harbours and Rivers, &c. — 

Levis Graving Dockj Enlarging. . 

Montreal Harbour : improvement below St Mar3''s current 

River St Lawrence Ship Channel 

River Kaministiquia 

Port Colborne : Harbour improvements 

St Andrews Rapids- -Red River 



Yukon District — 

Public Buildings . j 

Trails, roads and bridges. . 

Telegraph lines — Bennett to Dawson and branch to Atlin City . 

n Quesnelle to Atlin via Stikine River and Teslin Lakej 

Chargeable to Income. 
Public Buildings, Nova Scotia — 

Digby Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Halifax Drill Hall 

Halifax Post Office and Custom House : Renewals, &c 

Halifax, New Public Building 

Halifax, Quarantine Station on Lawlor's Island 

Kentville Public Building 

Liverpool Public Building 

Truro Post Office and Custom House — Reslating roof, &c 

Windsor Drill Shed— Reconstruction 

.i Interest allowed contractor on overdue balance 
Windsor Public Building — Reconstruction 



Public Buildings, Prince Edward Island — 

Charlottetown Dom. Building : Plumbers' work, &c 

n m Committee of Queen's Square Grounds, 
keeping in order of square 

Public Buildings, New Brunswick — 

Chatham New Bonded Warehouse 

Dalhousie Public Building: Re-covering roof, safe, painting, 

Marysville Public Building 

St. John Dom. Buildings : Improvements, &c 

St. John Quarantine Station : Improvements 

Tracadie Lazaretto — Outbuildings 



&c. 



Public Buildings, Maritime Provinces Generally— 

Re newala and heavy repairs 

Public Buildiiu s, Quebec— 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Buckingham Public Building 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station 

Hull Post Office 

Montreal Examining Warehouse : New floor and oil shed 

Montreal Post Office : To re-cover roof with copper and rebuilding 
chimneys &c ... 

Montreal Public Buildings : Im; rovements, &c, installing electric 
light, &c 

Quebec Citadel, Governor General's Quarters : Repairs, furniture, &c 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



7,000 00 
39,266 62 



5,498 51 
2,806 97 
1.691 02 



12,048 46 

29,165 81 

21,628 40 

4,342 66 



21,441 94 

1,196 51 

414,728 09 

11,148 46 

340 25 

6,501 21 



85,871 78 
102,749 01 
157,209 34 
223,044 77 



70 


3,120 16 


70 


14,839 82 


70 


99 02 


70 


24,048 52 


71 


7,608 50 


72 


10,478 80 


72 


12,011 58 


72 


1,822 44 


72 


1,354 00 


72 


32 99 


72 


3.459 02 



73 ' 

7:^ 



1,384 77 
500 00 



1 60 

1,297 00 

53 80 

2,970 84 

19,593 99 

1,237 11 



12,018 43 
80 00 

12,801 72 

1,184 87 

74 00 

6,995 22 

18,193 36 
4,094 68 



$ cts. 



46,266 62 



9,996 50 



67,185 33 



455,356 46 



568,874 90 



78,874 85 



1,884 77 



25,154 34 
6,915 87 



55,442 28 



1,260,509 64 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDI1 URE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-3 



1899-1900: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward 



Chargeable to Income — Con. 

Public Buildings, Quebec — Con. 

Quebec Custom House and Examining Warehouse : Renewals, &c. . 

Quebec Immigration Buildings on Louise Embankment and Break- 
water, and Queen's Wharf buildings 

Quebec Post Office : Alterations to old building, furniture box fronts, 
&c 

Quebec Post Office : Ventilation, &c 

Sherbrooke Public Building : Asphalt pavement 

Victoriaville Public Building, &c 



Page 

in 
Pt. V. 



steel 



Publico Buildings, Ontario — 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Alexandria Reformatory : Balance of award and interest 

Amherstburg Post Office : New letter boxes, &c 

Arnprior Public Building 

Brock ville Drill Hall 

Chatham Post Office, Custom House : Renewals &c 

Hamilton Dom. Public Building : Paving yard, &c 

Inuersoll Post Office, &c 

Kingston Drill Hall, &c 

London Drill Hall and Armoury site 

London Post Office, addition to 

London Public Buildings : Renewals, improvements, &c 

Orangeville and Berlin Public Buildings : New furnaces 

Ottawa Public Buildings : Repairs to masonry walls 

i< Langevin Block, fireproof attic 
shelving &c 

Ottawa Public Buildings : East and West blocks, concrete floor, 
cleaning and painting passages, &c 

Ottawa Public Buildings : removing old and placing new wire in 
Parliament Building and Library 

Ottawa Public Buildings : West block, new furniture, electric wir- 
ing, &c. . . 

Ottawa Public Buildings : East Block elevator 

Ottawa Post Office, Custom House: New boiler j 

Ottawa Supreme Court : New boiler. 

Rat Portage Post Office, &c, site given free by muncipality j 

Rideau Hall : Additional wing and furnishing j 

Sarnia Public Building 

St. Catharines Drill Hall I 

ii Public Building : Alterations, &c , j 

St. Thomas Public Building : Proportion of cost of sidewalk ! 

Toronto Post Office : Fitting up rented rooms at Union Station 

Toronto Dom. Public Buildings : Improvements, renewals, &c 

Windsor Drill Hall 

.1 Public Building : Renewals, improvements, &c 

Woodstock Post Office, &c 

Public Buildings, Manitoba— 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs .... 

Winnipeg Custom House : Repairs and improvements 

Winnipeg Dom. Lands and Crown Timber Offices. ... 

Winnipeg Post Office : Renewals, improvements, &c. , 

Winnipeg Public Building : Asphalt pavement, &c 

M Brick vault for Inland Revenue 

Public Buildings. North-west Territories— 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Court House, lock-up and police accommodation 

Edmonton Immigration Building 

Immigration Building, Rosthern, at a point on Can. Northern By., 
Swan River District . 

Medicine Hat Court House, &c 

Moose Jaw Court House : Enlargement 

Prince Albert Court House : Artesian well 

Regina Government House : Sidewalks 

Regina Lt. Governor's Residence : Improvements, drainage, &c . . . . 

Regina Land Titles Office 



Carried forward 



| cts. 



55,442 28 



4,522 85 
4,614 53 

5,014 00 

2,109 50 

830 00 

3,908 25 



9,819 44 

1,233 05 

1,038 08 

3,450 10 

290 43 

1,297 25 

616 00 

10,081 41 

39,975 27 

5,010 45 

4,000 00 

3.514 32 
678 29 

3,751 90 

24,047 07 

7,594 28 

6,416 36 

5,051 15 
2,955 61 

1.515 80 
1,160 26 

12,028 46 

14,128 89 

8,596 70 

18 00 

538 00 

631 29 

1,056 57 

6,003 08 

29 76 

2,154 00 

10,515 31 



$ cts. 



1,260,509 64 



4,614 28 

64 49 

726 50 

2,569 11 
663 ii!» 
450 00 

1,348 42 
913 61 
291 05 

2,586 09 

8,280 71 
581 15 

1,189 50 
500 00 

2,498 52 
10,549 00 



76,441 41 



189,196 58 



9,088 07 



28,738 05 



1,563,973 75 



l—ljv 



V-4 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



1899 1900 : Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Page 

in 
PartV 



Brought forward , 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Public Buildings, British Columbia — 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Atlin Post Office : Fittings and box fronts 

Kamloops Public Building 

Nelson Public Buildings 

New Westminster Custom House : Safe 

New Westminster Public Building : Reconstruction 

Rossland Public building 

Vancouver Drill Hall ... 

Victoria Old Custom House: Fitting attic for Meteorological Servic . 

Victoria New Post Office, &c, including furniture 

Williams Head Quarantine Station : Quarters for crew, alterations, 
improvements, furniture, &c , 



Public Buildings, Generally — 

Electric and other power for running elevators, stamp cancelling 

machine, &c • 

Renewals and heavy repairs 



Ottawa Buildings — 

Repairs, furniture, &c 

Heating (including running of elevators). . . . 

Lighting (including roads and bridges) 

Water (including Rideau Hall) 

Telephone service 

Grounds.. 

Major's Hill Park 

Removal of snow (including Rideau Hall) . . 
Department of Agriculture : Steel shelving. 

Ottawa and other Buildings — 

Rents 



Rideau Hall — 

Repairs, furniture, &c 

Fuel and light allowance to Governor General. 

Re-metalling drive ._ 

Furniture and fittings for new wing 



Dominion Public Buildings — 

Furniture 

Engineers, firemen, caretakers 



&c. : Salaries. 
Supplies. 

Heating 

Lighting 

Water 

Immigration Buildings : Repairs, &c 

Quarantine Buildings : Maintenance 



Yukon District- 
Rents for Public Buildings, 1898-99 and 1899-1900. 
Rent, fuel and light for Public Buildings 



Experimental Farms : New buildings, repairs, &c 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — 

Advocate Harbour : Wharf. . 

Arcadia : Removal of obstructions, Chebogue River 

Beaver River : Wharf repairs 

Belli veau River : Repairs to breakwater 

. Black Rock, Victoria Co.: Boat harbour 

Blue Rock Breakwater : Urgent repairs 

Brooklyn : Wharf 

Brul6 : Wharf repairs 

Canada Creek Breakwater : Repairs 

Cape Cove Breakwater : Urgent work of repairs 

Chebogue River Town Point Wharf : Repairs 

Chegoggin : Extension to breakwater 



Carried forward , 



$ cts. 


$ cts. 




1,563,973 75 


6,832 67 
980 88 




221 50 




11,346 07 
639 39 




13,429 95 
12,366 12 
18,889 00 





1,550 12 



75,576 08 



97 


4,180 41 




97 


4,832 73 


9,013 14 






114 


100,072 91 




116 


64,951 23 




117 


18,448 00 




117 


3,310 82 




119 


4,951 31 




119 


5,099 29 




120 


3,499 03 




120 


2,097 72 




120 


695 00 









203,125 31 


1?0 




16,941 82 


122 


17,050 92 




122 


8,000 00 




122 


1,053 86 




122 


5,144 33 


31,249 11 






153 


6,033 86 




153 


79,987 08 




153 


5,077 16 




153 


48,400 05 




153 


45,013 93 




153 


13,716 57 




155 


1,456 99 




155 


3,507 85 








203,193 49 


156 


26,528 14 




156 


14,625 52 









41,153 66 


159 




14,110 40 


159 


992 79 




159 


696 34 




160 


732 70 




160 


1,995 04 




160 


500 00 




160 


391 28 




161 


1,836 47 




161 


1,097 73 




162 


1,076 93 




162 


624 14 




162 


864 19 




163 


604 12 






11,411 73 


2,663,973 75 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-5 



1899 1900: Publi< Works: Summary ol Expenditure— Con 



Brought forward. 



( %argeable to laconic— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — Con. 

Cheticamp : Repairs to wharf 

Oheverie : Wharf repairs 

Chipman's Brook : Bjreakwater repairs 

Church Point Pier : To rebuild and repair cribwork 

Claries Harbour : Breakwater, &c 

Cothn Island : Repairs and extension of beach protection 

Cow Bay Breakwater : Repairs 

Cribbins Point : Repairs to wharf 

East Chezzetcook : Wharf 

East Ragged Island : Wharf 

East Tracadie : Reconstruction of breakwater 

Eaton v ill e : Wharf repairs 

English town : Wharf 

Gabarus Bay : Breakwater 

Gunning' Cove : Wharf 

Hall's Harbour i Breakwater repairs 

Harbour vi He : Harbour improvement 

Hunt's Point : Piers and beach protection 

Ingonish, North Bay : Beach protection works 

Iona Wharf 

Jordan Bay, East : Repairs to breakwater 

Judique, McKay's Point : New wharf 

L'Ardoise : Repairs to breakwater 

Little Brook Breakwater : Damage done by storms. ... 

Livingston Cove : Wharf. .... 

Lockeport : Breakwater 

Malignant Cove : Breakwater 

Margaree Island : Wharf 

Merigomish, Big Island : Wharf 

Merigomish Harbour : Extension of wharf 

Meteghan Breakwater : Repairs 

Meteghan River: Reconstruction of superstructure, &c, of break- 
water 

Mill Creek : Extension of wharf 

Morden : Repairs to wharf ] 

McNair's Cove : Repairs to wharf [ 

New Harbour : Breakwater 

Newelton, Cape Island : Wharf.. . j 

Parker's Cove : Extension of wharf 

Petit de Grat — Reconstruction of protection works and dredging. . . . 

Pictou Light : Beach protection 

Porter's Lake : Dredging and breakwater at entrance of channel. . . . 

Port Hilford : Breakwater 

Port Hood : Repairs to wharf 

Port Latour : Breakwater, &c 

Port Maitland (Yarmouth) : Repairs to breakwater 

Port Med way : Repairs to breakwater 

Port Mouton : Wharf 

Red Head, Rose way : Reconstruction of harbour protection works. . 

River Hebert Village : Wharf. . . 

River John : Wharf 

Salmon River, Digby Co. : Wharf 

Sanford (or Cranberry Head) Breakwater 

Saulnierville Wharf : Renewing portions of floor 

Saw Pit: Wharf 

Shag Harbour : Wharf 

Spencer's Island : Wharf repairs 

Summerville : Wharf repairs 

Swim's Point : Wharf 

St. Anus, North River : Wharf at Seymour Point 

Tancock Island : Repairs to wharf 

Tatamagouche : Wharf repairs 

Trout Cove Breakwater : New block 

Upper Port Latour : Wharf 

Upper Woods Harbour : Wharf 

West Berlin : Beach protection works 



Page 

in 
PartV 



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1(13 
1(14 
104 
164 
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165 
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166 
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167 
167 
1(17 
167 
1(58 
168 
168 
100 
1G9 
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Carried forward 



8 cts. 



11,411 73 



077 41 

903 27 

L,000 o<» 

list 31 
3,076 64 

269 75 

3,40!) 10 

317 02 

980 S3 

1,248 00 

933 22 

071 35 

3,737 05 

20 00 

1,470 43 

1,522 00 

2,307 00 

1,805 64 

3,784 84 

1,514 53 

1,172 20 

0,103 00 

1,472 12 

180 75 

2,740 13 

2,048 08 

3,878 35 

2,000 00 

010 00 

252 20 

2,000 00 



173 


4,200 03 


173 


1,004 70 


174 


1,553 02 


174 


574 21 


174 


1,308 50 


175 


1,055 02 


175 


1,177 54 


175 


453 50 


175 


101 11 


175 


244 25 


176 


2,241 10 


170 


699 O'.i 


177 


3,201 87 


177 


2,240 40 


177 


IS5 72 


178 


1,081 57 


178 


2,008 87 


178 


is;, oo 


178 


440 04 


178 


2,400 00 


170 


2,5!)!) 96 


170 


300 93 


170 


820 24 


180 


1,050 03 


180 


859 42 


180 


601 68 


180 


1!)'.) 99 


181 


1,521 i 32 


181 


991 0i. 


181 


240 00 


181 


780 oo 


182- 


698 07 


182 


901 00 


182 


1,486 83 



% cts. 



2,158,336 76 



110,038 14 2,158,336 76 



V-6 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



1899-1900: Public Works : Summary of Expenditure 



-Con. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income— Continued. 
-Con. 



Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia 

Whycocomagh Wharf 

Windsor Harbour : Shear dams, training dykes and deepening 

channel, River Avon 

Wolf ville : Harbour improvements 

Yarmouth Bar : To complete breakwater 

Young's Landing : Wharf 



Page 

in 
PartV 



Halifax Graving Dock (authorized by special statute) 

Harbours and Rivers, Prince Edward Island- 
Canoe Cove : Breakwater 

China Point : Reconstruction of head pier 

Miminegash : Addition to Northern breakwater 

" Harbour works : Repairs 

New London : Repairs 

North Cardigan : Repairs to piar. . 

Rocky Point, Lot 15 : Pier or breakwater 

St. Peter's Bay Pier : Reconstruction . 

Souris, Knight's Point : Strengthening of breakwater, &c . 

a ,, balance due contractors 

Summerside Harbour 

Tignish : Repairs to breakwater and extension 

West Point Pier : Extension 

General Repairs to Piers and Breakwaters. . 

Purchase of Creosoted Piles 



$ cts. 



110, 



14 



$ cts. 



2,158,336 96 



Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick— 

Bay du Vin : Wharf repairs. . . 

Black Brook : Wharf 

Buctouche : Repairs to wharf 

Burnt Church : Wharf 

Campbellton : Repairs to ballast wharf 

Oampobello (Wilson's Beach) Breakwater : Repairs and extension. . 

Cape Tormentine ; Repairs to breakwater. .. . ••• 

Chatham : Reconstruction aud repairs to Custom House wharf 

Clifton Breakwater : Creosoted block, stone talus and repairs 

Cocagne : Repairs to wharf 

Dalhousie : Repairs to ballast wharf 

Edgett's Landing : Repairs to wharf 

Hopewell Cape : Wharf 

,, Repairs to wharf 

La Tete, St. George : New wharf 

L'Etang : Extension to wharf 

Main River Bridge : Wharf • 

Richibucto : Pier repairs • 

River St. John, including tributaries _ ■ 

Shippegan Harbour : Extension and repairs to protection works 

Shippegan : Wharf at Lameque 

St. John Harbour : Negro Point breakwater 

„ Fort Dufferin 

St. Nicolas River : Wharf 

Harbours and Rivers, Maritime Provinces Generally- 
General repairs and improvements 



Harbours and Rivers, Quebec— 

Anse a Beaufils : Improvement of entrance to harbour 

Anse aux Gascons (Port Daniel East) : Breakwater 

Anse St. Jean : Pier repairs ; ■•••■ 

Baie St. Paul, Cap aux Corbeaux : Extension and repairs to wharl. 

Beau port^ Wharf 

Berthier (en bas) : Repairs to wharf, &c 

Cacouna: Extension of wharf .... 

Cap a l'Aigle : Repairs and extension of wharf 

Cap Sante : Removal of boulders 

Wharf ... . 



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184 

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198 



200 
200 

200 
201 
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202 
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203 
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669 80 

6,168 49 
162 75 

970 29 

795 58 



Carried forward. 



140 97 

2,207 00 

988 00 

997 87 

236 14 

308 61 

1,447 43 

554 37 

4,404 77 

337 50 

192 19 

2,093 82 

37 73 

2,000 28 

1,800 00 



610 04 

30 59 
1,094 05 
1,516 00 
1,727 84 

187 19 
7,486 18 
2,046 18 
6,086 92 

663 46 
3,165 37 

499 99 
28 87 

409 21 

313 65 

388 84 
2,448 66 
3,982 27 
2,712 57 
2,538 31 

114 63 
4.911 89 

800 00 
1,500 00 



118,805 05 
10,000 00 



4,910 53 
2,754 00 

501 00 
10,067 20 
4,009 08 
4,739 51 
5,118 94 
1,488 62 

821 70 
4,006 24 

38,416 82 



17,746 68 



45,262 71 
9,924 11 



2,360,075 31 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-7 



1899-1900: Public Works : 



Page 
Nummary of Expenditure— Con. in 

PartV 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to income— Con. 

Harbours and Rivers ? Quebec — Con. 

Chicoutimi : To increase height of wharf 

Coteau Landing : Dredging 

Cote Ste. Catherine : Wharf 

( Srosse Isle : Repairs to wharf 

Iberville: Wharf [[..' 

Isle aux Grues, North Shore : Construction of wharf, &c 

Kaniouraska Wharf : Construction of an L 

Knowl'tou Landing : Repairs 

Lake St. John, Piers, including improvement of approaches 

Lake St. John, Riviere a la Pipe : Wharf on Lake St. John near 

mi mth of river „ 

Lanoraie : Repairs to wharf and construction of ice-breaker 

Les Eboulements : Repairs to wharf 

Les Ecureuils : Wharf repairs 

L'Islet : Wharf ..[...'..]'. 

Longueuil : Pier repairs 

Lower St. Lawrence : Removal of rocks 

Magdalen Island : Breakwater 

Magog : Repairs to wharf ... - I 

Matane : Extension of training pier, southwardly j 

New Carlisle : Repairs to wharf 

New Port : Breakwater - j 

Perce : Wharf North Cove I 

Pointe aux Esquimaux : Wharf 

Point Claire Wharf : Shed 

Rimouski Wharf : Repairs and shed j 

Riviere au Renard : Pier 

Riviere Cap de Chatte : Pier 

Riviere Chateauguay : Dredging J 

Riviere du Lievre Lock and Dam : Extraordinary repairs 

Riviere flu Loup (en bas) : Wharf repairs and shed 

Riviere du Loup (en haut) : Dredging channel from Lake St. Peter to 

Louiseville 

Riviere Ouelle (St. Denis) : Wharf repairs 

Riviere Richelieu : Beloeil Channel Guide Piers : . 

Rivfere St. Maurice : Channel between Grandes Piles and La Tuque 

Sabrevois : Wharf 

Sillery Cove : Wharf at Pointe a Piveau 

St . Alexis, Baie des Ha Ha : Pier 

St. Alpho ise (Bagotville) : Landing pier repairs and shed 

St. Andre de Kamouraska : Wharf 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue : Extension to wharf 

Ste. Anne de Sorel : Ice piers 

Ste. Anne de Saguenay Wharf : Works of construction, &c 

St. Fulgence : Pier and improvements 

St. Gedeon (Lake St. John) : Wharf 

St. Irene : Completion of wharf to shore 

St. Jean des Chaillons : Improvement of harbour 

St. Jerome (Lake St. John) : Wharf 

St. Laurent : Repairs to wharf 

St. Roch des Aulnaies : Wharf. 

St. Timothee : Repairs to wharf 

Verdun : Wharf 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges, Quebec Generally : General repairs . 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario- 
Bayfield Harbour 

Bowmanville Harbour 

Bruce Mines Wharf 

Burlington Channel : Repairs to piers 

Colling wood Harbour : Improvement 

Goderich : Reconstruction of breakwater and repairs to piers 

n Dredging 

Hawkesbury : Dredging .... 

Hawkestone : New wharf 

Keene (head of Indian River) : Wharf 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



204 
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224 
224 
224 
224 
225 
225 
225 
226 
226 
226 



Carried forward 



38,416 82 



5,050 59 

1,760 57 

3,199 46 

1,639 21 

2,098 94 

436 44 

2,029 76 

714 12 

675 01 

2,499 06 
884 92 

3,613 51 
841 73 

1,149 99 

2,017 21 
608 82 

3,409 27 
530 07 
239 70 

2,000 07 

1.460 67 
217 25 
491 81 
665 25 

2,499 07 
2,850 10 
1,99) 08 
3,737 00 

1.579 85 
3,241 79 

5,267 50 

827 63 

3,073 43 

3.461 30 
4,482 94 
4,077 28 
4,086 16 

548 60 
7,000 00 
2,152 00 
1,009 19 

1.580 14 
1,497 81 
3,000 86 
1,200 75 
1,418 48 
4,999 7!) 
4,092 81 
3,864 80 

801 45 
2,353 23 
9,805 51 



3,176 72 

5,013 07 

1,939 85 

967 01 

41,616 99 

23,286 27 

10,377 04 

3,091 25 

835 26 

598 55 



2,360,075 31 



163,165 40 



90,902 01 2,523,240 71 



V-8 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



1899-1900 : Public Works : Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario— Continued. 

Kincardine : Repairs to piers and dredging 

Kingston Graving Dock : Repairs, shop and stores 

Kingston Harbour : Dredging 

North Bay : Pile wharf 

Oakville : Repairs to piers and dredging 

Otonabee River : Improvement of navigation 

Owen Sound Harbour : Dredging, &c 

Picton : Dredging 

Point Pelee Island : Wharf 

Port Burwell : Improvement of harbour . 

Port Dover : To pay U. S. & Ont. S. N. Co. for dredging. . . 

Port Elgin : Construction of groyne 

Port Findlay : Wharf 

Port Hope : Repairs to piers and dredging, &c . 

Port Stanley : Repairs to piers and dredging 

Portsmouth : Repairs to wharf 

Providence Bay : Wharf . . 

Rondeau Harbour : Dredging and repairs to piers 

Saugeen River : Dredging 



in 

PartV 



Scugog River : Dredging channel . . . 

Sheguiandah : Landing pier 

Southampton : Dredging 

Thorn bury 

Toronto Harbour : Works at eastern entrance, &c 

.! Diversion of Don and dredging in the harbour. 
Harbours and Rivers, &c, O.jtario Generally : Repairs 



Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba — 

Lake Manitoba , Additional outlets, &c 

Wharfs on Lake Winnipeg 

Harbours, rivers and bridges : General repairs. 



Harbours and Rivers, North-west Territories — 

General repairs and improvements 

Harbours and Rivers, British Columbia — 

Columbia River : Improvements above Golden 

ii Narrows between Upper and Lower Arrows Lakes 

i. Protection of bank at Revelstoke Lake .. . 

ii Removal of rocks above Revelstoke 

Duncan River : Improvement 

. Eraser River : Improvement of ship channel 

Kootenay River : Improvement below Port Steele 

Nanaimo Harbour : Improvement of South Channel 

Skeena Ri ver 

Williams Head Quarantine Station : Additional wharf accommoda- 
tion, &o 

Harbour, rivers and bridges : General repairs 



Yukon District — 

Lewes anc Yukon Rivers Improvements. 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally— 

Repairs and improvements . . 



Dredging — 

New Dredging Plant 

.1 Maritime Provinces, 

n British Columbia . 

Repairs to Dredge Vessels 

Dredging : Maritime Provinces 

n Quebec 

ii Ontario 

,t Manitoba .... 

n British Columbia 

ii General service 



Carried forward. 



226 

226 
227 
227 
227 
228 
228 
228 
228 
229 
229 
230 
230 
230 
230 
231 
231 
231 
231 
232 
232 
232 
232 
233 
233 
235 



235 

235 
235 



236 

236 
237 
237 
237 
238 
240 
240 
240 
240 

241 
241 



242 



242 



244 
245 
245 
246 
257 
266 
266 
267 
270 
271 



$ cts. 



90,902 01 



7,577 32 

1,947 94 

4,891 90 

6,982 78 

4,595 66 

1,975 10 

10,897 12 

4,814 76 

20 24 

44.577 97 

25,000 00 

833 16 

1,953 25 

1,918 62 

13,007 43 

2,018 20 

254 66 

10,346 25 

3,088 00 

3,137 65 

132 80 

71 82 

2,411 13 

21,258 89 

41 45 

11,172 21 



$ cts. 



,523,240 71 



8,122 65 
9,000 55 
1,627 76 



275,828 32 



18,750 96 
1,906 38 



3,047 27 
6,991 02 

10,500 00 | 
2,449 42 | 
2,820 40 

24,921 00 
2,793 37 
9,759 99 
3,456 06 

1,652 10 

2,396 38 



23,799 51 

5,791 54 

150 00 

29,S03 77 

68,778 30 

46,910 75 

13,105 31 

8,032 22 

14,163 55 

3,194 15 



70,787 01 
61,750 96 

5,148 36 



213,729 10 



3,171,141 80 



rriiLlG WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-9 



1899-1900: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con, 



Page 

in 
Pt. V. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income -Continued. 

Slides and Booms — 

River Coulonge, Ottawa District : Damages due to construction of! 

dam at High Falls | 

St. Maurice District : [mprovement to booms, &c 

Slides and Booms ; Generally j 

Roads and Bridges — 

At Ottawa, over slides, river and canal and approaches thereto 

Ottawa City : Bridges destroyed by fire April 26, 11)00 

Maria Street Bridge, Ottawa : Reconstruction 

Sappers Bridge, < Htawa : Extraordinary repairs 

Des Joachims Br'dge 

Portage du Fort Bridge— Aid towards construction 

Spray River Bridge at Banff 

Bridge across the Saskatchewan at Edmonton, N. W. T 

Swan River District : Road refund to Manitoba Govt 

Trail from Edmonton towards Yukon District 

Dominion Traffic Bridges throughout Canada, including approaches. 

Telegraph Lines — 

Gulf of St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces — 

Chetieamp and Meat Cove Telegraph Line 

Mabou and Margaree : Re-poling 

Extension from Pointe aux Esquimaux eastward 

Extension between St. Flavie and Quebec 

British Columbia — 

To connect Cape Beale and Carmanah with Victoria 

To connect Nicola Lake with C. P. R. system 

Change of Route of part of Comox Line .... 



Miscellaneous — 

Surveys and inspections 

National Art Gallery 

Monument of Her Majesty the ^ueen 

Chief Engineers office : Engineers, draughtsmen and clerks 

Chief Architects office ; Architects, draughtsmen and clerks 

Departmental Photographer : one half salary 

Telegraph service : Salaries of staff 

Temporary clerical and other assistance notwithstanding C. S. Act. .. 
Gratuity to widow of the late Emery Lafontaine, Asst. Engineer. . . . 
To pay Jos. Vallieres : Damages re accident at Fort Coulonge slide 

Dec. 15, 1897 . 

To purchase technical and other books of reference 



Collection of Revenue. 
Staff 



Staff. 



Slides and Booms — 

St. Maurice District : 

-i Repairs 

Ottawa District: Staff 

it Repairs 

Trent and Newcastle District 

-i Repairs 

Burlington Channel : Staff 

ii Repairs 

River Yamaska : Staff 

ii Repairs 

Riviere du Lievre : Staff 

H Repairs 

Levis Graving Dock : Staff and repairs 

Kingston Craving Dock : Staff and repairs. . . 

Esquimalt Graving Dock : Staff and repairs 

Harbours, rivers, slides, etc.: Staff generally 

ii Repairs 

Chenaux Boom : Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. 
Collection of Slides and Boom dues. ... 



271 

271 
271 



271 
272 
272 
272 
273 
273 
273 
274 
274 
274 
270 



Ml 

211 
278 
278 

278 
279 
279 



282 
282 
282 
282 
282 
282 
282 
282 
282 

282 
282 



290 
290 
292 
295 
295 
296 
297 
297 
297 
297 
297 
298 
298 
299 
300 
300 
300 
300 
301 



| els. 



688 15 

28,711 84 

3,278 29 



7,086 11 
3,181 00 

10,505 71 

910 37 

55:; 52 

1,909 09 

912 68 

10,1(12 25 

2,000 00 

9,386 02 

2,467 83 



5,290 79 

2,030 89 

41,405 95 

4,783 13 

2,401 52 

4,301 40 

698 00 



18,623 28 

1,914 53 

6,000 00 

41,988 75 

19,985 63 

700 00 

2,899 92 

24,999 81 

333 33 

350 00 
20 64 



13,182 87 

13,130 02 

22,341 88 

13,855 63 

1,872 80 

731 85 

1,704 20 

205 83 

751 28 

47 89 

775 11 

29 22 

5,599 48 

6,102 32 

13.202 07 

665 00 

1,971 55 

1,304 46 

1,897 58 



% csts. 



3,171,141 80 



32,678 58 



55,014 61 



60,917 68 



117,815 89 



Carried forward 



99,431 34 3,437,568 56 



V-10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



1899-1900— Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward 

Collection of Revenue — Continued. 



Telegraph Lines — 

Prince Edward Island to mainland 

Lower St Lawrence and Maritime Provinces 

North West Territories 

British Columbia 

Bennett-Dawson and Atlin Telegraph Lines : Working expenses. 

Telegraph and Signal Service Generally 

Public Works Agency, British Columbia 



Miscellaneous. 
Unforeseen Expenses — 

Gratuity to widow of late John McDonell.. 
ii ' Estate of Mrs. 1. F. Hyndman. 

n Estate W. C. Desbrisay 

Montreal City, expenses etc of firemen. . . . 
Peterboro t- n . . . 

Town of Brock ville M 



Total of Public Works Expenditure for 1899-1900 

(Note : This summary does not include $400,000 advanced to the Montreal 
Harbour Commission shown at page V-19) 



Adjustment with Public Accounts. 

Civil Government (Page ii — 30) 

Public Works : Capital (Page ii— 34) 

Refunds of Previous Years Capital Expenditure (Ship channel) 

Public Works, chargeable to Income (Page ii — 43) 

Collection of Revenue (Page ii— 48) 

Miscellaneous : Unforeseen Expenses i 



Page 

in 
PartQ 



301 
301 
309 
312 
314 
314 
315 



315 
315 
315 
315 
315 
315 



$ . cts. 


99,431 34 


1,946 66 
32,242 36 
15,277 55 
13,533 67 
15,639 43 
2,697 45 
2,090 96 



$ cts. 



3,437,568 56 



77 50 
150 00 I 
166 66 [ 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 ' 



182,859 42 



Total, agreeing with that shown above. 



844 16 



3,621,272 14 



56,263 12 

1,089,827 29 

1,589 40 

2,289,888 75 

182,859 42 

844 16 



3,621,272 14 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-ll 



Superan- 
nuation 
Tax. 



cts. 



64 00 


fl50 00 


37 00 


21 00 


48 00 


29 00 


30 00 


33 00 


28 00 


*38 50 


28 00 


27 00 


*42 00 


28 00 


*40 25 


*42 00 


28 00 


26 00 


*45 50 


27 00 


28 00 


*15 00 


*23 36 


*35 00 


20 00 


*5 24 


20 00 


6 25 


6 25 



977 35 



Public Works Dept. : Salaries at Ottawa. 



Statutory ; Minister at $7,000. 
Hon J Israel Tarte, 12 m to June 30, 1900.. 



,266.62). 



Civil Government Salaries 



Deputy Minister, A-ntoine Gobeil, 12 m to June 30 . . 
Chief Architect, David Ewart, \2 m to June 30 . 
Chief Clerks - 

A G Kingston, accountant, 12 m to June 30 

E F E Roy, secretary, 6 m to Dec. 30, 1899 

R Steckel, 12 m to June 30 

First-class clerks — 

A E Belleau, 12 m to June 30 

E T Smith, 12 in to June 30 

J C Tache, 12 m to June 30 

Second-class clerks— 

J C Blais, 12 m to June 30 

RE Bouchette, 12 m to June 30 

Isidore Cote, paymaster, 12 m to June 30 

R C Desrochers, asst secretary, 12 m to June 30. 

Ernest Dionne, 12 m to June 30 . 

Theopbile Fortier, 12 m to June 30 . 

Frederic Gelinas, 12 m to June 30 

T J McLaughlin, 12 m to June 30 

S E O'Brien, 12 m to June 30 . 

R J Robillard, 12 m to June 30 

Alfred Rouleau, 12 m to June 30 

J A Theriault, 12 m to June 30 

Joseph Vincent, 12 m to June 30 

Third-class clerks — 

Thos Costigan, 12 m to June 30 

W C DesBrisay, 8 m to Feb 28, 1900 

H J Guppy, 12 m to June 30 

Geo Hennessy, 12 m to June 30 

Mrs I F Hyndman, 2 m to August 31, 1899 

E J Smith, 12 ni to June 30 

Messengers — 

E McG Desrivieres, 12 m to June 30 

V. Lepage, 12 m to June 30 

Private Secretary, Fred Gelinas, 12 m to June 3u . . . 



Civil 
Government 



Chief Engineer's Office (V—281): (-$15,898.83). 

Amyot, P E, draughtsman, July 13-June 30, 353 d at $2 

Belanger, J C, clerk, June 1900, 30 d at $1.50 ; detailed with Secre- 
tary's Branch Page V— $7.75 

Belanger, Nap, clerk, 289 d to Apl 15 at $2, 76 to June 30 at $2. 50. . 

Belanger, V, clerk, 172 d to Feb 1, at $2.25 (overpaid 25c) 

Blain de St Aubin, E J, messenger, 16 d in Aug at $1.50 

Caldwell, T D, draughtsman, May 7- June 30, 55 d at $2 

Cantin, J A, draughtsman, 335 d at $2, 30 at $2.50 (overpd $1) 

Drapeau, P, draughtsman, 365 d at $2 .50 

Gadbois, Ls V, draughtsman, 289 d at $2, 76 at $2 . 50 

Hampshire, C C, clerk, 292 d to May 29 at $2 ; May 30 to June 30 at 
$80 a month 

Lacas, E, draughtsman, Sept 5-Mch 19, 188 d at $2, Mch 20 June 
30, 88 d at $2.50 

Lafleur, E D, engineer, 9i m to Apl 15 at $208.33, 2h m to June 30 at 
$233.33 ; bal due on June 1899 salary $43.33 (short paid $3) 

Lane, Albert E, draughtsman, May 1-15, 1899, 15 d at $2.50 

Marion, J E, clerk ; June 1900, 30 d at $2.25; detailed with Secre- 
tary's Branch Page V— 13 $11 .75 

Mercier, Paul, asst engineer July 1899 

Michaud, J L, engineer, 365 d at $4 

Moffette, Nap, draughtsman, 365 d at $2.75 

Paradis, Paul, asst engineer July 1899 



$ cts . 
7,000 00 



3,200 00 
3,000 00 

1,850 00 
1,050 00 
2,400 00 

1,450 00 
1,800 00 
1,650 00 

1,400 00 
1,100 00 
1,400 00 
1,350 00 
1,200 00 
1,'400 00 
1,150 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,350 00 
1,400 00 

500 00 

666 64 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

149 98 

1,000 00 

500 00 
500 00 
600 00 



Carried forward. 



46,266 62 



11,077 93 

Note— The asterisks (*) denote contributors to Superannuation Fund No 2, at 3^ per cent 
daggers (|-) denote contributors to the Retirement Fund. 



the 



V-12 



AUPITCH GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Superan- 
nuation 
Tax. 



cts. 



Public Works Department. 



Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Civil Engineers'' Office — Continued. 

Perley, G E, asst engineer, 12 m 

Robitaille, J, storekeeper and plan mounter, 12 m 

Roy, Jos R, acting secretary, .Tan 15-June 30 190o, at $2,500 
St Laurent, Arthur, engineer, 165 d at $5, 200 at $5.50 



Civil 
Government 



$ cts. 
46,266 62 



Chief Architect's Office (V—281): ($21,466.05). 

Baudry, Chambord, draughtsman, 365 d at $2.50 

Belanger, Saxton, asst clerk of works, July 1-Apl 9, 283 d at $2, Apl 

10- June 30, 82 d at $2. 50 

Billings, W R, architect, 12 m ] 

Breton, Frs : clerk of works, 365 d at $3.50 ; overpayments in Sept 

and April, $7 i 

Charette, Jos, architect, 12 m to June 30 ! 

Charron, Louis, draughtsman, 12 m at §91 .25 

Dionne, G T, draughtsman, 355 d to June 20 at $1.50, 10 d in June 

at $2. 25 

Dube, W A, clerk in Mr King's office, 365 d at $2 

Dubois, Alf, clerk 365 d at $3 

Hewitt, D A, architect, Apl 25- June 30 at $1,200 

Jordan, J W, architect, 12 m 

King, Win, mechanical engineer, 12 m at $125 I 

Lamb, J B, architect July 1-Apl 15, 9| m at $90, Apl l6-J\ine 30, 

76 d at $3 50. . 

Marcotte, Chas, architect, 365 d at $4 ' ! 

Mackay, Chas : clerk 365 d at $3 ; 24 d in May '99 as timekeeper! 

paid at $2 (page Q— 10) now allowed at $3, $24 j 

Paquet, V X, draughtsman 12 m to June 30 

Richard, J S, clerk, in charge of records, 10 m to Apl 30 at $68.44,1 

May 1- June 30 at $950, $158.33. . . \ 

Routhier, J S J, architect, 12 m to June 30 I 

Shearer, John, clerk of works, 12 m to June 30 

Taylor, F L F, architect : July 1-Aug 18 at $1,000, $131.71 ; Aug: 

19-June 30 at $1,500, $1,302.42 

LeMoyne, Mrs E, typewriter 12 m at $500, less 17 d in May 



Secretary's Branch, notwithstanding C. S. Act (V — 282) : ($19,638.95) 



Belanger, Alice, clerk, Mar 1-June 30, 122 d at $1 . 50 

Belanger, J C, clerk, May 12-'99-May 31, 1900, 385 d at $1.50 less 

$7.75 charged to Chief Engineers staff 

Blain de St Aubin, E. J., clerk, Sept 1-June 30, 303 d at $1.50 

Bray,' Andre, messenger, 365 d at $2 

Chalifour, J M, clerk : 310 d to May 6 at $1.50 ; May 7-June 30, 55 

d at $2. 00 

Champagne, I, clerk : 289 d to Apl 15 at $1 ; Apl 16-June 30, 76 d at 

$1.50 

Chasse, J A, clerk, 365 d to June 30 at $3 less $10 deducted on account 

of Over charges for travel . . . : . . 

Colman, L H, clerk : 355 d to June 20 at $2.50 ; June 21-30 at $3. . . 

Cote, Thos, private .secretary, 123 d to Oct 31 at $4 . 

Couture, D, clerk : 283 d to Apl 9 at $1.50 ; Aol 10-Jun* 30, 82 d at $2 
Cusson, J E, clerk : 289 d to Apl 15 at $2.25 ; Apl 16-June 30, 76 d 

at $2.75 ; overpayment, $2. 75 

Desjardins, Michel, clerk, 365 d to June 30 at $2.50, less 17 d in 

March and 3 in Feby 

Desjardins, Nap, clerk, Oct 5-June 30, 268 d at $2. 

Dcody, T N, clerk, 365 d to June 30 at $2. 25 

Dostaler, Alf, clerk : 355 d to June 20 at $2 ; June 21-30 at $2.50. . . 

Duplessis, Mile L, clerk, 12 m to June 30 

Gagne, F X, clerk, July 1-May 31, less 2 d in Mar, 333 d at $2.50. . . 

Gariepy, G, clerk, 365 d to June 30 less 11 d in Mar at $2 

Gingras, F A, clerk, 365 d to June 30 at $2 , 

Hains, Henri, clerk, Nov 6- June 30, 237 d at $3 

Houde, Mrs C D, clerk, 12 m at $45 



Carried forward I 46,266 66 



Outside 

Votes. 



$ cts. 
11,077 .93 



1,200 00 

540 00 

1,155 90 

1,925 00 



912 50 

771 00 

1,550 00 

1,284 50 
1,000 00 

1,095 00 

555 00 

730 00 

1,095 00 

219 72 

1,100 00 

1,500 00 

1,121 00 

1,460 00 

1,119 00 

1,000 00 

842 73 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

1,434 13 

477 07 



183 00 

569 75 
454 50 
730 00 

575 00 

403 00 

1,085 00 
917 50 
492 00 
588 50 

862 00 

862 50 
536 00 
821 25 
735 00 
400 00 
832 50 
708 00 
730 00 
711 00 
540 00 



51,101 98 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-13 



Superan- 
nuation 

Act. 



cts. 



Public Works Department— Continued. 



Civil 
Government 



Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Secretary's Branch — Concluded . 

Hudon, Arthur, messenger, July 1-Oct 22, at §33.33 a m . . 

Keir. T W, clerk, 3G5 d to June 30 at $3 

Lane, Albert E, draughtsman May 1-15, at, $2.50. ... 

Lafleche, E R, clerk : 355 d to June 20 at $2.25 ; June 21-30 at $2.50 
Marion, J E, clerk, Feb 1-May 31, 120 d at $2.25, less $11.75 charged 

to Chief Engineers Staff (V-ll) 

Mathe, N M, clerk, 12 m to June 30 

O'Donohue, D J, special officer, Mar 30- June 30 at $125 am 

Parent, A R, clerk, 310 d to May at $1.75, May 7- June 30, 55 d 

at $2. 25 

Savard, Philippe, clerk : 289 d to Apl 15 at $2 ; Apl IG-June 30, 70 

d at $2. 50 . 

Smith, Mme V, clerk, Apl 16- June 30, 76 d at $1 .50 

St Jean, Dr. P, clerk. Aug 29-Dec 15, 10!) d at $3 

St Jean, Miss H P. clerk, Apl 16- June 30, 76 d at $1.50 

Trainor, M B, clerk, May 7-14, 18-31, June, 52 d at $1.50 

Turcotte, Mme Emma L, clerk, Jan 25- June 30, 157 d at $2 



% cts. 
40,266 62 



Accountant's Branch, notwithstanding C. S. Act (V—282): ($6,720.67) 

Barthe, G R, clerk, Aug 1-June 30. 334 d at $2.50 

Bedard, J BE, clerk, 365 d to June 30 at $2.50 

Cote, Thos A, clerk, July 1-May 13, 321 d at $2.50 

Gordon, John, clerk, 365 d to June 30 at $2 

Hardy, A, clerk, 31 din July at $2. 25 

Marion, J E, clerk : July 1-Jan 24, 208 d at $1.75 ; Jan 25-31, 7 d 

at $2. 25 

Morin, J A, clerk, 365 d to June 30 at $1.75 

Pare, Arthur, clerk, Mar 15- June 30, 3££ m at $50 

Stevenson, H C, clerk, 365 d to June 30 at $3, less 5 d in Aug 

St Laurent, J B, clerk, 365 d to June 30 at $3 



Departmental Photographer : One-half Salary. 

McLaughlin, D A, half of $1,400 ($700 paid by R. and C. Dept.) . . . 

Telegraph Branch (V— 282 ) : (-$2,900). 

Keeley, D H, general supt. of telegraph service, 12 m 

Keeley, Robt, clerk, 12 m at $75 

St Lawrence Ship Channel (V—If5). 

Howden, Jas, supt. of dredging, May 1 1899 to June 30, 1900 : 14 m 
at $2,500 a year 



Hydrographic Survey of St Lawrence (V — 50) ; ($2,716). 

Cowie, F W, hydrographic engineer, July-Feb, May-June, 10 m at 

$150 , 

Fornsret, V W, assistant engineer, July-Feb, May- June, 304 d at $4. 

St Andrew's Rapids (V—51) $177. 

Paradis, Paul, asst enginer, Jan-Feb, 59 d at $3 

Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, &c. (V -100) : ($2,667.88). 

Bedard, Jos, labourer, July- June, 313 d at $1.50 

Fortier, Leon, labourer, July- June, 313 d at $1.50 

Laframboise, A, labourer, July- June, 313^ d at $1.50 

Launiere, E R, general jobber, July- June", 11 m at $60, 25 d in Aug 

at $2 

Scrim, W H, labourer, July- June, 313^ d at $1 .75 



Carried forward 



Outside 

Votes. 



$ cts. 
51,101 98 



123 64 

l,0!»:) oo 

37 50 

823 75 

258 25 
800 00 
383 06 

666 25 

768 00 
114 00 
327 00 
114 00 
78 00 
314 00 



835 00 


912 50 


802 50 


730 00 


69 75 


379 75 


638 75 


177 42 


1,080 00 


1,095 00 



700 00 



2,000 00 
900 00 



2,916 62 



1,500 00 
1,216 00 



177 00 



469 50 

469 50 

470 25 

710 00 

548 63 



46,266 62 I 75,802 60 



V— 14 A UDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Superan- 
nuation. 
Tax. 


Public Works Department — Continued. 


Civil 
Government 


Outside 

Votes. 


$ cts. 


Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Montreal Harbour: Improvement belotv St Mary's Current (V--19). 

Valiquet, U. asst engineer, Feb 15- June 30, 1900 at $2,000 

Coteau Landing, Dredging ( V — 204) 
Mercier, Paul E, asst engineer, Oct, 31 d at $2 . 50 


$ cts. 
46,266 62 


$ cts. 
75,802 60 

749 97 

77 50 




Harbours and Rivers^ Quebec Generally (V — 223). 
Mercier, Paul E, asst engineer, Nov, 30 d at $2.50 




75 00 




Harbours and Rivers, Ontario Generally (V — 235) : ($3,030). 
Corriveau, R de B, asst engineer, July 1899 : 31 d at $2.50 




77 50 


"* 


Desrosiers, L A, assistant : July 1-Dec 16, 169 d at $3 ; Dec 17-May 
31, 166 d at $4 




1,171 00 

225 00 




Eraser, J W, asst engineer, July $100, Jan $125 




- 


Mercier, Paul E, asst engineer, Aug, Jan- June, 212 d at $2.50 




530 00 


- 


McLean, N B, services, Dee- Apl, 151 d at $4 




604 00 




Paradis, Paul, asst engineer : Aug-Sept, 61 d at $2.50 ; Nov, 30 d at 
$3 ; Dec 1-12, 12 d at $2.50 ; Dec 13-31, 19 d at $3 ; Mar, 31 d 




422 50 




Harbours and Rivers Generally (V—242) : ($670.44). 

Bien venue, Miss C, translating general report of 1897-98 : 82 pages 
at $1 . 50 




123 00 




Gauvreau, Alf. assistant in cement-testing laboratory, 12 m to June 
30 at $45.62 




547 44 


<• 


. ( jn. Dredging, General Service ( V-271) : ($2, 103.20). 
Godwin, E B, asst supt of dredging, 12 m to June 30 at $100 




1,2C0 00 
360 00 


N 


Huot, Edgar, clerk, 12 ni to June 30 at $30 

Robinson, C, clerk at $87.50 a month, 11 m to May 31, less 5 d in 
July, 1 in Oct, 16 in iMov, 16 in Jan, 17 in May 




— 




543 20 




Maria St Bridge, Ottawa (V—272) ($885). 
McLean, N B, services, July 1-Nov 30 : 153 d at $4 




612 00 








273 00 




IM 1 1? 

Portage du Fort Bridge (V—273). 
Mercier, Paul E, asst engineer, Dec : 31 d at $2.50 




77 50 




Surveys and Inspections (V—282) : ($2,563). 
Corriveau R de B, asst, Aug 1-Sept 30, 1899 : 61 d at $2.50 




152 50 




Desbarats, G J, asst engineer, June, 1900 : 30 d at $5 

DesRosiers, L A, assistant, J une, 1900 : 30 d at $4 

Eorneret, V W, asst engineer, Mar-Apl : 61 d at $4. , 

Fraser, J W, asst engineer, Aug-Sept, 2 m at $100 ; Oct-Dec, Feb- 

June, 8 m at $125 

Mercier, Paul E, asst engineer, Sept : 30 d at $2.50 




300 00 
150 00 
120 00 
244 00 

1,200 00 

75 00 

244 00 




Paradis,' Paul, asst engineer, Oct, 1899 : 31 d at $2.50 




77 50 


! Total 

i 


46,266 62 


86,034 21 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-15 



Civil Government Contingencies: Public Works Department. 

Stationery, July, 189!), to April, 1900 ($2,806.97). 
Books and maps — 

Almanac Hachette, 40c. ; Bedard Code Municipale, *4.50 

Clifton and Grimaux' French and English Diet., 2 

Dictionnaire de Beseherelle, §23.15 ; Dilke's Greater Britain, $2 

Dictionary of Electric and Magnetic Terms in French, English and German 

Guerin's French Dictionary, 00c ; Hassard's International Law, 2, $2 

Imperial Coneise Dictionary, #2.00 ; Larousse's French Dictionary, 90c 

La Milice Canadienne Francaise, G, #30 ; Montreal Directory, 85 

Lefroy's Legislative Power in Canada, 2, $14.40 ; Dominion Map, $4.50 

Maritime Provinces Map. $4.95 ; Province Maps, 12, $2.50 

Montreal Map, 2, 75c. ; Nova Scotia Map, 2, $6.40 

New Brunswick Map, 83.20; Ottawa City Map, 80c 

Quebec Map, 2, $6 ; Rat Portage Map, $2 ; Three Rivers Map, 50c 

Province of Ontario Map, 2, $2.20 ; Ottawa Directory, 3, $9 

Story of the Revolution, $6 ; Slater's Telegraphic Code, 5, $9.20 

Snow's Legal Compendium, $3 ; Standard Atlas of Canada, $5.50 

Surenne's Dictionary, $1 ; Telegraph Code, 4, $30 

Sundry magazines, 10 

Requisitions not at hand 

Blank books : diaries, 71, $82.43 ; cheque book, $6 ; index, 21, $6.96 ; letter, 5, $7.70 ; memo, 

li'7, $60.56 ; requisition, 2, $1.10 ; recruit, 17c. ; reporter's note. 26, $1.30 ; scrap, 19, 

$26.70 f shorthand, 63, $2.20 ; scratch, 17& doz., $16.55 .' 

Almanac Canadian, 4 at 35c, 4 at 30c. ; calendars, 52 at 2c, 6 at 17c 

Porcelain tablets, 2, 72c. ; visiting cards, 34 boxes, $4.48 ; desk pads, 5 at 35c, 9 at 40c . . . 

Chamois skins, 3 at 34c ; hand blotters, 19, $5.82 ; envelope dampers, 2 at 19c 

Baskets, 39 at 85c, 1 at 80c, 2 at 60c, 7 at 45c, 2 at 40c ; Gladstone, $10.70 

Despatch box. $19, lettering, 38c; brief bags, 3 at $5.25, 1 at $4, 1 at $3.65, lettering, 36c. .. . 

Letter cases, 2 at 90c ; portfolio, 1 at $5.50 ; pocket book, 1 at $1.10, 1 at $1.40 

Cash boxes, 1 at $1.25, 1 at $1.50 ; card case, $2 ; binding cases, 6i doz., $26 

Roger's file boards, 7 prs. at 30c ; stationery cases, 3, $18.60 ; straps, 11 doz. at 77c 

File laces, 6 doz. at 80c ; Shannon file, 50c ; T. square, $1 ; thermometers, 3 at 40c 

Letter press, $11 ; rubber sheets, 2 doz. at $1.92 ; damping tray, $2.90 ; set scales, 6, $4.50. . 

Chesterman tape, $1.50 ; Ellam's duplicator, $12 ; rulers, 12, $3.17 ; compass, $6.30 

Paper weights, 10, $4.54 ; pen wiper, 3, 76c ; pin cushions, 2 at 32c 

Paper fasteners, 64 boxes, $16.29 ; mucilage, 30 bot., $11.93 ; pins, 121 papers, $11.90 

Pen knives, 6, $5.54 ; envelope openers, 9, $1.29 ; desk knives, 53 at 27c 

Pin stapling tool, $2.15 ; scissors, 36 prs., $18.70 ; pencil sharpeners, 5, 71c 

Jack knives, 5 at 35c ; bodkins, 6, 76c ; ink extractors, 21 at 10c ; erasers, Uh doz., $8.93. . 

Mucilage founts, 21, $3.25 ; paste, 29 bot., $4.64 ; sealing wax, 9 lbs., $4.18 . . . 

Paul's inks, 11 sets at $1.50 ; ink, 62 bot., $23.31 ; inkstands, 38, $37.33 

Paper and envelopes — 

Blotting, 7A rms., $33.84 ; blue paper, 3 rolls, $17.90 ; carbon, 21 boxes, $59.55 

Foolscap, V.)h rms., $80.01 ; lunch, 1 rm., 70c ; letter, 1 rm., $1.90 

Manifold, 20 boxes, $15.27 ; note, 33 rms., $52.35 ; 9 boxes with envelopes, $7.55 

Portfolio, J rm., $5.86 ; typewriter, llffc rms., $49.21 ; wrapping, 8i# rms., $31.91. . . . 

Vandyke. 12 rolls, $91.55 : envelopes, 45350, $123.14 " 

Pencils, 75A doz., $24.58 ; coloured pencils, 21| doz., $10.65 ; pencil holder, 9, 99c 

Pocket pencils, 65, $12.54 : lead for pencils, 46 boxes, $2.37 ; gold pens, 2 at 75c 

Pens, 119 boxes, $33.56 ; drawing pen, 1 at 75c ; fountain pens, 2 at $5, 1 at $4, 1 at $3.50. . . 

Penholders, 28| doz., $17.28 ; rubber bands, 200 boxes, $93.66 ; twine, 44^ lbs., $10.48 

Typewriters, 7 at $102.50, 1 at $110, less allowed for old machines, 1 at $4~0, 1 at $45 

Typewriter ribbons, 99, $59.75 ; repairs, $55.15 ; platens, 3 at $5.50, 3 at $6.50 

Typewriter desks, 4 at $45, 1 at $30 ; felt pads, 2 at 50c ; platen knob, 60c 

Typewriter travelling case, $15 ; table, $6.50 ; oiler and 2 bot. oil, 29c 

Rubber stamps, 4 at 55c, 1 at 35c ; ink pads, 3, 51c ; stamp ribbons, 2 at 33c 

Taste, 16 cards at 20c, 3 at 24c. ; red tape, 5 doz. pkgs., $4.29 ; taper stand, 70c 

Wax matches, 30 boxes, $2.10 ; red seals, 18 boxes, $1.08 ; sponges and bowls, 4, $1.51 

Sundry small expenses 



Printing, Lithographing, dc, July, 1899-May, 1900 ($'1,691.02). 

Printing, binding, &c, 81,502 ; lithographing, $127.10 ; pari, publications, $61.92 

Sundries (85, p8 . 51). 

Newspapers, &c. : — Bathurst Courrier, $1 ; Joliette Progres, 50c ; Montreal : Gazette, $6 ; 
Le Reveil, $9 ; Herald, $6 ; Le Cultivateur, $1 ; La Patrie, $3 ; Witness, 83 ; New West- 
minster Daily Columbian, $5 ; Ottawa : Citizen, $12 ; Evening Journal, $6 ; Free Press, 
$6 ; Le Temps, 83 ; United Canada, $6 ; Quebec : Evening Mercury, 8 ( .) ; L'Evenement, 
$3; Regina Leader, $14.80; St. Jean Le Canada Francois, $3.25; St. John Telegraph, 
$5 ; St. Thomas Journal, $18 ; Toronto : Globe, $4 ; Evening News, $3 ; Catholic Regis- 
ter, $2 ; Mail and Empire, $4; Victoria Times, $40 ; Weymouth L'Evangeline, $6.25; 
Winnipeg Telegram, $5 ; Windsor Le Progres, $1.50 ; London, Eng. : Engineering Maga- 

Carried forward . . 



V-16 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Civil Government Contingencies : Public Works Department — Continued. 
Brought forward , 



Sundries — Concluded. 

Newspapers, &c — Con. 

■/Awe, $11.80; Electrician, $7.30; Graphic, $37.24; Times, $3.16; Paris, France, LTllus- 
tration, $10.47 ; Boston American Architect and Building News, $19 ; Chicago Cement 
and Engineering, $2 ; New York : Engineering Magazine, $3 ; Official Railway Guide, 
$5 ; Scientific American, $2.50 ; Courrier des Etats-Unis, $19.73 ; Heating and Ventila- 
tion, $1 

Travelling expenses of Ottawa officials (Page V — 320) 

Cab-hire at Ottawa : Hon. J. I. Tarte, $19.50; A. Gobeil, $27.75; I. Cote, $1.50: R. C. 
Desrochers, $4 . 50 ; D. Ewart, $4.50; F. Gelinas, $28; H. Hains, $6.75; R. Steckel, 
75c. ; departmental, $9 . 50 

Street car tickets, $73.41 ; ferriages, 20c. ; express, $33.75 ; cartage, 25c 

Telephones, $194.85 ; telegrams, $2,139.40 ; gratuities to telegraph boys, $5.75 

Postage, $72.27 ; photos of International Commission, 2 at $3 

Engraving plate and printing 200 cards, $2.01 ; repairing typewriters, $19.60 

Hair brushes, 5 at 75c, 4 at $1.25, 1 at $1.50, 2 at $1.75 ; repairing stamp, 35c. ... 

Combs, 10 at 25c, 3 at 20c, 1 at 15c ; soap, 9 doz. cakes, $4.50 ; feather duster, 75c 

Spittoons, 13 at 25c, 6 at 40c, 1 at 65c, 1 at 75c. ; soap dishes, 3 at 15c, 1 at 25c, 

Shawl straps, 6 at 75c ; travelling bag, $11.45 ; towels, 4 doz. at $2.50 

Matches, 1 doz. boxes at $1 . 75, 2 doz. at $1.80; tumblers, 8 at 5c, 15 at 10c, 1 at 15c 
doz. at 35c 

Whisks, 1 at 35c, 1 at 33c, 17 at 25c, 4 at 20c, 1 at 13c 

Washing towels, Mrs. Bray, 354 doz. at 25c 

Total carried to page V — 



Public Buildings, Ottawa: West Block Reconstruction. 

Adams, Saml. Superintendent, Aug.-Dec, Apl.-June, 8 m at $100. : 

Masons, hrs at 33^c : J E McGuire, 716 ; J O'Donnell, 757 

Carpenters, hrs at 22|c ; A Brad, 2312 ; M Laflamme, 2771 

Roofers : E. Gariepy, 383 h at 25c ; E. Loyer, 239 h at 19£c ; M Chevrier, 383 h at 10§c ; T 

W. French, 239 h at 16§c 

Blacksmith, J. Latimer 2734£ h at 22§c ; bl'ksmith helper, G Miller, 2689i h at 16^0 

Painter, F. Foisv 2799 h at 19i ; carter, J Finlay, 522 h at 25c 

Labourers, hrs at 16§c : O Lacelle, 729 h ; T. Pari.e, 2890 h 

Detailed in 1898-9 (Page Q— 15) 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings, Gen Repairs Pay lists (PageV — 101 

Less charged to "Ottawa Buildings Repairs ".. . (Page V — 100) 73 50 

n n " Repairs to masonry wall ( ,, — 86) 1,114 81 

" New furniture &c ( i. — 87) 1,640 76 



Bailey, Geo, cutting iron cresting for roof : time of man and helper, 275 h at 55c ; iron, 17f) 
lbs at 5c 

Belanger, M A, drugs $7.50 ; Bryson, Graham & Co, 15 blinds, $23.59 

Butterworth, J G & Co : smith coal, 1^ tons at $6 ; cartage 25c 

Butterworth & Co : sinks, 2 to order at $35, 1 large c i at $39, 1 of 24 x 17 pore at $15 ; 12 x 
14 steel brackets, 36 pr at 35c ; solder, 50 lbs at 25c, 1" Jen. globe valves, 10 at $1 . 40 ; sun- 
dries, $36.27 " . 

Charleson, W G : Richardson doors, 52 at $42, 3 at $47 ; plaster Paris, 35 brls at $2.10 ; Keen 
cement, 7 brls at $6.50 ; Portland cement, 18 brls at $2.60; charcoal, 62 bush at 30c; 
copper wire roofing nails, 56 lbs at 35c ; 1 and 2" iron, 3482 lbs at 3c ; solder, 220 lbs at 
25c, 55 at 21c, 110 lbs at 15 ; pig lead, 110 lbs at 7c, 325 lbs at 6c ; boiled linseed oil, 10 
galls at 65c ; Yale latches, 6 at $3, 1 doz for $27 ; bronze door sets, 2 at $4.50 ; French 
window bolts, 3 doz at $3, 3 doz at $2.50 ; sash cord, 10 lbs at 50c ; glass, 44 panes of 17f 
x 2U at 25c, 60 of 1<> x 28^ at 23c, 136 of 14 x 20 at 10^c, 192 of 16 x 20 at lljfc ; 339 panes 
of various sizes, $68 . 98 ; sundries, $320 .74 

Desrivieres J A ($1,697.03.) 

Balance of contract for lumber for roofing West Block (see Page Q — 16 18D8-9) 

Birch flooring H-in, 1st qual. KDD2S, 3,300 ft at $50 ; 2-in clear pine K D, 1st qual D 
2 S, 570 ft at $±5 ; l|-in basswood K D. 1st qual D 2 S, 452 ft at $30 ; basswood W 
moulding & cap, 170 lengths at 20c ; birch door saddles, 50 at 40c ; 64 winter sashes, 
$110 ; 9 prs blinds, $33 ; cartage, $5 ; sundry lumber, $117.07 

Edwards, W C & Co, Ltd : contract for closet in £ oak 

Gingras, Louis : 500 nails 

Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
4,497 99 



308 50 
2,381 01 



102 75 

107 61 

2,340 00 

78 27 

21 61 

14 10 

8 50 

7 75 
25 95 

8 10 
5 86 

88 50 



,996 50 



800 00 

491 01 

1,129 56 

246 04 
1,055 94 
676 32 
603 17 
427 37 
144 50 



5,573 91 



2,829 07 



2,744 84 

160 00 

31 09 

8 35 



199 37 



3,276 68 
1,173 75 



523 28 

72 00 

7 50 



18,193 36 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-17 



Public Buildings, Ottawa: West Block Reconstruction— < 'ontinued. 



Brought forward 



Graves Bros: galvanized iron, 20 sheets at 05c; marbleized patent overflow basins, 36 at 
$1.25 ; N. P. pat. overflow plugs & leather washers, 36 at 35c; basin clamps, 108 at 10c ; 
1-in waste couplings, 3(5 at §1.10; f-in supply couplings, 36 at 50c; charcoal, 10 bags ;it 
si ,80 ; |-in steel rope, 155 ft at 13c; bronze bar sashlifts, 9-f. 2 doz. at $3.26 ; nails, 1 keg 
of l.j-in galvzd roofing at $8.50, 4 kegs of 3-in mould at $2.75 ; 13 kegs of various prices, 
|34 . 55 ; sundry hardware, $ l .>4 .27 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg. Co : Tabers hose expanders, 3 doz at $7.50; hose washers. 8J 
doz at $1.20, 4 £ at 90c * 

Ives, H R& Co ($1,913.85) 

Two iron stairs complete with slate treads 

Art metal worker making ornamental cresting &c : time, 153 d at $3.25, 281 at $4 ; board 
at hotel, 485 d at $1 ; travel to & from Montreal, 4 trips at $7 ; refreshments on trip, 
00c ; asst blacksmith, 152 d at $2 ; less $800 paid on account in 1898-9 (Page Q— 16).. 

Lawson, Thos : cresting castings, 763 lbs at 6c ; castings 422 lbs at 4c, 14 at 5c ; finishing, 12 
h at 40c ; lead mould $1 . 50 

McAvity, T & Sons : Nason radiator bases & tops, 7 of 4 x 24 at $16.12, 2 of 4 x 20 at $13.44, 
1 of 3 x 24 at 812.09, 26 of 4 x 16 at $11.72, 9 of 3 x 20 at $10.08, 2 of 4 x 12 at $8.06, 1 

3 x 16 at $8.06, 2 of 3x12 at $6.04, 2 of 2 x 12 at $5.18 ; N. P basin cocks, 3 doz at 
$12.50 ; 1-in. Jenkins radiator angle valves, ground couplings & wooden wheel, 30, $51.60; 
30 air valves, $4.50 

McDougal & Cuzner : nails, 13 kegs of 3-in. wire at $2.50, 1 keg of 2-in. wire finishing, $4.25, 

4 kegs of 4-in. wire at $2.15, 3 kegs of 5-in. wire at $2, 25 lbs of H-in. copper roofing at 
35c, 25 lbs of 1^-in. galvd roofing at 10c, 1 keg of H-in. galvd roofing (expressed) $10 ; 400 
carriage bolts, $35.50 ; f-in. manilla rope, 54 lbs at 15c ; sheet tin 65 lbs at 10c ; iron, 450 
lbs at 2£c, 1) at 3c ; sundries $3.80 

Odell Bros : bricks, 4,000 at $7 .50 

Pyke, Jaa W & Co : basin tops, 36 at $4.70, 1 double (special order) at $17.85 . . 

Robertson, Thos & Co : H in. iron pipe, 508 '8 ft at 6 42c, 103 "2 ft at 6 '73c; 1-in. iron pipe, 
2,000 ft at 3 72c ; galvanized pipe, 804 2 ft of f-in. at 5 15c, 110 6 ft of 1-in. at 10 86c 
H-in. M I elbows, 233 lbs at 5ic ; lead pipe, 500 lbs at 5|c ; sundries, $25.19 

Robillard, Alex : lime, 335 bush at 18c 

Stephen Bros : white lead, 50 lbs at 7c, 100 at 6 4c, 200 at 6c ; boiled oil, 5 galls at 90c, 4 at 
70c, 20 at 60c ; hard oil, 21 galls at $2 ; turpentine, 9 galls at 90c ; shellac, 12 galls at 
$2 50; white shellac, 1 gall at $3; best furniture varnish, 3 gall at $2.50; aluminum 
bronze, 2^ lbs at $2 50 ; 47 panes of yellow and red glass, $14.90; 17 panes glass, $8.40 
10 brushes, $4.80 ; sundries, $12.83 

Veve, Pierre : sand for roof, 6 yds at 75c 



g cts. 
8,190 86 



355 26 


36 25 


275 00 


1,638 85 


69 66 



Less charged to Ottawa Buildings Repair! 
Total carried to page V — 2 



.(Page V— 114) 



Public Buildings, Ottawa : Langevin Block, Balance and Interest due 

Contractors. 

A Charlebois, final estimate dated May 1 1890 for the Langevin Block : — 

Main building, $425,772.51 ; iron staircases, $19,225.81 ; iron roof, $64,936.17 

Less paid in vear ended June 30 : 1884, $7,510 ; 1885, $32,450 ; 1886, $100,100 ; 1887, $80,640 ; 
1888, $59,020 ; 1889, $59,710 ; 1890, $47,000; 1891, $32,780; 1898,$51,300 ; 1899, $19,550 . 



087 47 



138 24 

30 00 

187 05 



231 69 

60 30 



141 48 
4 50 

12,052 61 
4 15 



Interest from May 1 '90-Sept 6 '99 (9 yrs 41- mos) at 5 p.c. 
Total carried to page V — 2 



Public Buildings, Ottawa: Electric Lighting, <fce. 

Ahearn & S »per, contract : wiring Parliament Buildings, 765 lights at $4 ; sockets, switches, 
cordage &c, 765 lights at $1.43; wiring 643 lights in E. Block, 911 in W. Block, 719 in 
Langevin Block, 152 in Supreme Court and 137 in Post Office, 2,562 lights in all at $3.50 ; 
fitting with sockets switches &c, 2,422 lights (140 were fitted up by Govt staff in East 
Block) and 2 portable lamps, 2,424 lights in all at $1.43 ; 2 bracket attachments $4.36 ; 
mason, 77 dya at $2.50 ; less $461.51 for materials received from P. W Dept and $10,770 
paid in 1897-8 (page Q— 15) 

Ahearn & Soper, contract ($8,440.81) 

Wiring and equipping lights over ceiling and galleries of House of Commons and finishing 

main and subsidiary switchboards, according to plans and specifications 

Additional primary slab with switches, $96.90 ; additional circuit induct, $810.70 

Switchboards complete, 3 at $427 ; marble top for switchboard, $9.50 

Carried forward 

1— 2v 



12,048 46 



509,934 49 
490,060 00 



19,874 49 
9,291 32 



29,165 81 



5,552 62 



4,681 00 

907 60 

1,290 50 



12,431 72 



V-I8 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Public Buildings, Ottawa : Electric Lighting, &c. — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Ahearn & Soper — Con. 

Electricians connecting up switchboards, 497 h at 50c ; 10-in. clock for s w. $10 

Marble primary cut out slabs, 3 at $14.40 ; marble pedestals, 24 at 70c 

Hinged brass cable supports, 24 in W. B, 15 in L. B, 21 in E B, 60 in all at 40c j 

Weather proof triple braid wire, 70 lbs at 27c ; c m cable, 160 lbs at 37c 

Primary switches D P S T. on marble bases, 4 at $14.75 

Wiring in attic and under reporters galleries H. of C. 16 lights at $3.50 

Electroliers, 2 of 10 It at $69.75, 1 of 6 It at $6(5, 1 of 5 It at $58, 2 of 3 It at $42, 1 of 5 It 
at $40, 4 of 6 It at $32.75, 1 of 3 It at $18.60, 1 of 4 It at $10.50. 1 of 1 It at $8.25. ... i 

Electric brackets, 1 at $2.25, 4 at $1.80, 6 at 80c, Sat 35c 

Wiring, 34 lights at $4 ; fitting with sockets, switches, cord &c, 75 Its at $1.43 

Socket cuirasses, 49 at 75c ; shades and holders, $44 .66 , 

Motor fans complete, 2 at $23 ; insulators, links and connections, $9.54. 

Experimental work above House of Commons ceiling : electricians, 111 h at 50c ; No 12 
R C wire, 120 ft at 4c ; iron brackets, 32 at 43c 

Ahearn & Soper ^.^ 958. 65) 

Wiring attic of West Block, 182 lights at $3 . 50 : 

Wiring: 4 lights in E B at $3.50 ; 24 lights in Langevin Block at $3.50 ; 6 lights in H 

of C. at $4 _ , . . . . 

Switchboard complete for Langevin Block 

Crosses 7x3, faced and drilled, 4 at $18.50 ; 3-in. angle valves, flanged, 4 at $9.50 ; 3-in. 

relief valves, flanged, 4 at $26.80 ; 7-in. check valves, flanged 4 at $27.65 ' 

Electric corridor lanterns, with 14-in. globe, complete with sockets &c, 2 at $24.68 i 

3-lt electroliers with globes and cuirasses for Gov. Genl's office, 4 at $58 

Electroliers, 1 of 4 It at $29.75, 2 of 10 It at $29.25, 2 of 2 It at $24.20, 2 of 4 It at $24, 9 

of 8 It at $24, 3 of 6 It at $21, 1 of 3 It at $16. 15, 8 of 3 It at $10.50, 16 of 2 It at $9.50, 

1 of 2 It at $9.38, 40 of 1 It at $9, 38 of 4 It at $8.70, 40 of 3 It at $7.70, 18 of 2 It at 

$6.75, 16 of 3 It at $6, 1 of 2 It at $6 

Extra globes, 1 expressed at $4 . 45, 12 for $18 

Fitting with sockets, switches, cord &c, 22 lights at $1 .43 ; cuirasses, 4 at 75c 

Experimental work in Library of Parliament as to best means of lighting : electricians, 

168 h at 50c ; asst electrician, 95f h at 40c. 

Removing old switchboards and temporarily connecting up pending installation of new 

board, 70 h at 50c 



Anderson & Crannell ($476.32) 

Portable Faries, 11 at $2.50 ; 2 It pendant electroliers, 4 at $15 

Electroliers, 1 of 3 It at $15.35, 1 of 4 It at $13.75, 2 of 3 It at $12.80, 3 of 2 It at $11.85, 
3 of 2 It at $8 

Edison keyless receptacles, 30 angular at 65c, 30 straight at 45c 

Portable lamp stands : 2 at $3 ; 8 goose neck at $2 . 65 , ..... 

Swinging electric brackets, 2 at $2 . 80, 5 at $2 .65, 1 at $1 . 35 

Shades : silver lined, 6 at $1.50, 9 at $1.10 ; green and white, 30 at 95c, 26 at 75c, 68 at 
50c ; alluminum, 7 at 60c ; frosted, 26 at 50c 

Shade holders, 138 at 10c, 1 doz at 90c ; sundries, $61.37 

Luxfer Prism Coy, Ltd : installation of Luxfer Prisms for House of Commons ceiling— as per 

tender 



Total carried to page V— 2. 



Ottawa Military Buildings. 

Clerk of Works, Patrick Canty, Apl, May and June, 91 d at $3.50 

Bourque, Jos & C Lemoine : contract for completion of Military Store Building at Ottawa, 

Est No 2 to June 30 1900, $4,123 ; less drawback of $413 

Queen's Printer's account, $37 . 64 ; advertising, $276 .52 

Total carried to page V— 2 . . . ^ 



Levis Graving Dock: Enlarging. 

Thos Powers t contract for work at Levis Dry Dock Extension : Est 6 to June 30 1900, rock 

excavation performed, 29,400 cub yds at 80c, $23520, less drawback of $2350 

Travel of Ottawa officials (End of P W Exp) 

Queen's Printer's account $32 . 53 ; advertising, $183 .45 



$ cts. 

12,431 72 

258 50 
60 00 
24 00 
78 10 
59 00 
56 00 

555 85 
16 00 

243 25 
81 41 
55 54 

74 06 



637 00 

122 00 
427 00 

329 80 

49 36 

232 00 



1,947 28 
22 45 

34 46 

122 30 

35 00 

87 50 

114 25 

33 00 
27 20 
20 20 

118 10 
76 07 

3,200 00 

21,628 40 



318 50 

3,710 00 
314 16 



4,342 66 



Total carried to page V — 2 . 



21,170 00 

55 96 

215 98 

21,441 94 






PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-19 



Montreal Harbour: Improvement! below St. Mary Current* 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page V— 14) 

Travel of Ottawa officials (End of P W Exp) 

Queen's Printer's account, $37.54 ; advertising, $354.45 



Total carried to page V— 2. 



Montreal Harbour: Expenditure by Commission. 

Sums advanced to Montreal Harbour Commissioners : 1899, Aug 3 9100,000, Nov 29 $200,000 
1900, May 29 $100,000 



$ cts. 

74!) 97 

54 55 

391 9« 



1,190 51 



400,000 Oo 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel. 

Shops at Sorel. 

Conductor of works, Simon Cosky, July- June, 12 m at $100 

Antava David, labourer, 5 d at 80c ; Arbour, F, labourer, 36 d at 89c, 35 at 75c 

Auger Leon, carpenter : Jany-Feby, 28{- d at SI. 25 ; Mar- June, 105£ d at $1 .40 

Auger Wilfred, labourer : May, 10 d at 80c ; June, 31 d at $1 

Aussant B, labourer, 3 d at 80c; Aussant P, labourer, Feby, 1H d at 75c, Mar-Apl, 30', d at 

80c " 

Aussant Joseph, labourer : Feby, lOf d at 75c ; Mar-Apl, 49£ d at 80c 

Badeau Hector, Jany-June : carpenter, 25 d at $1.10, 76 at $1 ; labourer, 2Qh d at 90c. . . . 

Badeau Jos, Jr, carpenter, July-Mar, May- June : 173 d at $1 .40 ; 92| d. at §1.25 

Badeau Jos, Sr, carpenter, July-Oct, April, IIO5 d at §1 .40 

Badeau Napoleon, foreman, July- June, 12 m at $90 

Baron C, labourer, 2 d at 80c; Baron J, labourer, Nov-.Tune, 100 d at 80c, 56 at 75c 

Beaucage G, labourer. 8| d at 80c ; Beaucage H, carpenter, 66^ d at $1 .40, 44? 7 at $1.25. . . 

Beauchemin Paul, painter, July-Apl : 140| d at $1.20 ; 94^ d at $1.10. .... . 

Beaulac Adelard, labourer, July-Aug, 41| d at 80c 

Beaulac A, labourer, lOg d at 75c ; Beaulac H, helper, July-Aug, 43| d at $1 

Beaulac John, carpenter, July-May, 205^ d at $1 . 40 ; 55 d at $1 . 25. 

Beaulac Philip, labourer, Feby-Apl, 10i d at $1, 26 at 80c, ll-?> at 75c 

Beaulac Louis jr, carpenter, Jany-June : 102 d at $1 .25, 434; at $1 12i 

Beaulac Louis sr, carpenter, July-June : 100 d at $1 .75, 56 at $1 .60, 95| at $1 .50, 34 at $1.35 

Belaire Adelard, carpenter, Dec- June, 1054. d at $1 . 40, 064, at $1 . 25 

Belaire Alphonse, carpenter, Jul v- June, 185f d at $1 . 40, 41 at $1 . 25 

Belaire Edmond, carpenter, Dec- June, 105J d at $1 40, 66f at $1 . 25 

Beiaiie Eusebe, carpenter, July- June, 206 d at $1 . 40, 92 at $1 . 25 

Belaire Francois, fitter, March, 23 d at $1 . 25 

Befort Francois, drill, July-June, 243J d at $1 .25 

Belisle Alderic, helper, Julv-May, 241^ d at $1 .30 

Beliveau Jos, caulker, Feb-Mar,*7 d at $1 .30. 22 at $1 .15 

Bellerose Edouard, helper, July-June, 300 d at $1 

Bellerose Rene, fitter, July-June, 311 d at $1 .50 

Benoit E, coaling, lh d at $1 ; Benoit H, labourer, Uh d at 80c. 

Benoit Nap, labourer, Jany-Mar, li d at 80c, 24 at 75c 

Benoit Tous, carpenter, 18 d at $1.40 ; Berard Jos W, carpenter, 42£ d at $1.25 

Berard Jos, carpenter, July- June, 195| d at $1.40, 64i at $1 .25 

Berard Naz, labouier, 114 d at 80c, 10£ at 75c ; Berard P, carpenter, 33f d at $1.25 

Bergeron Nap, caulker, July- June, 190| d at $1.30, 85£ at $1.15 

Bergeron S, Aug, Nov, June : coaling, 'l\ d at $1 ; labourer, 6| d at 80c 

Berthiaume Nap, carpenter, July-Oct, Dec- June, 206^ d at $1.40, 67A at $1.25 

Bibeau Pierre, May-June : painter, 29 d at $1.20 ; labourer, 8^ d at $1 

Blais Chas, labourer, % d at $1, 10 at 80c ; Blais, C B, labourer, 25| d at 80c 

Blais Raymond, labourer, Feby- Mar, 22| d at 80c, 7h at 75c 

Blais, Zenon, labourer, Janv, Mar-Apl, 234 d at 80c, 14 at 75c 

Blette N, labourer, 6 d at 80c ; Blette Philip, labourer, 21 d at 75c 

Bonin Jean Bte, helper, July-May, 218^ d at $1 

Bonin Louis, July-June : pattern-maker, 253j d at $1.40 ; stuffer, 46J d at $2 

Boucher Arthur, July-Oct, 89* d at $1 

Boucher Geo, fitter : July -Mar, 220^ d at $2 ; Apl-June, 78 d at $2.25 

Boucher Godfroi, blacksmith, Julv-June, 286r> d at $1.50 

Bouchard Adel, labourer, Apl-June, 32.', d at $1, 3V, at 80c 

Bouchard Paul, blacksmith : July-May, 276 d at $1.20 ; June, 29^ d at $1.40 

Boulanger N, coaling, lj d at $1 ; Bourgois Jos, labourer, 1H d at 80c 

Braconnier Arthur, rivet heater, July-Aug, June, 564, d at 60c 

Braconnier John : foreman, Nov-.Tune, 200^ d at $3 ;"July-Aug, 108.\ d at $2.50 , 

Brassard D, helper, 17 d at 80c ; Brunette, P, blacksmith, July-Mar, 205] d at $2 



1— 2iv 



Carried forward 



1,200 00 


59 04 


183 01 


39 00 


35 42 


47 46 


127 35 


357 81 


154 35 


1,080 00 


123 59 


155 72 


272 85 


33 40 


51 62 


356 43 


39 92 


176 13 


454 10 


230 16 


311 29 


231 49 


403 38 


28 75 


304 6(5 


313 62 


34 40 


300 00 


466 48 


10 70 


19 19 


78 63 


354 66 


59 07 


345 34 


7 65 


373 82 


43 05 


28 95 


23 82 


29 30 


22 79 


218 75 


448 75 


8!) 5 » 


615 98 


429 74 


59 30 


37l> 85 


10 95 




872 71 


424 10 



12.:>4J 96 



V-20 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward , 

Shop* at Sard— Continued. 

Brault Samuel : boilermaker, July-Oct, Mar-Apl, 151| d at $1.25, Nov-Feby, 84J d at $1.12$; 

labourer, May, 9 d at $1 

Brunette Leon, July-Apl : helper, 202 d at .$1 ; labourer, 11^ d at 80c 

Caisse Leonard, labourer, 12 d at 80c ; Cardin Jos, labourer, 4 d at 80c 

Cantaras Aug. helper, July-May, 12H d at $1.50, 147$ at $1.40 

Caplette Daniase, helper, July- June, 296 d at ■ $1.30 

Cardin Nap. carpenter : Jany Feb, 42^ d at $1.25 ; Mar-May, 97| d at $1.40 

Cardin Paul, labourer, Jany-Apl, 34 d at $1.10, 40$ at $1 

Carleton Frs. : helper, July-Oct, 98£ d at $1 ; labourer, Apl-June, 55 d at 80c 

Caron David, labourer, Sept-Oct, 25 d at 80c 

Carpentier Chas, boilermaker, July-June, 189$ d at $1.75, 89$ at $1.60 

Carpentier Nap. plu.i.ber, 3 d at $i.50 ; Cartier Geo, painter, 3f d at $2.50 

Casauton Wilfred, fitter, July-June, 292 d at $1.25 

Champagne Alfred, boilermaker, July-Oct, 97| d at $1.25. 

Champagne, C, labourer, 11$ d at 80c ; Champagne Jos, painter, 25^ d at $1 .20 ' 

Champagne, Cuthbert, carpenter, July- June, 102| d at $1.40, 103i at $1.50, 43i at $1.35, 46$ 

at $1.25 ' 

Champagne Desire : storekeeper, July-Oct, 4 m. at $50, Nov-Dec, 2 m. at $60 ; timekeeper, 

Jany- June, 6 m at $75 . 

Champagne Klie : coaling, 1$ d at $1 ; labourer, 13^ d at 80c, lOf at 75c 

Champagne Elph, coaling, f d at 75c ; Champagne H, coaling, f d at $1 ; labour, 26f d at 80c. 

Champagne Jos. sr, labourer, July- Jany, Apl-May, 37 d at $1, 77$ at 80c, 45 at 75c 

Champagne, Oscar : carpenter, June, 26| d at $1.40 ; borer, July-Mav, 220^ d at $1.20, 58^ 

at $1.10 " 

Champagne Pierre jr, labourer, Aug, Nov-Jany, Mar-June, 115$ d at 80c, 46| at 75c. . ... 

Champagne Pierre, jr, coaling, 21 d at $1 ; labourer, 25 d at 80c 

Champagne Pierre R, labourer, July-Feby, Apl-June, 184| d at 80c, 66$ at 75c 

Champagne Simon, boilermaker, July- Aug, 38 d at $1 . 75 

Champagne Thos, watchman, July- June, 3(54 d at $1.25 

Champagne Zenon, labourer, Feb- Apl, 24 d at 80c, 10$ at 75c 

Chapdelaine, Jos, labourer, Jany-Mar., 10|d at $1, llf at 80c, 12f at' 75c 

Charbonneau F, X, carpenter, .1 une, 18 d at $1.40 

Charbonneau Pierre, labourer, Sept-June, 243 d at 80e ... 

Charron Noe, labourer, Jany-Mar, 28$ d at 80c, 13$ d at 75c • 

Chateauvert Simeon, blacksmith, July-June, 302| d at $2.75 

Chevalier Antoine, labourer, Jany-Feby, 31$ d at 75c 

Chevalier Jean Bte, July-May : helper, 14lf d at $1, 90$ at 90c ; labourer, 9$ d at 80c 



Chevalier Nap, labourer, Feby- Apl, 36 d at 80c, 13 at 75c . 

Chevalier Pierre, helper, July-June, 298 d at $1.20 

Chevalier Pierre, labourer, Jany, Mar-Apl, 31 d at 80c. 14 at 75c 

Chevrier Thadee, carpenter, Janv-June, 102 d at $1.25, 42| at $1.12$ 

Chiquette Louis, carpenter : July-Oct, 90$ d at $1.20 ; May-June, 32i d at $1.25 

Clement Alderic, carpenter : July-Oct, Mar- June, 209f d at $1.40 ; Dee-Feby, 67|d at $1.25. 

Clement Edouard, boilermaker, July, 16 d at $1.25 

Collette, Jos, Jany-May : painter, 30f d at $1.20 ; labourer, 21$ d at 80c, oQh at 75c 

Comtois Edmond, carpenter, July- June, 200^ d at $1.40, 90$ at $1.25 

Corbeil W, coaling, J d at $1 ; Cote, Alfred, painter, Apl, 10 d at $1.20 

Cosky Louis, pattern maker, July- June, 285 d at $2 

Cosky Nap, July- June : draughtsman, 13f>^ d at 80c ; rivet heater, 157 d at 60c 

Cote Jean Bte, labourer, 10£ d at 80c ; Oournoyer M. labourer, 34^ d at 80c 

Cote Win, plumber, i d at $2.50; Cournoyer Nap, coaling, f d at 75c; Cournoyer Paid, 

coaling, 1$ d at $1 ; labour, 29^ d at 80c '. 

Courchene Alcide, bolt cutter, July- June, 279$ d at $1 

Courchene Toussaint, carpenter, Julv-Oct, Jany- June, 198^ d at $1.40. 42h at $1.25 

Courchesne Ulric, carpenter, Sept-Oct, Dec- Mar, 61| d at $1.40, 03^ at $1.25 

Cournoyer Alphonse, caulker, July-June, 177$ d at $1.30, 82 at $1.15 

Cournoyer Bruno, labouier, July- June, 25| d at $1, 171f at 80c, 67 at 75c 

Cournoyer Chas, labourer, Jul v- Jany, Mar, May- June, 148 d at 80c, 45 at 75c 

Cournryer, Jean Bte, boilermaker, July- June, 174| d at $1.25, 90$ at $1.12$. 

Cournoyer Joseph, July-June : painter, 79^ d at $1.20 ; labourer, 116§ d at 80c, 65 at 75c 

Cournoyer Louis, labourer, Sept- June, 108$ d at 80c, 53$ at 75c ; coaling, § d at $1 

Cournoyer Magloire, Apl-May : coaling, 1$ d at $1 ; labourer, 35| d at 80c 

Cournoyer Narcisse, carpenter, July-Oct, Dec-June, 101 d at $1.75, 54i at $1.60, 85| at $1.50 

11 at $1.35 

Cournoyer Narcisse jr, labourer, Oct, Mar, May-June, 64£ d at 80c 

Cournoyr Narcisse sr, labourer, July-June, 222jj d at 80c, 94J at 75c. 

Cournoyer, Pierre, labourer, July- Jany, Mar- June, 194$ d at 80c, 46 at 75c 

Couture, J. Bte, boiler maker, July-Apl, 148| d at $1.25", 92$ at $1.12$ . . . . 

Daigle Antoine : carpenter, 23 d at $1. 10 ; coaling, 1$ d at $1 

Daigneault S, carpenter, May, 12 d at $1.50 



$ cts. 
12,544 96 



293 11 


211 00 


12 80 


388 75 


384 80 


189 58 


77 90 


142 25 


20 00 


474 80 


13 87 


364 96 


121 56 


39 50 


415 93 


770 00 


20 16 


22 71 


132 75 


366 10 


127 40 


22 25 


197 66 


66 50 


455 00 


27 07 


35 21 


25 20 


194 40 


32 92 


831 15 


23 62 


230 30 


38 55 


357 60 


35 30 


175 57 


149 23 


378 33 


20 00 


81 47 


401 55 


12 75 


570 00 


203 20 


35 (>0 


26 71 


279 50 


330 66 


165 50 


325 02 


213 40 


152 15 


320 23 


237 84 


127 67 


30 10 


411 91 


51 40 


249 25 


190 10 


289 98 


2G 80 


18 00 



Carried forward I 25,181 60 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT . EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-21 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward . . . 



Shops at Sorcl — Continued. 



I )auphinais Arthur, helper, July-Feby, 170 d at $1 

1 >auphinais Jean Bte, July-Apl, carpenter, 181 d at -$1.40, 68i at .$1.25 

Dauphinais Nareisse, labourer, July-Apl, 24 d at $1.25, 124," at 81.10, 88.} at $1 

De Blois Jos. jr : boiler maker, July-Oct, 86} d at SI. 25 ; labourer, 6 d at 80c 

De Bh.is Jos. Br, labourer, Feby, A pi-May. 38 d at 80cj 19A at 75c 

1 >e Blois Moiise : boiler maker, July-Oct, 82 d at $1.25 ; labourer, Of d at 75c 

De Grosbois Tancrede : fitter, July-Feb, 171y d at -SI. 50; fitter and electrician, Mar-Apl, 

J une, 65£ d at $2 

Denis Adelard, labourer. July-Jan, Apl-June, 217} d at 80c 

Denis ('has. sr, boiler maker, July- Sept, Nov-June, 178 d at $1.50, 03 at $1.35 

I )enis Francois, labourer, J any- Mar, gi d at 80c, 24^ at 75c 

I )enis Henri, boiler maker, July, Oct, 3(H d at $1.50 

Denis John, boiler maker. July-Oct, 95J, d at $1.25 

Denis Joseph, carpenter, Jany-June, 75] d at $1.50, 35V at $1.40, 20 at $1.25 

Denis Onesime, boiler maker, July-Oct, 85| d at $1.25 

I >eslauriers Jos, labourer, 11A d at 75c ; Dessert Albert, carpenter, 18 d at $1.20 

Dessert Leon, rivet heater, July-Apl, 150), d at GOc, 92^ at 55c 

Dorion Albert, painter, Mar- June, 27 d at $1.20, 38 at $1, 1(5 at 80c 

Drolet Elzear, carpenter, July-June, 205 d at $1 .40, 05i at $1.25 

J >rolet Joseph, carpenter, July-Oct, Dec-June, 237} d at $1.40, 35 at $1.25 

I Kibeau Nap, carpenter, Dec-June 103} at $1.40, 644 at $1.25 

Duhois Arthur, July-June : painter, 084; d at $1.20, 92£ at $1.10 ; caulker, 94g d at $1.20 

Ducap Geo, helper, Sept-Occ, 4H§ d at $1 

1 )ucbarme Alex, helper, July-June, 207 ; | d at $1 

Ducharme Alfred, July-June : painter, 24| d at $1.35, 53} at $1.20 ; borer, 27 d at $1.20, 101} 

at si, 82 1 at 00c . . . . 

J >ucharme Aristide : coaling, 2} d at $1 ; labourer, May-June, 30| d at 80c 

Ducharme Colbert : coaling, lh d at $1 ; labourer, 804 d at 80c 

Ducharme Edouard, July- May : helper, 14 d at $1.30, 83 at $1 ; labourer, 64 d at 80c, 54f at 75c... 

Ducharme Francois : coaling, lh d at $1 ; labourer, 25} d at 80c 

Ducharme Wm., painter, July- Dec, Mar- June, 176| d at $1.50, 434 at $1.35 

Duhamel Hon., carpenter, Mar -June, 254 d at $1.10, 65 at 00c 

Dulac Aristide, carpenter, July, Sept-June, 104f d at $1 .50, 424 at $1 .60, 80 at $1.75 

Dumas Alfred, rivet heater, July-June, 200} d at 60c, 78^ at 55c 

Dumas Laurent, boilermaker, July-Oct, 60 d at $1.50 

Dumas Louis, labourer, 2} d at 80c; Dumas, N, rivet heater, 074 d. at 60c 

Dumas Wm, jr., fitter, July-June, 273 d at $1 .15 

1 hunas Wm., sr., fitter, July -April, 22o}> d at $2 

Dupre Donat, labourer, July- Aug, Jan, Mar- June, 92| d at 80c, 134 at 75c 

Durand Edmond, carter, July-June, 089 d of horses and carts at $1.50 

Durand Hereule, helper, July-June, 191| d at $1, 85} at 00c 

Emery Henri, clerk. July June. 12 m at $60 

Eorcier Joseph, caulker, Julv, 204 d at $1 . 30 

Gaboury Hector, carpenter, July-June, 2074 d at $1 .40, 80} at $1.25 

Gagne Achille, carpenter, 24 d at 80c; Ga,:ne P, jr, carpenter, 954 d at $1.40 

Gagne Arthur, carpenter, July-Oct, Jan- June, 200 d at $1.40, 4l| at $1 .25 

Gagne Jos, labourer, 6 d at 80c; Gagne P, sr, carpenter, Mar- June, 60 d at $1.40 

Gagnon John, carter, Mar June, 7k d at $2 

( railloux Chas, boilermaker, July-Oct, Jan-Apl, June, 137 d at $1.25, 334 at $1.12.1, 

Gaucher Oscar, labourer, Jan-Apl, 36 d at $1 .10, 41 at $1 

Gauthier Albeit, rivet heater, July Sept, 73 d at 00c 

Gauthier Alfred, carpenter, July-Oct, Dec Jan, June, 13 d at $1.60, 107 at $1 40, 30 at $1.25 

Gauthier Arthur, boilermaker, July-Apl, 144 T : d at 81.25, 81 at $1.124 

( rauthier Arthur, carpenter, May, 26^ d at $1 40 

( rauthier Edouard, steamfitter, July June, 315', d at $1 . 50 

Gauthier Edouard, labourer, Sept-Oct, 26 d at 80c 

Oauthier Hereule, carpenter, July-Oct, Jan-June, 524 d at $1.40, 151| at $1.25, 444 at $1.12$ 

Gauthier Jos, pattern maker, July-June, 26b 1 , d at $1.40 ~ 

Gauthier Philippe, helper : July-May, 209.', d at $1 ; June, 26| d at $1.50 

Gauthier Pierre, carpenter, July-Oct, Jan-June, 104 d at $1 .40, 42^ at $1.25. . . 

< rauthier Thos, rivet heater, Oct, 23. ! , d at 60c 

Gauthier Zeph, carpenter, Julv June, 204? d at $1.40, 82} at $1 .25 

Gelinas I C, fitter, July-Oct, 81 d at $1 .25 

Gendron Alex, foreman, July- June, 27 d at $2, 275 at $1.75 

Gendron Arthur : July-Jan, labourer, 08} d at 80c, 43 at 75c ; carpenter, May- June, 284 d 

at si. 10 

Gendron Chas, carpenter, Jan-Apl, 15 d at $1 .40, 30 at $1 .25 

( rendron Francois, boilermaker, July-Nov, 98 d at *1 50, 14 at $1.35 

Gendron Leon* labourer, 174 d at 80c ; Gill, G, carpenter. May June, 36} d at si. 40 

< rendron Louis, carpenter, .Inly June. 1754, d at S| .4<>. 77.1 d at $1.25 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
25,181 60 



170 00 
339 02 

255 45 

112 60 
45 02 

10!) 7i> 

388 01 

173 80 

302 54 

2:- 17 

54 74 

110 05 

187 92 

106 :.fi 

30 22 

141 01 

83 20 
406 36 
375 90 
225 16 
333 35 

48 75 
297 75 

305 21 
26 85 
65 90 

193 45 
21 70 

323 08 
86 55 

365 12 
163 31 
103 50 

60 30 
313 01 
451 00 

84 32 
1,483 45 

268 47 
720 00 

26 65 
402 05 
135 35 
331 87 
101 40 

15 00 
208 93 

so 00 

43 80 
208 10 
272 05 

37 10 
47- 59 

20 80 
313 22 

366 10 
30!) 62 
325 0:? 

14 10 

101 25 
535 23 

142 20 
58 4!) 

140 01 

r,i 75 

342 22 

40,116 65 



V-22 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 



St. Lawrence snip Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward , 

Shoos at Sore?— Continued. 



Gervais Michael, helper, Sept-May, 186} d at $1 

Girard Joseph, boilermaker, July- A pi, 129£ d at $1.75, 87 at $1. GO 

Gobeil A A, clerk, July-Jan, 164 d at $1.25 

God in Joseph, labourer, July, Jan-Mar, 26f d at 80c, 21 at 75c 

Godin Learn ire, boilermaker, July-Oct, Dec -Feb, 146J d at $1 25, 65^ at $1.12^ 

Godin Rene, carpenter, Mar- Apl 33^ d at $1.25 

Gouin Arthur, labourer, 1^ d at $1 ; Gouin Pierre, helper, July-Oct, G4f d at $1. . . 
Goulet A, labourer, 10i d at 80c; Goulet, R, rivet heater, July- A pi, 212| d at 60c, 

Grenier, Joseph, carpenter, Dec- June, 934; d at §1.40, 04 at $1.25 

Grenier, Omer, carpenter, July-Oct, Apl- June, 175f d af$l 25 



Giimard Alcide, July- June : painter, 25} d at $1.35, G0A at $1.20 ; labourer, 110h d at 80c, 

79 at 75c . 

Grondines Chas, caulker, July- June, 204V d at $1 . 30, 80$ at $1 . 15 

Grondines Trefiie, helper. July- Apl, 140} d at $1, 90 at 90c 

Groleau Glod, labourer, July -Jan, Mar- June, 199-i- d at 80c, 50} at 75c 

uertin Chas, July- June : watchman, 13 d at $1.25 ; helper, 192 d at $1, 89i at 90c 

uertin Oct, July- June : helper, 110^ d at $1 : labourer, 18£ d at $1, 06 at 80c, 63 at 75c . . . 

uertin Zotique : helper, July-Oct, 99^ d at $1 ; labourer, Mar- Apl, 30 d at 80c 

Guevremont Jean Bte, painter, April, 23J; d at SI. 20 

Guevremont Jos, Aug-Oct, Feby, Api-June : helper, 42} d at $1.30, 48^ at .$1 ; labourer, 33 d 

at 80c, 10} at 75c 

Guilbault Alfred, labourer, Jany-May, 61\ d at 80c, 35 at 75c 

Guilbault Fmile, fttter : July-May, 279^ d at $1.75 ; June, 26 d at $2 

Guilbault Jos, jr, helper, July-Oct, Jany-Apl, 123^ d at $1, 25 at 90c 

Guilbault Jos, sr, boilermaker : July- Aug, 31 d at $1.25 ; Nov, 22? ; d at $1.12^ 

Hamei Eph, caulker, July- June, 191| d at $1.30, 87 at $1.15 ." 

Harpin Nap, carpenter, Mar-June, 00} d at $1.40 

Harpin Philippe, boilermaker, July-June, 202| d at $1.25, 86 at $1. 12V 

Hayden John, helper, July-Oct, 92} d at $1 . 

Henault Victor, labourer, May- June, 10^ d at 80c 

Hervieux Honore, he' per, Sept-Mar, May, 104} d at $1, 07f at 90c 

Hogue Donat, fitter, Aug-June, 258A d at $1.25 

Huard Robert, carpenter, July-Oct, Jany-June, 207| d at $1.40, 44 at $1.25 

Hurteau Adel, Aug-Oct, Apl-M?.y : coaling, l. 1 , d at $1 ; labourer, 77 d at 8Cc 

Hurteau Leon, boilermaker, July-Mar, 121| d. at $1.25, 90| at $1.12§ 

Jalois Fdmond, labourer, Mar-June, 74^ d at 80c 

Jeanmarie Adel, caulker, July- June, 176i d at $1.30, 80-i at $1.15 

July Alex, painter, 52A d at $1.20 ; labourer, 25 d at 80c, 14} at 75c . . 

Joly Cyrille. labourer, May-June, 29 d at 80c 

Joly Edouard, helper, June, 23} d at $1 

Jol\' Francois, (Surel) : coaling, 1 d at $1 ; labourer, 87 d at 80c, 27 at 75c : painter, Apl, 11} 

"d at $1.20 - • • ■ 

Joly Francois, (St Joseph )Jaborer, July-Jany, Mar-June, 176.7 d at 80c, 44c at 75 

Joly Hector, helper, July- June, 298} d at $1.35 ... 

Joly Hercule, labourer, 12 d at 80c ; Joly Horm, labourer, 22i d at 80c 

Joly Jean Bte, labourer, Jany-Apl, 37 i d at 80c, 2(>h at 75c 

Joly Narcisse, July-June : helper. 59} d at $1.10, 194 at $1 ; borer, 24 d. at $1 

Joly Oct, labourer, 22| d at 80c ; Joly Onesime, labourer, 72} d at 80c, 10h at 75c 

Joly Onesime, blacksmith. July- June, 274j| d at $2 

Joly Patrice, Mar- A pi, June : helper, 9 d at $1 ; labourer, 45f d at 80c. . . 

Joly Prosper, carpenter, Mar-June, 98f d at $1.25. . . 

Joubert Adolphe, labourer, Jan-Mar, 23;'/ d at 80c, 36} at 75c 

Joubert Alex, labourer, Feby-Mar, 8 d at 80c, 1H at 75c 

Joubert Amedee, labourer, June, 13| d at 80c 

Joubert Joseph, Jany-Apl : painter, 19} d at $1.20 ; labourer, 19 d at 80c, 34f at 75c 

Joubert Xavier, painter, Apl, 12 d at $1.20 ; labourer, Jany-Feby, 21| d at 75c 

Julien Treffle, carpenter, July-Oct, May-June, 145 d at $1.40 

Kane Edinond, rivet heater. July-Oct, 88f d at 60c 

Kane John : carter, Mar, 2 d at $3 ; helper, July-Oct, 95f d at $1 

Kane Wm boilermaker, July- Apl, 125} d at $1.25, $7:{ at $1.12A 

Labonte Laz, labourer, 2 d at 80c ; Labossiere A, labourer, 165} d at 80c, 74f d at 75c 

Labossiere Chas, carpenter, July- June, 203*> d at $1.50, 91.\ at $1.35 

Lacombe Alfred, fitter : Mar, 12i d at $2 : Fel »y, 9£ d at $1.75 

Ladebauche Ars, labourer, July-Nov, 102| d a.t 80c 

Ladebauche Arsene sr, fitter, Aug-Mar, 1481 d at $1.50 

Ladebauche Arthur, pumper, July-Sept, 61i d at $1.50 

Ladeboucbe Ben. foreman : Mar, 23 d at $1.50 ; Jany-Feby, S9h d at $1.35 

Ladebauche Emile, fitter, Dec-Mar, 69} d at $2 

Ladebauche L, carpenter, Mar- June, 23.J d at $1.10, 55 at 90c 

Lailamme Joseph, blacksmith, July-Sept, 63 d at $1.25 



$ cts. 
40,116 65 



186 25 

366 25 

205 00 

39 40 

250 47 

41 87 

66 25 

130 05 

210 54 

219 66 

254 32 

358 12 
230 25 
197 28 

288 79 

228 80 

123 75 

28 50 

137 51 
72 25 

541 09 

146 00 

64 00 

349 31 
126 35 

350 17 

92 25 
8 40 

165 22 
323 10 
345 84 

113 10 
253 98 

59 60 
328 91 

93 68 
23 20 
23 25 

104 35 

174 20 

402 00 

27 60 

49 87 

283 17 

83 87 

549 50 

45 60 
123 41 

46 18 
15 02 
11 00 
(54 35 
30 52 

203 00 

53 25 

101 75 

255 26 
180 85 
428 75 

41 62 
82 20 
223 12 
92 25 
87 82 

138 50 
75 35 
78 74 



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st. Lawrence ship Channel Con 

Brought forward 



Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Lafontaine Samuel, labourer, Jany-Apl, 30A d at 80c, 33i at 75c 

Laforest Joseph, caulker, July-June, 200fd at $1.30, 82f at $1.15 

Laforest Louis, painter, Apl, 13 d at $1.50, 2 at $1.20 

Lafarge Aug, July-May : rivet heater, 60^ d at 60c ; labourer, 81| d at 80c, 83^ d at 75c 

Laforge Joseph, carpenter, Dec-June, 01 j d at $1.25, 35 at $1.20, 644 at $1.10 

Lafreniere, Alfred, June-Apl : painter, lHh d at §1.20 ; labourer, 132^ ci at 80c, 64£ at 75c. . . . 

Lafreniere B, boilennaker, July-June, 211* d at $1.25, 91 at $1.12$ . . 

Lafreniere E, Aug-June ; painter, 33j d at $1.20 ; labourer, 135£ d at 80c, 77h at 75 

Lafreniere Oct, painter, July-June, 25j d at $1.35, 186| at $1.20, i)l 1 at $1.10. 

Lalonde Alfred, storekeeper : dan dune, 6 in at $75 ; back wages, $33.87 

Lamontagne Joseph, labourer, Mar, 1H d at 80c 

Lamontagne Narcisse, labourer, Jan, Mar, 20\ d at 80c, 13.1 at 75c 

Lamothe Win, helper, J uly-June, 286| d at $1 

Lamoureux Nap : blacksmith, July-June, 204i d at $1.50, 7 at $1.25 ; helper, 30 d at $1 

Lamoureux Omer, boilennaker, July-Apl, 147 d at $1 . 25, 00 at $1 . 12A 

Lanciault Francois, carpenter, May- June, 45.\ d at -Si .40 

Lanctot Pierre, helper, July-Mar, 114f d at $1, 0U at 90c. 

Landiere Geo, carpenter, June, 11 d at $1.25... 

Lange Felix, July-June: borer, 13 d at $1 -. AfT, 178£ at $1.20, 78£ at $1.10 ; caulker, 13dat$1.20 

Lange Francois, labourer, May- June, 22h d at 80c . 

Lange Joseph, watchman, July-June, 307 d at $1 .25 

Lange Joseph jr, labourer, May June, 28| d at 80c 

Lang Philip, coaling, | d at 75c, labourer, 2 d at 80c ; Langlade T, labourer, 11 d. at 80c 

Langlade Arthur, fitter, July-June, 302^ d at $2 

Langlade Joseph, carpenter, July Oct, Jan- dune, 204 d at $1.40, 40 at $1.25 

Langlade Maxime, caulker, July- June, 103-j: d at $1.30, 87^ at $1.15 

Langlade Nap, helper, July- Oct, 96 d at $1. 

Laprade J, labourer, 2 d at 80c ; Laperle E, carpenter, 17g d at $1.20 

Laprade Pierre, A pi- June : carter, 11 d at $2 ; labourer, 3l| d at 80c 

Laperle Philip : rivet-heater, July- May, 174 d at (30c, 00 at 55c : labourer, 25 d at 80c. . . . 

Lariviere Pierre, carpenter, Jan- dune, 103 d at $1.40, 44 at $1 .25 

Larossee Pierre, carpenter, May- June, 40f d at $1 

Lavallee Adelard, fitter, July June, 247^ d at $1 . 50 

Laval lee Alphonse, painter, July, 20 d at $1 . 20 

Lavallee Arthur, labourer. Jan- Feb, 18f d nt 75c 

Lavallee Chas, fireman : July- May, 334| d at si. 20 ; June, 30] d at $1.25 

Lavallee Euclide, boilennaker, July- Apl, 1254; d at $1 .25, 73 at $1 . 12^,.. 

Lavallee Henri : helper, July-Oct,' 92| d at 81 ; labourer, Mar, 12^ d at 80c 

Lavallee Jean Bte, carpenter, July- June, 18H d at $1.40, 83^ at $1.25 

Lavallee John : painter, lOh d at $1.20 ; labourer, 9A d at 75c | 

Lavallee Joseph : helper, July-Apl, 143^ d at $1, 78^ at 90c ; labourer 7 A d at 80c 

Lavallee Louis, fitter, Mar, 18f d at $1.25 \ I 

Lavallee Maxime, pumper, July- June, 3(58 d at $1 . I 

Lavallee Nap, boilennaker. July-June, ISTf d at $1.25, X5A at $1 .12^ | 

Lavallee Olivier, jr : painter, oh d at $1.20 ; labourer, .".' d 80c, 40| at 75c 

Lavallee Olivier, sr, carpenter, July-J/une, 196| d at $1.40, 90 at $1.25. . . . , | 

Lavallee Theo, carpenter, Feb June, 98^ d at $1 .40, 1U at ?1.25 

Lavallee Wilfred, July-June : labourer, 32 d at $1, 15{ at 80c ; rivet-heater, 1-17^ d at 00c, 

78 a t 55c J 

Leclaire Alph, labourer, 6 d at 80c ; Leclaire I, carpenter, 13 d at $1 .25 

Leclaire W, labourer, 1G d at 80c ; Leclerc Pierre, lab,: d at 80c 

Lefebvre Win, boilennaker, July- June, 105] d at $ 1 25, - ! at' 81 . I2i. . . 

Legace Denis, bolt-cutter, July- June, 277:] d nt $1 .25, 21 d at si .20. .' 

Legendre Ludger, labourer, Aug, 12 d at 80c 

Leith John, helper, July-May, 154f d at 81, 88 at 90c 

Leith Joseph, boilennaker, July-June, 152A d at $1 50, 86£ at $1.35, 51 at $1 .25 

Leith Wm, boilennaker, July-Oct, 94 d at $1 . 50 

Letendre Adel, July-Apl : painter, 22| d at $1.20 ; labourer, 00j at 80c, 50.', at 75c 

Letendre Albert, helper and labourer, Aug-Apl, 93ij d at $1, 1-F, at 00c, 12 at 80c, 30£ at 75c. 

Letendre John, Jan dune : painter, 809 d at $1 .20 ; labourer, 24.',- d at 75c f. - . . 

Letendre Odilon, labourer, July- Jan, Mar- Apl, 128| d at 80c, 55 at 75c 

Letendre Paul, helper, July-June, 176| d at $1, 89£ at 90c 

Letendre Pierre, labourer, Aid- June, 1 fj <1 at $1 . 27 nt si 20. 25? at 80c 

Lizotte, Godfroi, caulker, July-Sept, Dec-June, 10N.\ d at "1 .30, Oil', at $1.15 1 

Lussier Donat : messenger, Feb- June, 127.', d at 80c"; oakum, July-Jan, 174.', d at 60c j 

Lussier Edouard, caulker, July- June, 77.\ d at 81 .50, 110.' at $1.30, 92^ at $1 15 

Lussier Eusebe, carpenter, Feb- June, 106 d at $1.40, 19 at $1.25 . 

Lussier Gonz., caulker, Oct- June, 106 d at $1.75, 443, at 81.00, 23| at $1.50, 48{ at $1.35. . . . 
Lussier Henri: helper, July-Jany, 95f d at $1, 53 at 90c. ; labourer, Feby-Apl, 21i d at 

80c, Sh at 75c ' 



Carried forward. 



166 82 
64,893 24 



V-24 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA. A. 1901 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



$ eta. 



Brought forward 

Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Lussier Joseph, oakum, Jany- June, 134 d at 60c 

Lussier Levis, Jany-Mar, labourer, 19 d at 80c, 20f at 75c 

Lussier Nap, helper, Jul v- June, 203^- d at $1, 844 at 90c 

Lussier Odilon, ca\ilker, July -June, 193f d at $1. 30, 87£ at $1 . 15 

Lussier Vertume : helper, Jany-Mar, 35 d at $1 ; labourer, 6 d at 75c ... 

Major Louis, labourer, Jany -May, 58^ d at 80c, 344 at 75c 

Manceau Olivier, carpenter, A pi- June, 56§ d at SI . 40 

Mandeville Mis C, July- June : washing, 48 d at 75c ; sewing, 804 at 60c 

Manderville Damase, painter, July, 3^ d at ..$1 .20 

Manderville J' nas : coaling, § d at §1 ; labourer, 27 d at 80c, 9^ at 75c 

Manderville Pierre, July- June : caulker, 13d at $1.20 ; borer,~37i d at $1.20, 153| at $1.10, 

89^ at $1 

Marcotte Albert : foreman, Jany-Feby, 40 d at $1 .35 ; Mar, 20 d at $1 .50 

Marcotte, Arthur, labourer, July-Jany, Mar-Apl, 1134 d at 80c, 454 at 75c 

Marcotte Edmond, labourer, July-May, 153$ d at $1 . 10, 874 at $1 . . 

Martel Edouard jr, helper, July-Apl, June, 160£ d at $1, 93 at 90c 

Martel Edouard sr, bricklayer, July-Aug, A pi-May, 32 d at $2 

Martin Damase, boilermaker, July-Apl, 138£ d at $1 .50, 87 at $1.35 

Martineau Emmanuel, helper, July-June, 250f d at $1 

Martineau Jos, fitter, Mar-June, 93| d at $1 . 50 

Martineau Zeph, labourer, Feh-Mar, 35^p d at 80c, 124 at 75c 

Mathieu Donat, labourer, July-Jany, 150f d at 80c 

Mathieu Henri, helper, Sept, 11 d at $L 

Mathieu John, winch, Dec-Mar, 594 d at $1 . 25 

Mathieu Joseph, boilermaker, July-Apl, 124f d at $1 . 25, 81 at $1 . 12£ 

Mathieu Thorn, fitter, March, 23 d at $1.25 

Matte Damase, fitter, July-June, 201J d at $1 .75 

Matte John, boilermaker, Jan-Mar, 94 d at $1.50, 41 at $1 .35 

Matte Maxime, carpenter : Dec-Jany,"29 d at $1.25 ; Apl-June, 594 d at $1.40 

Matte Octave, labourer, Jany-Apl, 34 d at 80c, 40 at 75c \ 

Matte Omer, helper and labourer, July-June, 156 d at $1, 874 at 90c 

Matte Raphael, labourer, Jany-Mar, 35 d ac $1, 234 r at $1 . 10" 

Matte Victor, labourer, July- Jan, 95? d at 80c, 48 at 75c 

Matton Joseph, carpenter, July-Oci, Jany-June, 203J d at $1 . 40, 36f at $1 . 25 

Merry Ernest, labourer, July, 9 d at 80c 

Millette Chas, Oct-Apl : helper, 21 d at $1 ; labourer, 524 d. at $1, 22 at 80c, 24| at 75c 

Millette Magloire, July-June: watchman, 33 d at $1.25 ; labourer, 27 d at $1, 147 at 80c, 

45^ at 75c ; carter, 19 d at $2 

Millette Pierre jr.: coaling, 1 d at $1.50, g at 75c ; labourer, 34 d. at 80c 

Moisan Arthur, pattern-keeper, July-June, 2734 d at $1.50 

Monargue Alph, painter, Mar-Apl, 26| d at $1 .20 

Mongeon Donat, July-June, rivet heater, 39^ d at 80c, 164^ at 60c, 904 at 55c 

Mongeon Louis, night foreman, Jany-June, 184 d at $1.25 

Mongrain Eph, labourer, May, 15 d at $1 

Moreau, Gideon, labourer, June, I85 d at 80c 

Moreau Nazaire, carpenter, July-Oct, Jany-June, 205 d at $1.40, 444 at $1.25 

McKenzie Henry, carpenter, Oct, Jany-June, 93 d at $1.50, 42| at $1.35 

Neault Chas, carpenter, July-June, 198| d at $1 . 50, 92^ at $1 . 35 

Normandeau Jos, labourer, 2| d at 80c ; Page A, painter, lOf d at $1 20. 

Page Del phis, carpenter, July-June, 205i d at $1 . 40, 87f at $1 . 25 

Page Jean Bte, foreman, Apl, 23^ d at $2.50 

Papineau Olivier, boilermaker, July-Oct, 962 d at $1 .25 

Parent Amedee, July-Oct, Mar-June: helper, 134 d at 40c ; rivet heater, 914 d at 60c. 78 

at 40c 

Paul Mrs Calixte, July-June : washing, 48 d at 75c ; sewing, 81 d at 60c 

Paul Edouard, labourer, Feby, May, 3 d at 80c, 104 at 75c 

Paul Felix, carpenter, Julv-Oct, Jany-June, 2034 d at $1 . 40, 43£ at $1 . 25 

Paul Gregoire, labourer, May-June, 35^ d at 80c 

Paul Pierre, labourer, Jany-Apl, 29 d at 80c, 34£ at 75c 

Paul Stephen, caapenter, Jany-Apl, 264 d at $1 .40, 21f at $1.25 

Paul Theophile, labourer, July-Apl, 106| d at 80c, 674 at 75c 

Paulet Adelard, July-Apl, June : carpenter, 23 d at $1.40: helper, 149£ d at $1, 93 at 90c. . . 

Paulet Arsene, pattern maker, July June, 242f d at $1.75, 53 at $1.50 

Paulet Francois, labourer, 2 d at 80c ; Paulet, L, labourer, 77$ d at 80c 

Paulet Xavier, sr, carpenter, Jany-June, 96 d at $1.40, 37 at $1.25 

Paulhus Adelard, carpenter, July-Oct, Jany-May, 1784 d at $1.40, 44 at $1.25 

Patenaude H, rivet heater, July-Oct, 614; d at 60c 

Peloquin Achille, labourer, May- June, 33 d at $1. 124; at 80c 

Peloquin Adel, Aug- June : coaling, 1 d at $1 ; labourer, 1794 d at 80c, 69 at 75c 

Peloquin Albert, labourer, Feby, lOf d at 75c 



64,893 24 


80 40 


30 76 


279 30 


352 19 


39 50 


72 67 


79 45. 


84 29 


4 20 


29 47 


318 97 


81 00 


124 91 


256 61 


243 95 


64 00 


325 18 


250 75 


140 62 


37 97 


120 60 


11 00 


74 37 


247 05 


28 75 


457 12 


09 59 


119 54 


57 19 


234 75 


00 85 


112 60 


330 83 


7 20 


109 66 


257 78 


29 26 



410 25 

32 10 

180 21 

230 00 

15 00 

14 60 
342 62 
197 21 
422 61 

15 10 
397 03 

58 74 
120 94 

91 50 

84 59 

10 27 

339 26 

28 40 

49 26 

64 28 

135 62 

265 15 

504 31 

63 40 

180 64 

504 89 

36 75 

42 80 

196 35 

8 06 



Carried forward i 74,962 51 



PUBLIC WOh'Ks DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 25 



St* Lawrence ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward 



Shops at Sore/ — Continued. 

Peloquin Calixte : helper, 6 d at 90c ; labourer. 324 d at <sOc, 44j at 75c 

Peloquin Cariste, July-June, helper, 2091 d at $1, 844, at 90c 

Peloquin Cariste jr, labourer, June, 174, d at 8(»c 

Peloquin Chas, July-Oct, Jany- June : carpenter, 180 d at $1.40, 434 at $1.25; labourer, June, 

18 d at 80c 

Peloquin Delphis, labourer, Hi d at 80c; Peloquin Frs. jr, coaling, 14 d at $1 ; labourer, 344; 

d at 80c ." ." 

Peloquin Eloi : coaling, 5 d at $1 ; labourer, 393 d at 80c," 12 at 75c 

Peloquin Felix, labourer, Jany, Mar-Apl, 56# d at 80c, 134 at 75c 

Peloquin Frs. sr, carpenter, July-June, 1084, d at §1.75, 54£ at $1.60, 104 at $1.50, 25f at $1.35. 

Peloquin Frs, (tils Xavier) labourer, June, 85 d at 80c 

Peloquin Jean Bte, labourer, July, Sept-Jany, Mar-June, 140 d at 80c, 454, at 75c 

Peloquin Jos, labourer, 9 d at 80c ; Peloquin Michael, labourer, o| d at 80c 

Peloquin Maxime, carpenter, July-Oct, Jany-Apl, 113^ d at $1.40, 43.^ at $1.25 , 

Peloquin Narcis.se, labourer, July-Dec, 1524. d at 80c 

Peloquin Oscar, fitter, July-June, 2994 d at 81 

Peloquin Pierre, carpenter, Julv- June, lOlJ d at $1.75, 444 at $1.60, 1004 at $1.50, 454 at 

$1.35 " " : 

Peloquin Pierre, July- June : helper, 3 d. at $1.40, 2 at 81.30, 134 at $1 ; labourer, loli at 80c, 
004 at 75c 

Peloquin Pierre jr : carpeuter, 91 d at $1 : coaling, 14 d at $1 

Peloquin Pierre F, carpenter, July June, 103^ d at $1.75, 44 at $1.60, 102 at $1.50, 47i at 
si. 35.. 

Peloquin Pierre (chasseur) carpenter, June, 174 d at $1.20 

Peloquin Wilfred, labourer, Feby-May, 00 ; j d. at 80c, 104 at 75c 

Perron Louis A, carpenter, July-Oct, Jany -June, 1824. d"at $1.25, 39 at $1.124 

Perron P, carpenter, 20 d at $1 ; Perron, A, labourer, 4 d at 80c 

Perron V, carpenter, July-Oct, Dec- June. 198 d at $1.40, 06 at $1.25 

Petit Louis, fitter, 21 d at ftl.25 ; Plante Theo, carpenter, 35| d at $1.25 

Plante F. X, carpenter, Mar- June, 514 d at $1. 324 at 80c 

Plante Victor, Dec-June, carpenter, 108 d at $1.75, 43| at $1.60, 24 at $1.35 

Pollette Pierre, carpenter, Dec- June, 90| d at $1.40, 64^ at $1.15 

Polbriand Jos, labourer, 14 d at 80c ; Potbriand L, carpenter, 38 d at $1.25. 

Potvin J. Bte, labourer, 26 d at 80c ; Potvin N, labourer, 29| at 80c 

Provencher, F X, rivet heater. July-Oct, 94 d at 60c 

Provost Win, carpenter, July-June, 151 d at $1.75, 99£ d at $1.50, 47 at $1.35 

Rajotte Pierre, painter, July- June, 210£ d at $1.50, 92} at $1.35 

Kajotte Pierre Ph, carpenter, Jany-June, 1034 d at $1.25, 44 at $1.124 

Ravmond Adel, fitter, Jul v- June, 72^ d at $2, 2374 at $1.75 

Raymond Joseph, carpenter, July-June, 205f d at $1.40, 894. at $1.25 

Raymond Louis, boilermaker, July- June, 2064 d at $1.25. 92 at $1,124. 



L25. 



Raymond, Onesime, Jany-May : fitter, 19^ d at $1.25 ; winch, 82^ d at 

Roberge Adolphe, rivet heater, July-Oct, 97.^ d at 60c 

Robidoux Cyrille, carter, Mar, June, 21] d at $2 

Robitaille H, labourer, Mar-Apl, 5 d at si, 34} at 80c 

Robitaille A, carpenter, 174. d at $1.10 ; Robillard Jos, labourer, 1 d at 80c 

Rondeau, Geo, helper, July-Sept, 504 d at $1 

Rouleau Arthur, July-June : helper, 10 d at $1 ; labourer, 152J d at 80c, 93 at 75c. . . . 

Rousseau Edouard, caulker, July-June, 192] d at $1.30, 824 at Si. 15 

Rousseau L, July-Apl: boilermaker, 152^ d at $1.15 : labourer, 32| d at 80c, 214 at 75c. . 

Savigny Honore, fitter, Aug-June, 257^ d at $1 .25 

Souliere Alph, carpenter, Jany-June, 103 d at $1.25, 114 at $1.124 

Steadworthy Henry, helper, July J une, 205.} d at $1 

Steadwoithy, Wm.', foreman : July-Oct, 112| d at $3 ; Nov-June, 8 m. at $90 

St. Arnault Jos, labourer, 124. d at 80c ; St Martin. N, labourer, 664; d at 80c 

St Arnault Louis, caulker, July-June, 189 d at 81 . 30. 85| at $1.15 

St Oeorge Albert, labourer, Jany Mar, 234 d at 80c, 14 at 75c 

St Martin Arthur, April-May, labourer, 25 d at $1 

St Martin Alph, Feby-June : carpenter, 99 d at $1.25, 14 at $1,124 ; coaling, 14 d at $1. 

St Martin Sperion, boilermaker, July June, 215| d at $1.50, 92 at $1 .35 

St Michael, D, labourer, July- June, 85f d at 80c 

St Michael, Joseph, helper, July-June, 288 d at si 

St Pierre Joseph, labourer, Jany-Apl, 344 d at S0e, 394 at 75c 

Tancrede Joseph, labourer, May- June, 40 d at 80c 

Tessier Pierre, helper, July-June, 2964 d at $1 

Thibadeau Rene, helper, Dee June. 164 d at OOe 

Trempe Arthur : painter, 11 d at $1.20 ; labourer, 49| d at 80c, 14 at 75c 

Trempe Joseph : painter, 32.1 d a* sl * 20 ! labourer, 42 d at 80c, 13 at 75c 

Trempe Oiner, Aug-Oct : coaling, 1.', d at $1 ; labourer, 00.1 d at 80c 

Turcotte, Louis, caulker, July-June, 202*, d at $1 .30, 88f at $1.15 

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<>4 59 

285 <so 

14 00 

320 77 

38 10 

41 55 

;,:> 52 

408 22 

7 00 

150 92 

11 40 

213 58 

122 00 

299 50 

400 55 

180 07 
92 50 

468 74 
21 00 
50 47 

271 67 
20 40 

359 08 
70 93 
77 50 

291 38 

200 93 
58 70 
44 60 

56 40 
477 29 
439 89 
17S 85 
561 10 
399 91 
361 60 
127 47 

58 65 

42 50 
32 40 
20 (15 
50 50 

201 54 
344 78 
233 24 

321 53 
177 66 
265 25 

1,056 75 
63 00 

343 70 
20 MO 
25 00 

126 !>: ; 

447 80 
(is 60 

288 00 

57 22 
32 00 

290 50 
OS 40 

<;:; 50 
82 05 
54 70 

365 28 



87,586 52 



V--26 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Vadebonc.eur Frs, carpenter, July Oct, Dec- June, 205| d at $1 . 40, 64^ at si . 25 . 

Vadeboncoeur. Omer, labourer, June, 18 d at 80c 

Vandal Calixte, carpenter, Jany- June, 75+_ d at $1.50, 45£ at $1.40, 27 at $1.25. . 

Vandal Calixte jr, labourer, May-Jun«, 2(3 d at 80c 

Vandal Elie, labourer, Peby- Apl, 10^ d at 80c, lOf at 75c 

Vandal Joseph, labourer, Oct, Mar-Apl, June, 81^ d at 80c 

Vandal Louis, helper, July-June, 270^ d at $1 

Vandal Nap, labourer, 5£ d at 80c ; Vigneau, J, carpenter, 63 d at $1 

Vandal Pierre, labourer, July- Apl, 157| d at 80c, 80+ at 75c 

Veuillet Nap, rivet heater, July- Apl, 17+ d at 80c, 141| at 00c, 88 at 55c 

Wilkie Robert, boilermaker, July-Oct, 90 d at $1. 25 

Wiseman Alfred, carpenter, July-Oct, Jany-June, 180+ d at $1.40, 34| at $1 .25. 



($5,092.89). 

May- June, 2 in at $70. 



Dredge "Laurie?' 
Day Crew, ($4346.83)— _ 

Beaulac Firmin, engineer : Mch-Apl, 1 ' 103 m at $60 

Bergeron B, sailor, July, ■ 742 m at $20 

Boisvert Zeph, sailor, Apl- June, 2 '233 m at $20, 1 d at 80c 

Brooks, Miss, cook, July-Sept, 3 m at $12 

Cai.sse L, sailor, '742 in at $20 ; Dauphinais, J Bte, carpenter, 27 d at $1.40 

Chapdelaine Jos, fireman : July-Dec, 5 m at $25, 10+ d at $1 ; back wages, $14.33 . . . 

Chevalier Pierre, sailor : Sept-Nov, 3 m at $20 ; back wages, $13 

Gaucher Oscar, mate, Apl- May, ' 95 m. at §oo 

Gendron Chas, mate, Julv-Nov, 5 in. at $45 

Godin Jos, fireman, July-Nov, Apl-June : 7 104 m at $25, 30+ d at $1 ; back wages, $9.80 

Guevremont, Jean Bte., sailor : July-Nov, 4 '258 m at $20 ; back wages $8.53 . 

Guevremont, M, cook, Apl-June : 1 ' (367 m at $8, 1 d at 60c 

Guevremont O, cook, Apl-June : '433 m at $16, 1'233 at $12, 1 d at 30c 

Hamelin Alfred, sailor, Apl- June, 1' 766 m at $20 ' 

Harpin Jean Bte., watchman, July-Nov, Apl-May : 5 '782 m at $20, 5 d. at 80c ; back 

wages, $14.33 

Hetu Miss L, cook, June, '567 in at $16 

Ladebauche Emile, engineer, July- Dec, 5 '742 m at $70 

Lafontaine Samuel, sailor, July-Nov, Apl-June: 7 '234 m at $20, 7 d at 80c; -back 

wages, $14 .33 

Lavallee Alph, fireman, Mar-Apl, 14| d at $1 ' 

Lavallee Jean Bte, sailor, July, '742 m at $20 

Lavallee Louis, fireman, July-Dec, Mar May : 5 '717 m at $25, 46 d at $1 ; back wages, 

$14.33 

Lavallee Louis jr, sailor, Sept-Oct, Dec, 2 m at $20, 23 d at 80c 

Lavallee Olivier jr, sailor, July- Aug, Nov, 2 '258 m at $20 ; back wages, $8.53 

Lemay, J P E, sailor, July-Aug, 2 m at $20 

Letendre Adelard, fireman, May- June, 1 ' 55 m at $25 

Letendre Arthur, fireman, Apl-May, '717 m at $25, 7 d at $1 

Lussier Henri, fireman, May-June, 155 m at $25 

Marcotte Edmond, mate, May- June, 1'548 mat $35 

Marcotte R, sailor, June, ' 434 m at $20 

Marcotte Albert, captain, July-Nov, Apl-June, 8 m at $60. . ... 

Milette Chas, fireman, ■ 13 in at $25 ; Stayne, J, sailor, 1 549 m at $20 

Peloquin Delphis, sailor, Apl-June, 2 '233 m at $20, 7 d at 80c 

St Pierre Jos, sailor, July-Nov, Apl-May : 4 075 m at $20, 7 d at 80c ; back wages, $8.53 

Valois Miss C, 2nd cook, Oct-Nov, June, 2 ' 566 in at $8 

Valois Miss L, 2nd cook, July-Nov, 2 m at $12, 3 at $8 

Marcotte, Capt Albert, Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov 30, Apl 24-30, 14 hands, 5 '232 

m at $10 each ; May 1- June 30, 13 hands, 2 m. at $10 each ; board of J. B. Harpin, 

watchman, omitted last month, : \f m at $10 ; extra meals, 267 at 15c 

Marcotte, Capt. A.: loading coal, 475 tons at 12^c ; sundry outlay $1.25 

Night Crew ($740.06)— 

Blais Joseph, sailor, May- June, 1 ' 548 m at $20 

Champagne, Theo, sailor, May- June, 1 ' 58 m at $20 

De 'Blais Jos, pere, sailor, May- June, 1 ' 451 m at $20 

Deni" John, fireman, May- June, 1 ' 58 m at $25 

Gaucher Oscar, captain, May- June, 1'548 m at $45 

Grimard Pierre, sailor, May- June, 1 ' 58 m at $20 

Harpin, Jean Bte, watchman : June, 1 m at $20 ; due last month, $0.03 

Lavallee Louis, engineer, May- June, 1 ' 518 m at $40 

Leith John, fireman, May- June, 1'548 m at $25 

Letendre Arthur, fireman, May -June, 1'548 m at $25 

Marcotte O, cook, Mav-June, '548 m at $14, 1 m at $8 

Peloquin Wilfrid, May- June, 1 ' 548 m at $20 



Carried forward . 



cts. 



87,586 52 



368 66 

14 40 

210 70 

20 80 

16 46 

65 20- 

270 25 

67 20 

186 57 

147 44 

112 40 

308 30 



211 61 
14 84 
45 47 
36 00 

52 64 
158 83 

73 00 

33 27 

225 00 

226 90 
93 60 

13 04 
22 33 
35 33 

133 97 

9 07 

401 94 

164 60 

14 50 
14 84 

203 26 
58 40 

53 69 
40 00 
38 71 
24 03 
38 71 

54 10 
8 67 

480 00 

34 20 
50 27 

113 64 
20 53 
48 00 



1,037 24 

CO 62 

30 07 

31 61 
20 03 

30 52 

60 68 

31 61 
20 03 

61 94 
38 71 
38 71 
15 08 
30 07 



94,169 37 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-27 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Dredge " Laurier " — Concluded. 
Night Crew Con. 

St Pierre Jos, sailor, May-Jnne, 1 '548 m at $20 

Marcotte, Capt Albert, Sorel, boarding crew : May, 9-15 and 2 meals, 15-31 and 4 meals, 
13 hands at $10 per mouth each. 804.30; June 1-30 and 4 meals, ]>er day, 13 hands, 
L7& m at $10 per month, $173.33 

Tug "St. Jean tV Iberville'-' ($2,994.51). 
Day Crew, ($2,510.05)— 

Arcand Horm, sailor, July-Dec, Apl-June, G'912 m at $20 ; back wages, $13.86 

Beaudette Esdras, captain, July-Dec, Apl-June, 7"462 ni at $50 

Beliveau Louis, fireman, July-Dec, Mar- June : 7 '138 m at $25, 45 d at $1 ; back wages, 
$13.73 

Frenette Jos, sailor, July-Dec, Apl-June, 7'395 m at $20 ; back wages, $13.99 

Gouin Pierre, fireman, 4 d at 825 a month ; Guevremont Jos. fireman, 4 d at $25 a month 

Lamontagne Narcisse jr, fireman, July-Dec, Mar June : 7'2mat $25, 3!) <1 at $1; back 
wages, $13. 73 

Latour Miss A, cook, July-Dec, Apl-June, 1 m at $16, 6396 at $12 

Lavallee Louis, engineer, July-Dec, Mar-June, 9 129 m at $50 

Lemay Lucien, sailor, July-Dec, Apl-June : 7'169 m at $20 ; back wages, $14.33 

Mondor Geo., sailor, July, 15 d at 820 a month ; Peloquin A, sailor, 7 d at $20 a month . . 

Beaudette, Capt. Esd, Sorel, boarding crew: July 1-Dec 4, Apl 23-June 30, 8 hands, 
7 '384 m. at 810 each per month ; extra meals to crew of tug Eureka and dredges Nos 8 
and 11, 101 at 15c ; extra meals, to tug St. Jean <f Iberville, 58 at 15c; sundry outlay, 

25c 

Night Crew, May-June ($484.46)— 

Re) isle, A, fireman, 1'387 m at $25.; Cardin, Jos., sailor, 1387 m. at $20 

1 )enis Henri, fireman, 1'387 m at $25 ; Laforest Louis, captain, 2 m at $40 

< rodin Leandre, engineer, 1'774 m at $40 ... 

Latour Miss A M, cook, 1 m at $8, 613 in at $14 

Mongrain E, sailor, 1387 m at $20.; Normandeau Jos, sailor, 1387 m at 820 

Beaudette Capt. Esd, Sorel, boarding crew : 1 hand, 1-31, 9-31, 13-31, and 5 from 20 to 
31 May, 8 hands, June 1-30, 4 meals per day, 10 '43 m at $10 



Dredge ■'Lav,,]" ($5,007.61). 
Day Crew, ($4,271.55)— 

Arbour Felix, sailor, July-Dec, Apl- Dec, Apl-June: 7 ' 198 m at $20, 23£ d at $1, 8 at 

80c ; back wages, $12.00 

Arcand Alfred, sailor, July-Dec, Apl-June: 7264 mat $20, 1 d at 80c; back wages, 
$12.66 



Bellerose J, engineer, July-Dec, Mar- June, 9 871 m at $00 

Chevalier, Antoine, fireman, July-Dec, Mar-June : 7'204 m at $25, 08 d at $1; back- 
wages, $12. 00 

DaigrriTault, Samuel, mate, July-Oct, Apl, 4'20G m at $35 

De Blois Jos, jr, fireman, 7 d at $1 ; Hamel Pierre, sailor, 2 ni at $20 

Frenette Emile, sailor, Aug-Dec: 4 004 m at $20 ; back wages, $8 

Groleau, Alfred, sailor, July-Dec, Apl-June: 7 '204 m at $20,1 d at 80c ; back wages, 
$12.66 ' 



$ cts. 

91,10!) 37 



Hetu Mrs, cook, Apl-June, 207 m at $16. 1 '2 at $12 

Joly Adolphe, sailor, 1 m at $20 ; Matte Mrs Wm, cook, July-Dec, 5 '005 m at $12 

Ladebauche B, captain, July-Dec, Apl-June, 8 129 m at $60 

Lafieur, Omer, watchman, Sept-Dec, 3 004 m at $20 ; back wages, $0 

Lafreniere Alfred, mate, Nov-Dec, Apl-Jnne, 3 103 m at $35 

Lemay Eph, sailor. July-Dec, Apl-June, 7'204 m at $20, 2 d at 80c ; back wages, $12.66. 
Lussier Vertume, tireman, July-Dec, Mar-May, 5'710 in at $25, 00.', d at 81 : back wages. 

$12.66 

Manderville Miss O, 2nd cook, July-Dec, Apl-June, 7 205 m at $8 

Marion Jean Bte, fireman, July-Dec, Apl-June: 7'204 in at S25, d at $1 : back wages, 

$12.G6 

Ferd, sailor, Apl-June, 21 mat $20, 1 d at 80c 

St Jacques Jos, watchman, Apl-May, 1 100 m at 820 

St Jacques Mrs Jos, cook, June, 007 m at $16 

St Michael D, fireman, May -June, 1 514 m at 825 

Ladebauche Cap . B, Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov 30, Apl 25-May 31,14 hands, 

013 m at $10 a month each; Dec 1-1, June 1-30, 13 hands, 1059 m at $10 a month 

each ; extra meals, 368 at 15c 

Ladebauche Capt. B, Sorel, loading coal, !27', tons at 12^,c 

Night Crew, May-June, (*730.00)— 

Chevalier, J. Bte, fireman, 1*515 m at $25 : Deblois Jos. jr, 1*548 m at $25 

Daigneault Samuel, captain, 1*548 m at 845 

Carried forward 101,880 30 



58 12 


200 27 

42 SO 
23 33 

10 07 

37 88 


1.051 11 
53 43 


70 50 
00 08 


mi <s:n -la 



V-28 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S RID PORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward . 



Dredge '"Laved " — Continued. 
Night Crew — Con. 

Derosiers, O, sailor, 1 58 m at $20 ; Gauthier A, fireman, 1*548 m at $25 

Ducharme Joseph, sailor, May- June, 1*58 m at $20 

Jessautne S, sailor, 1*58 m at $20 ; Joly A, sailor, 1*58 m at $20 

Laforge, A, sailor, 1355 m at $20 ; Laforest Miss A, cook, "55 m at $14, 1 at $8 

Langlade T, sailor, 101 m. at $20 ; Lussier V, engineer, 1*548 m at $40 ... 

Matte Omer, sailor, 1*549 m at $20 ; St Jacques, J, watchman, '933 m at $20 

Ladebauche Ben, Sorel, boarding crew: 13 hands, May 15-30, 11 hands, June 1-30, 
hand, 1-29, 1-28, 4 meals a day each, 26705 m at $10 

Tug " Cartier " ($2,853.13). 
Day Crew, ($2382.89)— 

Belaire, Frs, engineer, July-Dec, Apl-June, 8 "516 m at $50 

Bernier Lucien, captain, July-Dec, Apl-June, 6*847 m at $50 

Bergeron Jos, sailor, July-Dec, Apl-June : 7*362 m at $20 ; back wages, $13.19 

Boisvert Arthur, sailor, July-Dec : 6 * 362 m at $20, 1 d at 80c ; back wages, $15.06 . . . 
Charron Noe, fireman, July- Dec, Apl-June, 6 17 m at $25, 34 d at $1 ; back wages, $7.66 

Dionne Miss R, cook, July-Dec, 513 m at $12 

Frenette Etnile, sailor, Apl-June, 2*233 m at $20, 1 d at 80c 

Hamel Pierre, sailor, July-Dec : 5*129 m at $20 ; back wages, $15.06 

Martineau Zeph, fireman,' July-Dec - 2 m at $30, 3*129 at $25, 10 d at $1 ; back wages, 

$14.80 

Pollette Pierre, captain, May, *548 m at $50. .' 

Provencal N, sailor, June, ' 9 m at $20 

St. George Albert, fireman, Apl-June, 2*233 m at $25, 18^ d at $1 

Valois Miss M L, cook, Apl-June, 1 ni at $16, 1 *233 m at $12 

Bernier Capt Luc, Sorel, boarding ci'ew : July 1-31, 7 hands, at $10 per month each ; Aug 

1-Dec 4, Apl 24- June 30, 8 hands, 6*338 m at $10 each 

Night Crew, ($470.24)- 

Boisvert Arthur, captain, June, 1 m at $40 

Ducharme, Frs, sailor, May -June, 1*548 m at $20 

Hervieux Honore, fireman, May-,lune, *5 18 in at $30, 1 at $25 

Laroche Nap, captain, '193 m at $40 ; Matte Thos, engineer, *633 m at $40 

Manderville Frs, sailor, May-June, 1*58 m at $20 

Raymond Onesime, engineer, May- June, I '082 m at $40 

St Martin Arthur, captain, May, *355 m at $40 

St Michael D, sailor, May-June, 1*548 m at $20 

Valois Miss C, cook, May-June, '55 m at $14, 1 at $8 

Wilkie Robt, fireman, May- June, 1*16 m at $25 

Bernier, Capt Luc, Sorel, boarding crew : May 15-31, 7 hands, May 27-31, 1 hand, June 

1-30, 8 hands, 4 meals per day, in all, 16 m at $10 



101, 



cts. 
i 30 



Tug "Emclia" ($2,513.53). 
Day Crew, ($2091.73)— 

Benoit, H, sailor, Apl-June, 2i m at $20 ; Boudreau Thos, sailor, 7 d at $20 am 

Chapdelaine Jos, fireman, Apl-June, 2h m at $30, 13f d at $1 

Chevalier Nap. fireman. Dec, Apl. 24 d at $1 

Dupre Donat, sailor, Aug-Nov, May- June : 5*258 m at $20 ; back wages, $6.93 

G-odin Mrs Jos, cook, Aug-Sept, Apl-June, 1 m at $16, 3^ at $12 

Godin Remi, captain, July-Nov, Apl-June, 7*566 m at $45 

Godin Miss S, cook, Oct, 1 m at $20, Nov, 1 m at $12 

Gouin Pierre, fireman, Sept-Oct, ' 598 m at $30 : 

Hervieux Honore, fireman, Aug, 1 m at $30 

Joly Jean Bte, sailor, Apl- June, 2h m at $20 

Mathieu Henri, fireman, July-Dec : 4 402 m at $30, 17 d at $1 ; back wage*, $11 .53 

Mathieu John, engineer, July-Dec, Apl-June, 2 m at $50, 6 '451 at $45 

Matte Miss Octave, cook, July, 1 m at $12 

Paul Pierre, sailor, July-Nov : 5 m at $20 ; back wages, $12.60 

Peloquin, Delphis,' sailor, Sept-Nov, 2' 709 m at $20 ; back wages, $13. 27 

Salvail O, sailor, Oct, '29 m at $20 • • • • • • ■ ■ • • ■ • • - 

Godin Capt Remi, Sorel, boarding crew: July 1-31, 7 hands, July 1-7, 1 hand, Ang 1-Nov 
31, 7 hands, Apl 26-May 31, 6 hands, May 7-31, 1 hand, June 1-30 ; 7 hands, 7 '433 m 
at $10 each ; extra meals, 56 at 15c 

Godin Capt Remi, Sorel, loading coal, 50 tons at 12c. ; sundries, 50c - 

Night Crew ($421.80)— 

Bonin Jean Bte, fireman, May- June, 1548 m at $30 

Cartier Jos, sailor, June, 1 m at $20 

Hamel Ephrem, captain : May, $5.16 ; back wages, $9.03 

Hurteau D, sailor, May- June, 1 * 58 m at $20 



Carried forward 



70 32 
31 61 
63 22 
42 78 
65 17 
49 64 

267 05 



425 81 


342 36 


160 44 


143 11 


195 88 


61 55 


45 47 


117 64 


163 03 


27 42 


18 00 


74 33 


30 80 


577 05 


40 00 


30 97 


41 45 


33 07 


31 61 


43 27 


14 19 


30 97 


15 68 


29 03 



160 00 



54 52 
88 75 
24 00 

112 09 
58 00 

340 50 
32 00 
17 94 
30 00 
50 00 

160 59 

390 32 
12 00 

112 60 

67 46 

5 81 



528 65 
6 50 

46 45 
20 00 
14 19 

31 61 



107,527 20 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-29 



St. Lawrence siiip Channel Continued. 

Brought forward 



Tug " Emelia "Continued. 
Night Crew — Con. 

Joubert Xavier, sailor, May, '548 m at $20 

Latour Mary, cook, May -Juno, 387 in at $14, 1 at $8 

Lavallee Henri, sailor, May-June, 1 548 m at $20 

Lussier Louis, engineer, May- June, 1 '548 m at $40 

St Martin Arthur, captain, May-Jane, 1'193 m at $40 

Godin Capt R, boarding crew : May 15-June 31, 7 hands, 4 meals per day, 14451 mat 
$10 



Dredge "Lady Aberdeen " ($1863.80). 
Day Crew ($1161 .87)- 

Antaya Alfred, sailor, Apl-June, 1709 m at $20, 13 d at 80c 

Cardin Joseph, sailor, May- June, 1 "678 m at $20 

Cardin Paul, mate, Apl-May, 1' 113 m at $35 

Couture J Bte, fireman, Apl-June, 1 ' 387 m at $25, 27 d at $1 

Dauphinais Louis, captain, Apl-June, 3 m at $00 

Dumas Win, engineer, Apl-June, 1 m at $70, 1733 at $60 

Kan.' Adel, fireman, Apl-June, 1 ' 71 m at $25, 21 d at $1 

Laprade Gilbert, sailor, Apl-June, 1 '709 in at $20, 19 d at 80c 

Laprade Miss G, cook, Apl-June, 1 m at $16, '71 at $12, '71 at $8 

Laprade Miss M, 2nd cook, Apl-June, 1 m at $8, 8 d at 60c 

Paul Theo, sailor, Apl- June, 1 ' 709 m at $20, 23 d at 80c 

Peloquin Jos, Apl-June : sailor, 322 m at $20, 15 d at 80c ; mate 1'387 m at $35 

Rousseau Louis, fireman, Apl-June, 1 ' 71 m at $25, 22^ d at $1 

Vandal Pierre, sailor, Apl-June, 1 ' 709 m at $20, 15* d at 80c 

Dauphinais Louis, Sorel, boarding crew: May 10- June 30, 13 hands, 1' 709 m at $10 

each ; extra meals 127 at 15c 

Night Crew ($701.43)— 

Aussant Bruno, sailor, May -June, 1'387 m at $20 

I arron Chas, sailor. May- June, 1 '387 m at $20 

Blette Paul, fireman, May-June, 1387 m at $25 

Bonin Alfred, sailor, May-June, 1 '29 m at $20 

Cardin Paul, captain, May- June, 1 '387 m at $45 

Duchai me Edouard, fireman, May- June, 1 387 m at $25 

Labossiere Albert, sailor, May-June, 1 387 m at $20 

Lamoureux Albert, fireman, May- June, 1'387 m at $25 

Laprade Miss A, cook, May-June, ' 71 m at $14, 1 m at $8 

Latraverse Narcisse, sailor, May- June, 1'388 m at $20 

Leclaire Xavier, watchman, May- June, 1 '645 m at $20 

Paul Edouard, sailor, May-June, 1 '387 m at $20 

Petit Louis, engineer, May- June, 1 ' 709 m at $40 

Dauphinais Louis, Sorel, boarding crew : May, 10-31, 2 hands, 12-31, 1 hand, 20-31, 9 

hands, 23-31, 1 hand, June, 1-30, 13 hands, in all, 25 ' 118 m at $10 



Dredge "No. 8" ($3,876.34). 

Beaucaire James, sailor, Apl-June, '709 m at $20, '6 at $12, 21^ d at 80c 

Beaulac John, carpenter, May- June, 27 d at $1 .40 

Beaulieu Miss B, cook. May- June, '4 m at $12 

Benoit Nap, fireman, July-Dec, Mar-June : 6 '71 m at $25, 79 d at $1 ; back wages, $11.26. 

Berthiaume Jomte, watchman, July-Sept, 3 m. at $20 ; back wages, $7.26 

Bonnin Miss V, 2nd cook, 3 m. at $8 ; Comtois Mrs, 2nd cook, " 645 in at $8 



Bourdelais Eugene, sailor, July-Nov, 3 '387 m at $20 ; back wa^es, $8.00 

Champagne W, sailor. July-Nov, May-June, 6'709 m. at $20, k d at 80c ; back wages, $11.26 

Champagne, Zenon, sailor, July-Nov, Apl-June : 709 m at $2j, 19* d at 80c ; back wages, 

$11.26 . 

Comtois, John, engineer, July-Dec, Mar : (5.613 m at $60 ; back wages, $9.33 

Ethier B, 2nd cook, May-June, '987 m at $8 

Gaucher ( )scar, mate, July-Dec, 5 032 m at $30 

( rendron Frs. engineer, Apl-June, 2 '733 m at $60 

Guevremont Miss D, 2nd cook, July, 1 m. $8 ; Guevremont Mrs. J. Bte, 2nd cook. 1 m. $12 

Hamelin Alfred, sailor, July-Nov, 47 m at $20 : back wages, $10 66 

Hurteau Arthur, fireman, July-Xov, May-June : 6 '71 m at $25, 79^ d at $1 ; back wages, $14 
Lavallee John, sailor, Oct- Dec, 1 "548 m at $20, 1 d at 80c ; back wages, $3.13. 

Marcotte Arthur, sailor, Apl-. June, 1 '709 m at $20, 17| d at 80c 

Marcotte Miss M, rook, '257 m at $8 : Marcotte Miss (), conk. 575 in at $12 
Marcotte Ovide, sailor, 4 m at $20 ; Messier Miss M, cook, '322 m at $12 .. . 

Matte Raphael, captain. July-Dee, Apl-June, 8*032 m at $60 

Paulet Mrs C, 1st cook, Aug-Nov, 3 74 m at $12 



$ cts. 

107,527 20 



10 97 
13 42 
30 !>7 
til 94 
47 74 

144 51 



14 .V.) 

:;:; :.:, 

38 95 

(il 68 

180 00 

174 00 

63 74 

49 39 

30 20 

12 80 

52 59 

67 00 
65 4!) 
46 5!) 

241 30 

27 75 
27 75 
34 liS 
25 81 
62 42 
34 68 
27 75 
34 68 
17 94 
27 75 
32 90 
27 75 

68 39 

251 18 



38 79 

37 so 

4 80 

258 00 
67 26 
29 10 
75 80 

145 s:> 

161 05 
406 11 
7 90 
150 97 
104 00 
20 00 

104 <;o 

261 21 

34 90 

48 39 

s 96 

11 87 

481 94 

It 90 



Carried forward.. I 112,264 40 



V-30 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Dredge " No. 8 "—Concluded. 

Peloquin Max, mate, Apl-June, 2 " 633 m at $35 

Plaisance Felix, sailor, July-No v, 4 7 m at -$20 ; back wages, $10.20 

Rajotte Michael, sailor, May- June, 1 ■ 7*»9 m at $20, \ d at 80c 

St Martin, Moise, cook, May- June, '987 ra at $12.. .". 

Trempe Jos, watchman, Oct-Nov, May-Jnne, 358 in at $20, 1 d at 80c 

Vilandre Miss E, 2nd cook, Aug ' 743 m at $8 . 

Matte Capt. Raph, Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov 30, May 10-June 30, 13 hands, 6619 m 
at $10 each ; carpenter, Sept 1-Nov 30, 3 m at $10 ; board of second cooks, omitted, 18 
days at $10 a month, $5 . 81 ; extra meals, 138 at 15c 

Matte Capt. Kaph, Sorel : loading coal, 5G9 tons at 12Jc ; sundry outlay, $2.75 

Dredge "No. 11" ($8,876.64). 

Arcand Horm. sailor, '484 m at $20 ; Cardin P, mate, July-Nov, 5 m at $35 

Blais Zenon, sailor, July-Nov, Apl-June : 6 613 m at $20, 26 d at 80c ; back wages, $13.00 . . 
Collette Jos, sailor, July-Nov, Apl-June : 6 613 m at $20, l-|d at 80c ; back wages, $13.60. . . 

Comtois John, engineer, Apl-June, 3 m at $60 

Comtois Noe, fireman, Apl-June, 1 ■ 613 m at $25, 33£ d at $1 

Dauphinais J. Bte, carpenter, June, 26 d at $1 . 40 , 

Dauphinais Louis, captain, July-Nov, Mar, 5 '355 m at $60 

Denis Francis, fireman, July-Dec, Mar- June : 6 613 m at $25, 73i d at$l : backwages, $13.60. 

Dionne Mrs J ), 2nd cook, May- June, 1 ' 61 m at $8, h d at 60c. ..." 

Dionne Mrs. R A, cook, May- June, 1 ' 612 m at $12, I d at 60c | 

Gendron Chas, captain, Apl-June, 2 633 m at $60 

Goudreau Arsene, sailor, July-Nov : 5 m at $20 ; back wages, $13.60 

Goudreau Jos, sailor, Apl-June, 1'613 m at $20, 18i d at 80c 

Gouin Pierre, fireman, Sept-Oct, "491 m at $25 

Jeanmarie F X, engineer, July-Dec, 5 '661 m at $60 

Laprade Miss G, cook, July-Nov, 5 m at $12 

Laprade Miss M, 2nd cook, July-Nov, 5 m at $8 

Lavallee John, mate, Apl-June, 2 '206 m at $35 

Matte Octave, sailor, July-Nov, May-June : 6 613 m at $20, 23| d at 80c ; back wages, $13.60 
Mondor Geo, sailor, July-Nov, Apl-June : 6 129 m at $20, 18£ d at 80c ; back wages, $13 73 
St George Albert, fireman, July-Dec, Mar : 5 m at $25, 37| d at $1 ; back wages, $13.60. 
St Michael Michael, watchman, July-Nov, Apl-June: 6 '613 m at $20. 8 d at 80c ; back 

wages, $13 . 60 " 

Dauphinais Capt Louis, Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov 30, 13 hands, 5 m at $10 each ; 

extra meals, 341 at 15c 

Dauphinais Capt Louis : loading coal, 442 tons at 12^c ; sundries, $1.05 

Gendron Chas, Sorel, boarding crew : May 13-June 30, 13 hands, 1'613 m at $10 each ; extra 

meals, 40 at 15c 

Gendron Chas, Sorel, loading coal, 114 tons at 12|c 



$ cts. 
112,264 40 



Tug "St. Francis " ($2 024.66). 

Benoit Henri, July-Nov : sailor, 5 m at $20 ; extra firing, 5 d at $1 ; back wages, $10 

Boudreau, Thos, sailor, July- Aug, 1 ' 483 m at $20 

Caisse Leonard, sailor, July-Nov, Apl-June : 4 '057 m at $20, 12 d at 80c ; back wages, $6.40. 

Ethier Nap, sailor, Apl-June, 1 ' 774 m at $20, 16 d at 80c 

Gauthier Miss M, cook, 1 m at $12 ; Gauthier Miss R, cook, ' 774 m at $12 

Hurteau Adel, sailor, May-June, 1' 774 m at $20 

Joly Jean Bte, sailor, July-Nov : 4 355 m at $20 ; back wages, $8.73 • 

Letendre Adal, sailor, '58 m at $20" ; Linch Miss M, cook, 1 m at $12 

Mathieu Henri, fireman, Apl-June, 1 ' 774 m at $30, 28 d at $1 

Mathieu Thom, engineer, Apl-June, 8 '402 m at $50. 

Matte Mrs, cook, Aug-Oct, 3 m at $12 

Mongeon Louis, fireman, July-Dec : 5 m at $30, 14 d at $1 ; back wages $10. ... 

Paul Jos, captain, July-Nov, Apl-June, 7 '435 m at $45 

Paul Miss Angelina, cook, July, 1 m at $12 

Paul Capt. Jos, Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-31, 6 hands, July 7-31, 1 hand, Aug 1-Nov 30, 

May 8-June 30, 7 hands, 6 '746 m at $10 each ; extra meals, 27 at 15c 

Paul Capt. Jos. : loading coal, 41 tons at 12ic ; sundry outlay, 80c 



Tug " St. James " ($2,158.86). 

Adam Pierre, watchman, July-Dec, Apl-June : 7 '654 m at $20, 8 d at 80c; backwages, $15.20 
Antaya Jos, 'sailor, July-Dec, Apl-June : 7 '654 m at $20, 8| d at 80c ; back wages, $18.86.. . 
Aussant Paul, sailor, July-Dec, Apl-June: 7 '654 mat$20, 15d at $1; 4 at 80c; back wages, $16.49 
Beique Miss M L, 1st cook, July-Dec, Apl-Jnne : 2 '333 m at $25, 4 '387 at $20, 1 at $12. . . 
Berard Naz, sailor, July-Dec, Apl-June : 7 654 m at $20, 6 d at 80c : back wages, $16.49.. . . 

Carried forward , 



92 17 


104 20 


34 59 


11 85 


72 41 


5 94 


916 96 


73 87 


184 68 


166 06 


147 00 


180 00 


73 82 


30 40 


321 29 


252 42 


13 20 


19 65 


158 00 


113 60 


47 06 


12 28 


339 68 


60 00 


40 00 


79 33 


164 86 


150 91 


176 10 



152 26 

701 15 
56 30 

215 68 

14 25 



115 00 
29 67 

115 35 
48 28 
21 29 

35 48 
95 83 
23 61 
81 23 

420 09 

36 00 
174 00 
334 60 

12 00 

476 30 
5 93 



174 67 

178 73 
188 56 
158 07 
174 36 



120,352 08 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-31 



St. Lawrence ship Channel Continued. 

Brought forward 

Tug "St. James " — Concluded. 

Blette Philippe, fireman, July Dec, Ap] June: 7'653in at$30, 66dafc$l ; back wages, $17.14 

Boisvert Jos, engineer, July-Dec, Mar June : 9"9C8 m at $50 ; hack wages, $3.22 

( Jhevrier Raph. captain, Apl June, 2.1 no at $60 

1 lansereau Hose, 2nd cook, June, '367 m at $10 

Godin A, cook, .V387 m at $10 ; Laforest L, labourer, 4 d at $1.20 

Laforest Louis, mate, July-Dee: 5'51(i m at $40 ; back wages. $2.58 

Lamoureux Omer, fireman, Nov, '166 m at $30 

Lavallee Henri, labourer, 3$ d at 80c ; Paid The.,, sailor, 133 .» at $20 

Peloquin Jean Bte, sailor, d at $20 a m : Seguin Agnes, rook, 1 '.) m at $10, 2 d at 60c 



Tug "John Pratt" ($3,134.82). 

Beaulac Philippe, fireman, July-Sept, 2 '251 in at $25 

Brault Samuel, fireman, May J une, 1 58 m at $25 

Frenette Thos, wheelman, May-June, 1839 m at $30 

( Uadu Miss. 2nd cook, July-Dec, 512!) m at $10 

Joubert Alex, firenian, Sept-Dec, Mar- June, 4' 662 m at $25, 51 il at 81 ; back wages, $4.93. . 

Joubert Jos, sailor, July- Dec, Apl- June : 7 '382 m at $20 : back wages $15. 4(5 

Labranche M, wheelman, July Dec, Ai 1-May, 5 378 m at $30 ; back wages $14.26 

Lahrecque Wilfrid, sailor. July-Dec, Apl-June : 7 '329 m at $20, 4. 1 , d at 80c ; back wages, 
$14.60 . 

Laforest Jos, 2nd pilot, July -Dec, Apl- June, 8 ' 383 m at $40 

Laforest, Miss M, 2nd cook, '2 m at $10 ; Millette, Chas, fireman, 21 d at $1 

Langevin, Mrs S, 1st cook, July -Dec, Apl June : 2 m at $25, 5 (',15 at $12 

Laroche Nap, fireman, July-Dec, Apl June : 7 '329 m at $25, 1 d at $1 ; back wages, $14 60. 

Latour Miss, 2nd cook, 2 m at $10 ; Picard O, sailor, "366 in at $20 

Lussier Louis, fireman, July-Dec, Apl-May ; 5748 m at $25, 54 d at $1 : back wages, $14.60 

Matte John, engineer, July-Dec, Mar- June. 9 '613 m at $50 

St Michel D, fireman, July, ' 548 m at $25 

Langevin, Mme S, Sorel, boarding crew : 10 hands, July 1-Dec 9, 5'129 m at $10 each ; extra 
meals, 700 at 40c ; extra meal in kitchen, 15c ; washing bed linen, &c, b\ m at $4 ; ex- 
penses incurred for fare and sustenance to meet tug Eureka, $4 



s cts. 
120,352 os 



Tug " M. F. Parsons^ (SI, 07 0.07) . 

Beausoleil Frs, captain, July-Aug, Apl-June, 4 7 m at $45 

Blais J Bte, sailor, Apl- June, 1 '613 m at $20, 10.^> d at 80c 

Bonin, Mrs C, cook, July-Aug, 1903 m at $12. 

Cardin Arthur, sailor, July-Aug, Nov : 1'903 m at $20 ; back wages, $5.86 

Cardin Joseph, sailor, Apl- May, 20^ d at 80c 

Champagne Wilbrod, sailor, J uly, 1 m at $6 

Chevalier Pierre, fireman, July-Aug, Apl- June, 3 '749 m at $30, 11 d at $1 

Ducharme Alex, engineer, July Sept, Apl June, 4 '77 m at $45 

Matte Octave, Mrs, cook, May- June, 1 ' 613 m at $12, 1 d at 60c 

Peloquin Delphis, sailor, July-Aug, 1*903 m at $20 

Trempe Arthur, sailor, July-Aug, Nov, May- June: 3 '516 m at $20; back wages $6.86 

Trempe Omer, sailor, May-June, 1 613 m at $20 

Beausoleil, Capt Frs, Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Aug 28, May 13-June 30, 7 hands, 3 516 
m at $10 each ; extra meals, 14 at 15c ; board of M. Champagne, 9 days in July at $10 a 
month, $3 , 



Tug "Eureka" ($2,472.10). 

Berthiaume Adel, waiter, Sept, 8 d at $2 

Bolduc Adz, fireman, Apl-June, '677 m at $25, 5 d at $1 

Boucher Arthur, sailor, ' 161 m at $20 ; Drapeau H, firenian, 29i d at $1 

Fortin Frs : mate, July-Dec, May June, 8 m at $50 ; labourer. Mar- Apl, 36 d at $1 

Grouin, P, fireman, '322 m at $25 ; Hervioux, H, fireman, 29 d at $1 

Guilbault Alfred, July-Nov. : 2nd engineer, '322 m at $40 ; fireman, 4*774 m at $25, 44 d at 

$1 : back wages, $6.66 

Joly, Frs.. sailor, 161 m at $20; Joly Narcisse, cook. May-June, 1*645 m at $30 

Lamoureux Omer, fireman, May-June, 1 '29 in at $25 

Larose E., labourer, 11 d at $1 ; Letendre D., waiter, 8 d at $1 

Legendre Ludger, July-Dec, Mar- June : sailor, 5*322 m at $20, 32 d at 80c ; labourer, 7L\ d at 

$1 ; back wages, $6.06 . ... 

Major Louis, sailor, July-Nov, May-June: 4*967 m at $20, 444, d at 80c ; back wages. $6.66. . 
Major Mrs Louis, cook. July-Nov, May-June : 1 m at $25, 5 at $20 ; back wages, $25 

Carried forward 127,182 51 



21 94 

32 73 

4: in oo 

37 06 


1S2 ill 
52 58 
32 26 
19 00 


210 21 
141 41 

150 00 


127,182 51 



V-32 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward , 

Tug "Eureka" — Concluded. 

Michaud Albert, labourer, Apl, 20 cl at SI 

Millette Chas, sailor, Nov, "7 m at $20 ; back wages, $1.40. 

Peloquin Felix, sailor, Aug-Nov, May-June : 4*903 m at $20 ; back wages, $0.66 

Roy Alfred : engineer, Sept-Dec, Mar- June, 8 ni at $60; watchman, Feb, 28 d at $1.25 

back wages, $9.68 

Roy John, engineer : Aug, 1 m $50 ; July, Sept- June, 8 '387 m at $40 

St Michael, D, fireman, Aug-Nov : 3322 in at $25 ; back wages, $6.66 

Dredge " Minto" ($388.39). 

Barron Adel, sailor, 8 d at 80c ; Cournoyer Geo, fireman, 29 d at $1 

Dauphinais Narcisse, mate, May- June, '807 m at $45, 26 d at $2. 

Desrosiers J Bte, sailor, 6 d at 80c ; Kane, Win, fireman, 52^ d at $1 

Ladebauche Emile, engineer, May-June, 2 m at $70 .... 

Martineau Zeph, fireman, May- June, 53 d at $1 

Valois, H, sailor, 9 d at 80c ; Valois, R, sailor, 9 d at 80c 



$ cts. 
127,182 54 



20 00 
15 40 

104 72 



Barges, Stone-lifters, t£-c. 
"New Barge," ($337.52)- 

Beliveau Jos, captain, July-Dec, Apl June, 7 '467 m at $40 

Beliveau Capt. Jos, Sorel, extra meals supplied, 259 ;it 15c 

Barge "Caroline" ($302.25)— 

Lavallee Arthur, captain, July-Nov, Apl-June, 7^ m at $40 

Lavallee Capt. A, Sorel, extra meals, 15 at 15c 

Barge " Waverly" ($293.25)- 

Letendre John, captain, July-Nov, 5 m at $40 

Letendre, Capt J, Sorel, extra meals, 5 at 15c 

Monarque, Alph. captain, May- June, 2 m at $40 

Matte Capt Raphael, Sorel, unloading coal, 100 tons t*t 12hc '. . 

New Steel Dredge ($107.50)— 

Kane Wm, fireman, 13 d at $1 ; Martineau Z. fireman, 2ih d at $1. 

Ladebauche Emile, engineer, Apl, 1 m at $70 

New Tug " No 5"— 

Raymond Onesime, engineer, June '466 ni at $50 



Stone-lifter No 2 ($583.72)— 

Lemay L, 1st mate, Aug, 22 d at $1. ... 

Millette Chas, sailor and 2nd capt, July-Oct, Apl-June, 5'181 in at $30 

Roberge Louis captain, July-Oct, Apl-June, 5*31 m at $50 

Roberge Capt. Louis, Sorel, boarding crew : July 4-Oct 6, May 1- June 30, 2 hands, 5'08 
m at $10 each : extra meals, 261 at 15c 



Semaphore at St. Jean Des Chaillons ($458.55). 

Chandonnet, J A, in charge : July 23-Oct 25, 4^ m at $40 ; June 26- July 1, 5 d at $1.33£ ; 
labour, 26 d at $1 ; messasres, 122 at 10c ; 1 clock, $5 ; rent of clock, $1 ; 1 cord of wood, 
$1.60; small items, $11.20 

Chandonnet, E, attending gauge on wharf, 18 d at $1 

Houde J B, cartage 50c ; sundries 30c 

Nadeau L, boarding men at $3 a week, 7 

Paris Emelien, attending gauge on bank, 18 d at $1 

St Onge Ernest, shutters for office 

Teams, days at $2.50 : Zeph. Beaudet 5 , Narcisse Cote f, W. Dery 2h, 

Carter, Jean Nadeau, 3f d at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1 : Zeph. Beaudet 1^, Hector Boisvert 12^, E. Chandonnet h, P. Chretien 
1, Leo Charrette 11, Nap. Collin 11^, Phil. Grailloux 172, A- Jacques lOi, Alfred Lemay 
3, Louis Lemay 4, Tel. Marchand 15, Gedeon Marcotte 9, L. Maillot \\, Jean Nadeau 
8, Jos. Normandeau 13, Louis Ouellette 1H, Jeffrey Richer 14A 



Total wages and board (shops and vessels) 

Less — Charged to : Dredge Vessels repairs. . .. Page V 

Dominion Quarantine Buildings .. 

New dredging plaut i- 

Harbours and rivers Quebec Generally n 

Dredging Quebec and Ontario n 



155 



223 



1.236 18 

2,597 28 

11 20 

140 95 

698 00 



Carried forward 126,133 44 



524 68 
385 48 

89 72 



35 40 
8S 29 
57 30 
140 00 
53 00 
14 40 



298 67 
38 85 

300 00 
2 25 

200 00 

75 

80 00 

12 50 

37 50 

70 00 

23 33 



22 00 
155 44 

265 52 

140 76 



237 01 

18 00 

80 

21 00 

18 00 

3 25 

9 37 

5 62 



145 50 



130,817 05 



4,683 61 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-33 



St. Lawrence JSliip Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Employed in office at Sorel— 

Blais M C, services, 12 m to June 30, at $100 ; travel and outlay, §42.03 

Connell John, services as clerk during Aug. 1896 

Roy Alfred, clerk, Dec-June, 6839 m at $125. 

Ahearn & Soper, Ottawa : engine and electric lighting apparatus for dredge Lauricr as 

per contract, $2,725 ; additional lights, including lamps, marine receptacles, fuses, labour, 

&e, 23 at $5.50 ; Edison lamps, 16 cp. 110- v, 208 at 20c ; rubber covered wire No 4, 30 

ft at 10c ; soft rubber tubing, 50 ft at 5c ; electricians, 66 hrs at 50c ; small items, $11.29 ; 

less freight paid, $11.22 

Alaska Feather <fc Down Co, Montreal, sea moss, 1,027 lbs at lie 

Badeau Geo M, Sorel : furnaces, 4 at $7 ; clocks, 3 at $3 ; alarm clocks, 18 at $1 ; repairs, 

$14.50 ; sundries, $5 

Baker Howard H, & Co, Buffalo : No 30 bronze binnacle, 1, size 3 Baker new oil compass, 

7\ in cord, $125 ; lamps. 4 at $2.75 ; cylinder oil, 5 galls at 80c ; lard oil, 5 galls at 80c ; 

sundry, $3.10 

Beauchemin & Cie, Sorel ($2,253.20) — 

1 hand and steam combined windlass, c}dinder 4i" x 5" stroke, complete 

1 hand and steam steering machine combined, complete 

Steam steering gear for tug St Jean d' 'Iberville 

Lifting engines for new dredge, 2 at $300 

Boring, planing and drilling cylinders, 6 at $20 

Placing the steering gear, $25 ; elbows, 6 at 95c ; tees, 6 at $1.15 

Flanges, 4 at $1.40 ; boring one roller and placing key, $12 

Nipples, 3", 4 at 60c, 2£", 6 at 40c ; small items, $4.20 

Turning and boring one cast iron worm gear in lathe 4| hrs at $4 

Bell Telephone. Co, Sorel : rent of telephone, June 6, 1899 to Dec 6, 1900, 18 mos. at $20 per 

annum ; messages, $78.52 

Bertram John & Sons, Dundas : 1 engine lathe, 16 in, 8 ft bed, complete with plain tool block 

steady head, follow rest, two face plates, hollow spindles etc, $880 ; lever drilling 

machine, 20 in, complete, $87.50 ; 1 7-in, Universal chuck, with hub for fitting to lathe, 

$21 ; 1 length of feed chain for 40-in gap-lathe, 3 ft 9 in at 75c 

Bertram Engine Works, Toronto, 1 ash ejector right hand 

Boivin & Cie, Sorel, oak stair posts, 82 at 50c ... . , . . . 

Brouard T & D, Quebec, ship knees, 48 at $2.50 

Brown J & W. D, Quebec : tamarac, 12 x 9 x 3, and 12 x 8 .n 3, 1213 pes, 31,122 ft at l*c ; 

cedar, 305 pes of 11 ft, 30 pes. of 15 ft., 3805 ft at 7ic ; labour, 3 men, 2h d at $1.50. . . . . . 

Brunet J. W. R, Sorel : B.C. fir, 234 pes, 8 to 60 ft long, 29,443 ft B.M. at $45.50 ; less cash 

paid S. S. Ry, to transfer car to Sorel West, $3 ....... 

Burns, John & Co, Montreal, No 8 Perfect range and shelf, complete 



Cameron J. D. & Co, Quebec : elm, 635 ft at 50c ; dressing, $1.40 ; shipping charges, $5.54. . 

Cameron & Co, Ottawa : good merchantable fir, 3 to 15 in x 6 to 33 in, 9 to 32 ft in length, 
72,778 ft at $45.50 ; dressing sidings, 1 in x 7 to 9 in, 12 to 16 ft in length, 26,991ft at $19, 
1 in x 12 to 16 ft long, 13,152 ft at $14 ; clear sidings, 4 to 6 in x 12 to 16 ft long, 39,630 
ft at $35 ; S. C. sidings, 2 x 8 in and up x 12 to 16 ft long, 24,178 ft at $27.25 ; l| to 2 x 8 
in and up x 12 to 16 ft long, 28,691 ft at $25, \\ in x 8, and up, 12 to 16 ft long, "24,293 ft 
at $26 ; " B." sidings 1 in x 7 to 9 in, 12 to 16 ft long, 43,868 ft at $20 ; cartage on 24,000 
ft. $12 



Canada Hardware Co, Montreal ($406.97)— 

Block tin, 213 lbs at 37c ; emery cloth, 72 quires at 42c 

Coach screws, 3997, $77.60 ; galv. pails, 6 doz at $3 ; hinges, 4 doz. $2.48 

F. H. B. screws, 36 gross at 40c, asst. 141 gros.,, $28.98 ; butts, 33 doz, $10.14 

F. H. stove bolts, 2400, $7.12 ; sand paper, 18 reams at $2 ; axe handles, 6 doz, $13.50. . 

Best French glue, 100 lbs at lOic ; pat. brads h to 1 in, 72 doz, $33 ; clout nails, 108 lbs, 
111.25 

Gate hooks and eyes, H to 7 in, 18 gross, $30.62 ; sundry $4.33 , 

Canada Switch & Spring Co, Montreal ($4407.36)— 

Steel bucket bottom castings, 41,485 lbs at 6^c ; 3 cast steel shears, 788 lbs at 4|c. . . . 

Castings, 5,949 lbs at 7ic, 3504^ at 6c ; small spiral springs, 180 at 15c, 250 at 6c 

4 steel dead eyes, Al, 10,165 lbs at $4.90 a 100 lbs 

Steel castings for dead eyes, 1601 lbs at $4.90 a 100 ; express and freight $1.94 

Steel storm pinion, 1137*lbs at ?h ; steel springs, asst. 39, $33.90. . 

Steel wonn gears, turned and finished, 3, 3181 lbs at 9|c 

Steel casting off pattern, 928 lbs at 6£c 

Canadian General Electric Co, Toronto ($330.93)— 

Arc lamps, complete, 3 at $22.50 ; lamps, 16 c p, 200 at 21c 

Frosted lamps, 16 cp, 25 at 26c ; Edison key wall sockets, 95 at 28c 

C. C. wire : No 14, 2555 ft at $1.08 ; No 12, 1149 ft at $1.62 ; No 10, 840 at $2.63 ; No 6, 
968 ft at $5. 27 

Hart switches, 10 amp. 10 at 75c : F. conduct, h-in, 100 ft $6.20 ; G. tape, 7 lbs at 95c. . . 

Cotton cord, No. 16, 283 fi. $4.25 ; shades, 1 doz. $5 ; globes for arc lamps, 3 at $1 ; 
sundry, $36.42 



Carried forward. 



I cts. 
126,133 44 



1,242 03 

60 00 

854 84 



2,931 67 
112 97 

74 50 



147 10 

500 00 

475 00 

475 00 

600 00 

120 00 

37 60 

17 60 

9 00 

19 00 

108 52 



491 31 
60 00 
41 00 

120 00 

755 95 

1,336 66 
50 00 

324 47 



8,292 51 


109 05 
98 08 
53 52 
56 62 


54 75 
34 95 


2,628 28 
698 47 
498 09 
80 40 
141 92 
302 20 
58 00 


109 50 
33 10 


119 31 
20 35 


48 67 


150,535 43 



1— 3v 



V-34 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward 



Carrier Laine & Co, Levis : marine boiler for tug Bridges $3922 ; 2 cylinders, F. 5390 at 
7|c ; brass pieces, 1024 lbs. at 40c ; castings, 4199^ lbs at 4c ; gun metal bolts, 7 at 75c ; 
2 c. i. plates, 180 lbs at 3c ; 1 brass nipple, $2 ; fitting, 76 hrs at 35c, 2 at 25c ; pattern- 
maker, 20 his at 30c ; lathe, 8 his at 40c ; forge and shaper, 5 hrs at 50c ; sundry 44c. . . 

Cartier Mdme. Louis, Sorel, provisions for tugs, $52. 44c ; sundry, 20c 

Cassidy John L., Co, Montreal ; dinner set, 128 pes, $15.50 ; 1 plated tray $6 ; 1 coffee set 
$6.80 ; 1 pr water caraffes, $5 ; 1 cut jug, $3 ; flat cut tumblers, 1 doz. $2.20 ; sundries. 

$2.95 ;•:••;.. 

Catellier E. A, Ottawa, expenses in connection with wiring of dredge Laurier : fare, $7.90; 

board at Varennes, 13 days, $9.95 ; hotel at Montreal, $2.40 ; sundry 77c 

Cavanagh Edward Co, Montreal, ($25,029.17)— 

"Bakers Chain and Wagon Iron Mfg Co," crane chains: B. B. B. short link, g to 1 in, 

31,174 lbs at $5.87^c ; B. B. galv. short link, fin, 485 lbs at $7.20; freight prepaid, 

$83.90 ~ 

Wrought iron billets 8i sq. x about 3 ft 4 in long, square edges and ends, 100, 81,874 lbs 

at $4 a 100 lbs. 

Upper tumbler steel shafts, 2, J in finish 9,555 lbs ; 19 forged steel shafts, 22,775 lbs.; in 

all 32,330 lbs at 5|c 

Steel bucket lips, 10,300 lbs at $3.75 ; special air pumps and condensers, 2 at $700 

Steel plates, as per blue: print, 54,001 lbs at $3.70 

Steel ship plates, 10,020 lbs. at $2.30 ; steel angles, 44,257 lbs at $2.30 

Best Canadian refined iron : \ in, 200 lbs at $3.10 ; f in, 600 lbs. at $2.85 ; 3£ in, 4,390 lbs 

at $2.80 ; 3 in, 2755 lbs at $2.70; 1700 lbs at $2.05; 20,001 lbs. at $2.55; 129,970 lbs at 

$2.50 ; 000 lbs at $2.05 ; 1200 lbs at $1.85 ; 1200 lbs. at $1.75 ; 3959 lbs at $1.70 
Round iron, 5,020 lbs at $2.30, 27,905 at $2.25, 4,272 at $1.75 ; black sheet iron, 1203 lbs 

at $3.30 



ran pipe 



347 ft-7 in, at $3.57 ; f in, 412^ ft at $4.04 ; 1 in, 871 ft-1 in, at $5.77 ; \\ 
in, "944 ft at $7.01 ; \\ in, 940 ft-9 in, at $9.55 ; 2 in, 812 ft-6 in at $15.25, 1849 ft-1 in 
at $12.70 ; 2\ in, 907 ft- 11 in at $28.50 ; 3 in, 202 ft-5 in, at $37.50 ; ?h in, 122 ft-4 in 
at $46.50 ; 4 in, 121 ft-6 in at 67k, 214 ft-2 in at 53ic ; 6 in, 67| ft at $1.08 

Gas pipe : I to | in, S40 ft-11 in at $4, 844i ft at $3.50 ; 1 in, 7954; ft at $5.77, 426 at $5 
11 in, 809| ft at $7.61; l^in, 774^ ft at $9.55; 2 in, 440.H ft at $11.25; 4 in, 258 ft at $55 

Nuts, square: lh in, 5 boxes at $5.20; 1^ in 5 boxes at $4.80; 1^ in, 5 boxes at $4.70 ; 
£ in, 30 boxe~s at $4.80 ; % in, 20 boxes at $4.90 ; § in, 20 boxes at $5 ; 1 in, 4 boxes 
at $4.20, 20 at $4. 70 

Nuts, hex : U in, 5 boxes at $6.20 ; l\ in, 8 boxes at $5.80 ; l£ in, 2 boxes at $5.70; 1 in, 
3 boxes at $5.70, 4 at $5.50 ; g in, 3 boxes at $5.80 ; § in, 4 boxes at $5.80 

Screws, F H (packages) : f x 8 In, 36 at 67c ; f x 10 in, 36 at 81c ; 1x8 in, 36 at 80c 
1 x 10 in, 36 at 94c ; 1£ x 10 in, 36 at $1 ; \\ x 11 in, 36 at $1.10 ; H x 11 in, 36 at 
$1.20 ; H x 12 in, 36 at $1.30 ; 1^ x 12 in, 36 at $1.45 ; If x 14 in, 36 at $1.85 ; 2 x 12 
in, 36 at $1.55 ; 2 x 14 in, 36 at $2 

Files, Jowitts : flat bast, 8 to 14 in, 19 doz, $114.99 ; half round bast, 6 to 14 in, 20 doz., 
S145.42 ; half round smooth, to 14 in, 8 doz $63.72; fiat smooth, 10 to 14 in, 6 doz 
$46.95; mill saw, 10 to 12 in, 6 doz $24.63; round bast 8 to 18 in, 10 doz $60.48; 
square bast 8 to 18 in, 5 doz $38.88 ; three corners, 3 to 5 in, 6 doz $19.23 

Bushings : 4^ x 3 to 3i in, 49 at 60c ; 4 x 3i in, 100 at 40c ; 3^ x 2h to 3 in, 300 at 32c ; 
8 x U to 2\ in, 200 at 24c ;2U2 in, 100 at 17c ; 2xh to if in, 500 at lie ; H x £ to 
1% in~ 200 at 7c ; 1£ x \ in, 200 at 6c ; lx| in, 200 at 5c ; asst. sizes, 576 $78.42 

Elbows and tees, 144; lbs. at 14c, 2036 at 10c, 3140 at 7^c ; elbows, 6 doz at $3.60 ; 66 lbs 
at9|c 

Malleable union couplings, 4, to 3^ in, 750, $172.30 ; unions, 2 in, 125 at 36c, h in, 48 at 
10c ; nipples, 2\ to 4 in, 200, $49.60, \ to 2 in, 500, $17.40 ; nipples, plugs, unions 
&c, asst 360, $15.60 

Flanges, 24 at $1.34, 12 at 90c, 12 at 69c, 24 at 54c, 50 at 52c, 12 at 40c, 24 at 37c, 24 at 
35c, 25 at 28c, 50 at 19c, 50 at 12c 

Nails : clinch, 14; to 3 in. 1000 lbs, $28.70 : wire, 1J to 4 in, 15 kegs $42 ; finishing, 1 in, 1 
keg at $4.35, 1^ in, 1 at $4 05, 1^ in, 5 kegs, $10.90, 2 in, 3 kegs at $2.S5, 2h in, 6 
kegs, $18.90, 3 in, kegs, $18.60, tin clout, 108 pkgs, $20.52; countersunk, 2 in, 112 
lbs. at The, 2i in, 224 lbs at 7c, 3 in, 336 lbs at 6|c 

Steel, mild, 5350 lbs at 2hc, cast, 85 lbs at 15£c ; gate valves, 6 in, 4 at $15.15 

New Castle white lead, 5100 lbs at $6.50 ; Peerless oil soap, 280 lbs at 9c 

Boiled oil, 514^ galls at 87c ; R. P. green in oil, 100 lbs at 10c 

Turpentine, 75| galls at 74c, 1524 at 72f,c ; dry red lead, 1121 lbs at 6. Vc 

Best black paint in oil, 600 lbs at 6^c ; bladder putty, 1222 lbs at 2hc, 365 lbs at $2.10.. . . 

Oval brushes, all white, 6 doz at $11, 4 doz at $11.96 ; Hogue hair fitch, 4 doz, $6.02. . 

Standard duck, 12 oz, 1187jp yds at 16^c ; concentrated lye, 11 gross at $5. 

Cut tacks, 10 oz, 12 gross at $1.30, 8 oz, 12 at $1.10; patent brads, h to 2 in., 216 pkgs, 
$27.06 

Stove bolts, F 

Edge's crane 



'.H., 24 kegs, $17.70; carriage bolts, 450, $6.75; coach screws, 100, $3.50. 
;hain, § in., 755 lbs at 8ic ; No 12 steel jack chain, 12 doz at 48c 



Iron washers, {% in. to 1| in., 500, $28.38 ; Dandy cook stove, No 8 and taper, $16. 
Grindstones, 2344 lbs at 2c ; rubber hose, 3 ply, 1 in., 50 ft at 24c 



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150,535 43 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-35 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel Continued, 



Brought forward 



Cavanagh Hidward Co. — Con. 

Granulated borax, 1325 lbs at 0',c ; oakum, 250 lba $14.13; whitening, 375 lbs, $2 82 
Awning pulleys, 4 doz at $3.20, 3 at $1.80; stove polish, 1 gross $7; white chalk, 321 

lbs, $8.83 

Wrenches: chain, No L3, $7.75; Rim, 1 at $2.55, i at $1 . 60;" Parisl ] at $2 '25; W B 

12 in., 1 doz at $10.60, 10 in., 1 do/, at $9, 8 in., 1 doz. at $7 50 

I )ry germt lamp black, 10 lbs at 30c ; padlocks, 8 doz at $2.40, 2 doz at $1.80 

Porcelaine d. knobs, 6 at 60c ; galv. buckets, 10 at $2.50 ; glass gauges, 4 at 75c 

( lopper wire, 104y lbs at 28c ; corn brooms, 10 doz at $3.25 

Marlin hank, 75 lbs at 14c, 2 doz hanks at $3.50 ; sail twine, 2 doz hanks at $4 25, 6 doz 

at $2.65 

Axes, 3 doz at $9 ; axe handles, 3 doz at $1.25 ; Canada plate plass, 3 boxes at $3.35 '. 
Glass dianiond, $4 ; lamp burners, 14 doz, $10.75, "Leader," 2 doz at $2; lamp chim- 
neys, 40 doz $26. 88 ; lamp wick, 20 gross, $6.50 

Knives and fciks, 18 doz at $1.50; table forks. 1 gross. $1 50 

Spoons, asst, 5 gross, $16.50 ; carvers, 12 sets at $1.25; butcher knives, 2 doz at $2 50 ' 
Mincing knives, 2 doz at $2.25 ; steak hammers, 2 doz at $2 ; butcher saws 1 doz $12 
Flat handle ladles, 2 doz at $3 : retinned dish pans, 2 doz $0.00 ; cake plates, 12 doz $1] 111 
Returned pudding pans, 5 doz $11 ; retinned milk pans, doz at $1 ; coffee pots, 1 doz $6 90 

Empire spiders. 3 doz $12. ; oval shanty tea pots, 1 doz $10, 1 at $8.40 

Granite tea kettles, 1 doz $6 00, 1 at $7.45 ; coffee boilers, 1 doz $7.90, 1 at $6.25 
Cook pots, 1 doz $11.70. 1 at $8.25 ; Berlin saucepans, 1 doz $7, 1 at $6, 1 at $4 95 
Tm (1 round pots, 3 gal, 1 doz $11.40, 2 gall, 1 doz $9 ; dust pans, 3 doz at $2 15 
F. top oil cans, 3 doz at $2.25 ; granite pitchers, 2 doz $11.25 ; machine oilers, 3 doz at $1.70. 
W ash basins, 2 doz at $2.80 ; melon moulds, 3 doz $22.75 ; coal hods, 1 doz $3 85 
Mrs Potts irons, 6 sets at $1.10 ; wood bowls, 2 doz $4.85 ; spittoons, 3 doz at $1 60 " 
Fibre tubes, 1 doz si 4. 05, 1 at $12.55; tumblers, 3 doz at $3; sundries, $59.16 ; freight, 

$j )() . 22 . . 

Caverhill, Learn, out & Co, Montreal: black sheet iron, 4222 lbs at $3; rim locks' 7, $2 89 • 

B . D. flat bast, files $5 . 48 . ' 

Chagnon F. H, Sorel : groceries and provisions, $174.20; soap, 1 box $4, 1 at $3.85, 21 at 
$3.40 ; machine od, 50 galls at 32c ; lamp burners No 2, 8 doz at $1.10, No 1, 5 doz at 
90c ; Codes burners, No 1, 4 doz at $2.50 ; tubular globes, 8 doz at 90c : lamp chimneys 
No 2, 30 doz at (>0c, No 1, 24 doz at 45c ; Codes chimneys, No 1, doz at $1.20 ; sundries' 
$] .85 



Champagne Oscar, Sorel : square oak, 2 pieces, 32 to 42 x 10 x 10, 08 T V cub. ft at 40c 
Charlaml Arthur, Yamaska : square pine, 2122 cub ft at 16c ; spruce/320 cub ft at 12c 
Chartier, E, Sorel: designing, decorating and gilding sign for tug Eureka, 9 ft long, and 

furnishing all material 

City of Sorel, corporat on, no voucher 

Coghlin, B. J, Montreal: cast steel 5507 lbs at lO^c, 2415 lbs at 10c; bush steel, 9449 lbs at 

5^c ; pin steel, 19,354 lbs at 5c ; spring steel, 448 lbs at 4c 

Cosky Simon, Sorel : travelling expenses inspecting dredges etc 

Cote Wm, (J A Proulx agent,) Sorel : galv. iron pipe, 7 in., 315 ft. at 25c ; galv.' iron waste 

boxes, 12 at $3 ; galv. sheet iron oil cans, 4, 55 gal. and 6, 43 gallons, in all, 10 at $4 ; 

laying sheet iron roofing on sundry buildings, 15& squares at $1.90 ; labour repairing 20 

days at $2.50, 3 at $2 ; copper tap, $1.50; flange, 85c; 1 galv. iron pipe for barge 

Caroline, $5 ; solder, 3 lbs at 25c 

Courchesne Geo, Sorel, plumbing and sundry repairs to dredges and tugs and plumbers' su im- 
plies, 8071.26 ; lanterns, 48 at $2 

Crawford Wm H & Co, Quebec, Scotch coal, 7 '411 tons at SO. 50 
Cuddy Brodeur Co, Montreal ($447.80)— 

Dinner set semi porcelain, $34 : chamber sets, 2 pes, 2{-h doz at $9, 1 set $12.75.. 

Plates : flat, 12 doz at $1, 12 at 90c, 12 at 75c, 12 at 60c'; soup, 12 at 90c ; fruit, 12 at 50c ■ 
butter, 1 at si. 50, 12 at 25c ; preserve, 1 doz $4.50 ; ice, 1 doz $6. 

Meat dishes, 17 in. 3 doz at $0, 15 in. 3 doz at $4.20 ; round deep, 10 in. 3 doz at' $4. 20, 3 
at $3, 8 in., 3 doz. at $1.80 

Cups and saucers, \ doz at $12, 12 doz at 85c : sugars, 3 doz at $3 

Jugs : 1 at $3.50, 1 at $2.50, 2 at $2.20, 3 qt, 2 doz at $5.40, 1 qt. 3 doz at $1 80 

Sauce boats, If, doz at $2.40 ; egg cups, 12 doz at 30c ; soap dishes, 3 doz at $1.20 

Bakers oval, 12 in., 3 doz at $4. 20 ; pepper shakers, 4 doz. at $3 ; salts and peppers S P 
top, (> at 50c ; table salts, 3 doz at $1.20 

Bakers oblong, 3 doz at $3, 3 at $2.40, 3 at $1.80 ; candle sticks, 3 doz. at $2* 40 

Mustards, 3 doz at $1.20 ; bowls, 1 doz $5.50, 3 at $1.20 ; butter and covers, 1 doz $4 20 

Tumblers : 3 doz at $4, 2 at S3, 1 at $2.50 ; plain glass, 9 oz. 20 dz at 50c. 

Lantern globes, 24 doz at 674c; Pears' soap, unscented, 1 gross, $19.80.. 

Lamps with brackets and reflectors, 48 at 85c 

Dallam- \- !• rere, Sorel : lining refrigerator, 9 sheets copper at $2.50 ; 1 radiator " $6, "l 'at 
$2.80; pipe 1 in., lo ft. at 18c; galv. iron, 78 lbs at 54c ; copper, 18 lbs. at 26c ; 
solder, 18 lbs at 30c; 1 valve, $2.25 ; labour, man and helper 1 .', d at 82.50, 5 men 14 
days, $12,75 ; 3 men and helpers, 1 day $8.50 ; 3 men, 12 hours $6 60 : 125 d. at $1.50; 
repairing, 34, his at 25c ; sundries, $7.62 



l-3Jv 



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$ cts. 
179,720 L3 



103 08 


34 03 


41 25 


25 80 


31 (JO 


01 83 


41 90 


40 80 


52 13 


31 50 


36 50 


20 50 


24 00 


23 00 


30 40 


28 20 


37 90 


26 85 


23 10 


32 20 


16 25 


145 58 


135 03 



337 80 

27 22 
378 64 

60 00 

30 00 

2,307 73 

31 20 



219 06 



767 26 
48 17 



73 00 

70 80 



57 60 


25 20 


20 60 


10 40 


31 20 


28 so 


10 90 


30 50 


30 00 


10 80 



278 22 



185,733 56 



V-36 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Dauphinais, T. O, Sorel, postage stamps 

David, Elzear, Varennes : care of 2 lamps on beacons, 46 days at 50c 

Davie Geo. T. & Sons, Levis ($2304.35)— 

Repairs to str Eureka dredges Nos "8 " and "11 " etc— 

Str. Eureka : iron builders attendance, 6 d. at $8 ; men's time, blacksmiths, 
helpers, fitters, riveters, carpenters &c, 45 hrs. at 30c, 220 at 25c, 390 at 22ie, 

820 at 20c, 160 at 19c, 130 at 18c, 865 at 17|c, 195 at 13c, 95 at 10c 

Men's time regulating Graving Dock, docking, undocking, clearing away scaffolding, 

&c : foreman, 2^ d at $4 ; carpenters- & c ., 18k d. at $2 

Use of keel blocks, side shoes, stage ropes &c, including team of horses and man's 

services carting same 

Use of : blacksmiths' forges, 4^ d. at $1.50 ; beam binding, 17 h. at 70c. plate rolling, 
5 h. at 70c ; punching machine, shearing, planing, drilling, &c, 78 hrs at 50c ; 

rivet forges, 12 d at 50c ; steam pump supplying water to fill boiler, $5 ..... 

Team of horses, and man's services carting, plates, rivets, tees &c, including the 

removal of 2 propellers .... 

Steel bulbs, tees, and plate, 3922 lbs at 4c ; rivets, 452 lbs at 6c 

Steam coal, 9 tons at $7 ; paint brushes, 8, $5.20 ; holts, 84 at 9c 

Portland cement 3 bbls at $3 ; B. S. coal, 15 bus at 30c ; rivet coal, 8 bus at 35c 

Globe valve, It? in., $3.90 ; oil lamps, 6 at 50c ; paint oil, 3t? galls at 95c ; canvas pack- 
ing, 12i yds at 25c ; sundry supplies, $44.51 

Dredge No " 8 "— 

Men's time regulating dock, docking, undocking, replacing keel blocks &c, 45 h at 

40c ; carpenters and caulkers, 1,235 h at 20c 

Use of tools, including team of horses and men's services carting same to and from dock 
Use of : blacksmith's forge, including blacksmith, helper and coal, 2 d at $5 ; punch 

bolt screwer, &c, 4 h, $2.20. 

Oakum, 286 lbs at 10c ; seal oil, 5 galls at 70c ; green pitch, ltj brls at $4.50 

Elm planking, 246 ft at 7c ; iron bolts, 113 lbs at 6c ; tallow, 14 lbs at 12c 

Steel plate for well, 205 lbs at 4c ; hawsing irons repaired, 81 lbs at 7c. . 

Countersunk nails, 19 lbs at 14c ; tarred felt, 18 sheets at 10c ; sundry, $5.78 

Dredge No "11 "— 

Men's time regulating dock, docking, shoring, undocking and replacing blocks : 75 h 

at 40c ; carpenters and caulkers, 2,355 h at 20c . 

Use of : tools, $35.50 ; B. S. forge, including blacksmith, helper and coal, 1| d at $5. 
Spun oakum, 712 lbs at 10c ; green pitch, 3 brls at $4.50 ; iron bolts, 192 lbs at 6c. . . 
Elm planking, 482 ft at 7c ; wood wedges, 7 doz at 40c ; tarred felt, 26 sheets at 10c. 
Hawsing irons repaired, 179 lbs at 7c ; seal oil, 7 galls at 70c ; seam brushes, 10 at 25c. 

Tallow, 23 lbs at 12c ;- countersunk nails, 11 lbs at 14c ; sundry, $7.56 

"Hopper Barge," docking and undocking, including 2 men 1 day each clearing away 

chain and fitting doors of same to close 

Mrs. S. Russell, board of crew on dredges Nos 8 and 11, 225 meals at 16§c ; boarding 5 

men 2 days at 50c each 

Denis, J A, Montreal : oxide of iron, 3,000 lbs at 5c ; white paint brushes, 4 doz at 
$11.45, 3 doz at $12.70; con. lye, 2 gross at $3.30; deck scrubbers, 4 at $5 ; paint 
scrubbers, 3 at $5 ; hand scrubbers, 3 at $2 ; washing soda, 1,008 lbs at 73c a 100 ; seam 

brushes, 2 at $2 ; fitches, 4 doz, $6.56 '. 

Dods, P D & Co, Montreal: pure white lead, 6,252 lbs at $6.20; magnetic paint, 4,663 lbs 

at $4 . 12k ; best vellow paint, 2,000 lbs at $4. 

Dominion Foundry, Sorel : castings, 36,146 lbs at 2^c; 21,856 lbs at 2|c ; 42,318 lbs at ljc ; 

21,015 lbs at l|c , 

Dominion Wire Rope Co, Montreal ($2,810.14)— 

Best C. C. S., H-in, 19 whe, 5,000 ft at $32.71, lf-in, 2,400 at $27.65, 1^-in, 1,000 at $20.77 

f-in, 140 atT$10, §-in, 400 at $5.50, ^-in, 400 at $5 

Galv. C. C. S. hawser, g-in, 500 ft at 9c, f-in, 500 ft at 10|c , 

Galv. S. M. S, |-in, 7 whe, 561 lbs at $5.23 ; galv. turnbuckles, ft-in, 12, $15.66 

Special filling metal, 308 lbs at 25c ; thimble, spliced in 8 ends, $11 .52 

Sockets, i-in, 24 at 68c 

Duhamel, Philippe, Sorel : lard, 767 lbs at 7c, 580 at 5ic 

Fairbanks Co, Montreal : 1 No 2004 scale, $112 ; building scale at Sorel, labour, 11^ h at 

$3.50 per day, $4 02, fare, $2.35, board, $2 ; globe valves, | to 2-in, 7, $10.44 . 

Farr, J H & Co, Toronto : Peerless soft oil soap drilling compound, 2,214 lbs at 7c 

Finlay, D & Son, Sorel ($612.36)— 

Grey wool blankets, 28 prs at $3 . 50 ; white wool blankets, 15 at $2 ...... 

White quilts, 15 at $1 40, 12 at $1, 12 at 75c ; coloured quilts, 104 at 95c 

White sheets, 48 at 75c ; twill sheeting, 24 yds at 40c ; shirting, 68 yds at 8c 

Cotton : white, 105^ yds at 8c ; red, 32^ yds at 12c, 33 at 10c, 30 at 8c 

Pillow cotton, 57J yds at 20c ; towelling, 20 yds, $2 . 70 ; H. S. linen towels, 3 doz at I 

6 towels at 12^c 

Damask : table, 7g yds at $1.25, 2| at $1.20, 5£ at $1, 5 at 60c, 60 at 50c ; coloured, 

yds at $1, 4| at 75c 

Home made linen, 25f yds at 25c ; napkins, 6 doz at $3, 2 doz at $2.50 , 



$ cts. 

185,733 56 

25 00 
23 00 



608 28 
47 00 
29 50 

72 15 

15 50 
184 00 

75 76 

16 30 

57 87 



Carried forward 194,920 38 



265 00 


28 50 


12 20 


38 85 


25 68 


13 87 


10 24 


501 00 


43 00 


96 22 


39 14 


19 93 


11 86 



50 00 



42 50 



299 42 


659 97 


2,239 23 


2,562 80 
97 50 
45 00 
88 52 
16 32 
85 59 


130 81 
154 98 


128 00 

140 80 

51 04 

18 04 


23 95 


63 07 
29 43 



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St. Lawrence ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward 






Finlay D. & Son— Con. 

Coloured damask curtains, with rods, 14 ]>rs at $2 ; large damask curtains with rods, at 
$2 each ; sateen curtains, with rods, 5 prs at 75c ; cream Madras curtains with rods, 
6 at 90c 

Carpet, 2h yds at 70c, 7h at 55c, 103 at 40c ; curtain lining, 13$ yds at 25c. 

Oilcloth : floor, 68 yds at 35c ; table, bU at 30c ; stair, 4h at 20c. . . 

Vestibule rods, 15 at 40c, 6 at 25c ; ribbons, 22^ yds at 9c ; tick binding, 6 gross at 00c. . 

Mohair belting, 4 gross at $2 ; rugs, 2 at $2.50 ; lining and trimming 4 large curtains. $2 

Table maid's aprons, 12, 87. 95 ; collars and cuffs, 2 doz $2.15; ties, -£ doz 50c; caps, 
6 at 35c 

Cotton duck, Hi yds at 15c ; making 2 awnings, $1 ; sundries, $22.76 

Fleury, A F, Dr, Sorel, professional services for Felix Labarge, re accident on board the 

drei Ige Lady Aberdeen 

Foster Tnos K & Co, Ottawa, manilla rope, 2 to 5-in, (>,005 lbs at 14fc 

Francceur Alt' & Cie, Sorel : groceries and provisions supplied to str. Eureka and tug John 

Pratt, $231.77; sundry $3.05 

Fraser, Viger & Co, Montreal: groceries and provisions, 859.87; soap, \ doz at §1.50: 

candles, 1 lb. 20c 

Frechette Louis, Quebec, board of 5 persons, 15 days each at 50c 

Gadbois Simon, Sorel : bi irks, 2,000 at $6.50, 10,000 at $4 

Gagnon F X, Quebec : beef, 50 lbs at, 10c ; lard and beef 96^ lbs at 10c ; butter, 20 lbs at 24c, 

15 at 22c ; beef and mutton, $2.87 ; groceries, $l.b0 ; sundries, §1 

Gagnon & Frere, Quebec, 1 shaft and beam strap, 7,903 lbs at l^c. 

(bant C E, Montreal : marine valve oil, 491 58 galls at 47c ; heavy engine oil, 266i galls at 

32c; D. B. linseed oil, 244£ galls at 63£c ; No. 1 olive oil, 122£ galls at 59£c ; cod oil, 

1354 galls at 30c ; turpentine, 80 ' 59 galls at 69£c 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co, Sorel, telegrams 

Guilbault Mag., (J A. Proulx agent), Sorel : covering store and extension, 42a squares at 75c; 

laying shingles on new icehouse and building over platform scales, 13i squares at 75c 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co, Toronto : m. c. carb. fire hose, marlin wound, 1^-in, 4 

ply, 700 ft at 74^c ; Lion steam syphon hoes, marlin wound, 1 -in, ply, 708 ft at 63§c ; 

Thistle unlined linen hose, 2o-in, 500 ft at 45c ; piston packing, | to 1-in, R. B. sqr. 166j 

lbs at 60c ; special pressed packing, j-in, 4 ply, 701 lbs at 33c ; Trojan cotton R. L. hose, 

2-in, 400 ft at 32£c ; pump valves, 84, 142^ lbs at 90c ; nickel plated expg, ring couplings, 

2i-in, 10 sets at §3.50; valves, 10, 0-in dia. g-in thick, 1 hole, 12? lbs at SI. 50; brass 

peay pipes, 2^-in, 2 at §5.75 ; bluestone pneu. gaskets, § to §-in, Yl\% lbs at 05c ; shank 

couplings, 2-in, 8 sets at si. 50 

Hadfield's Ste-1 Foundry Co, .Sheffield, Eng, (§2,929.83)— 

4 best toughened cast steel upper dredger tumblers, 3 ft 0^ in x 2 ft 85 in, hole cored to 
bore 14-in dia. and key ways cast in, 9,374 lbs at §0.08 a 100, 9,225 at §5.23 

3 lower tumbler shafts of Hadfield's patent manganese steel, 11 in outside dia. x 4 ft, 11| 
in, total length centre hole cored right through 4-in dia. and one hole cast through 
each end 2g-in dia. 3,530 lbs at $10.95 a 100 

6 best toughened cast steel dredger bucket backs to pattern, 9,900 lbs at §7.78rj a 100. . . . 

80 dredge pin fcrgings of Hadfield's patent manganese steel, 3-in dia. x 31f-in long, with 
key way cut in one end 2|-in x l^-in, 4,508 lbs at §10. 22 

250 solid bushes (of Ha "field's patent manganese steel), 3^-in inside dia. 3|- in outside, 
dia. 5 in long — ground on the outside, pattern No. 384, 1,372 lbs j 

24 split bushes, same size as pattern No. 384, 105 lbs at §10 22 a 100 lbs 

Insurance, $7.13; freight, §45.03; bills of lading, §1.22; case, §2.50; extra on split 

bushes, 85c . . 

Harbour Commissioners of Montreal, hire of tug Willie C for work in the harbour, as per 

agreement, 9 d at §4 

Hearn & Harrison, Montreal : chart cloth, 97 yds at 5c; repairs to instruments, $20.75; 

express, 30c 

Imperial Oil Co, Montreal (§2,113.24)— 

Marine engine oil, 910 '5 galls at 55c ; marine valve, 427 galls at 60c 

Olive oil, 202 22 galls at 75c ; cylinder oil, 425 galls at 00c 

Dynamo oil, 81 '5 galls at 55c ; astral oil, 1881 • 7 galls at 17hc 

Summer block oil. 302 galls at 16c ; castor oil, 2,013 lbs at 7£c 

Acme S. O. coal oil, 46862 galls at 14c ; Acme P. W. oil, 1,107' 7 galls at 12c. 

Grease : graphite, 400 lbs at 10c ; patent, 521 lbs at 7c ; chain, 200 lbs at 3|c 

Johnston Jas. Ottawa : sen ices as foreman electrician in connection with the electric lighting 

of the Sorel workshop, during May, 1900, §70 ; travel and outlay, $21.35 

Joly Mrs Xarcisse, St Jose] >h dp Sorel : washing and ironing for str. Eureka, §28.88; milk 

supplied, 11 qts at 20c 

Judson Governoi Co, Rochester N.Y., globe stop valves ; 2. 1 , in, (i at $6.75 ; 2 in, 24 at $5.26A : 

1£ in, 24 at $4.32; li in, 24 at $3.24 

Kingman & Co, Montreal, R. mine steam coal, 2,191 tons at §3.75, 2,142 tons at §3.50, 1,800 

tons at $2.55 

Knitted Mattress Co, Canton Junction, Mass: knitted padding, 8 pes, 3 in x 24 in x 7 ft. 

1 12 square ft 



Carried forward . 



§ cts . 
194,920 38 



49 15 

1:; y.\ 
29 05 
13 12 
15 00 


12 70 
25 48 


10 00 

971 24 


234 82 


51 82 
37 50 
53 00 


28 22 
118 55 


649 11 

307 69 



42 01 



1,922 02 



1,052 74 



386 48 
775 88 


400 03 


180 03 
10 68 


56 79 


36 00 


25 90 


756 98 
451 66 
375 24 
247 36 

19S 53 
83 47 


91 35 


31 08 


3 is 30 


20,303 25 


32 26 


225,418 60 



V-38 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 190T 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel— Continued. 
Brought forward 



$ cts. 
225,418 60 






3 doz, $7.75; brass spring bolts, 
"sundries, $118.54 



"T&ShS&ST folKfe American, 1,250 lb, at «o ; oil vo oil 6 gall, at 00c 

GUI ESg°e a S oa P ; 36 boxes at $3.80 : soap 4 bag, « SJ**^"* a * a f t fr 60 . wood 
MT ^S^^SU.^S a^S.™^ i SM I"- S2..50; japan, 2 
MetnyKd spirits; 15 galls at & 15 f „f .20, 7 at |U gall. 00c' :'.:.'..••■■■ 

Galv^hert iron/238 lbs'at Gc, 52 al5ic V emery cloth, 48 doz at 25c ; emery powder, 75 

Shovels _ 
Coil chain 

Wax, 5 lbs at 35c ; pipe wrench, 16 in , $3 ; brooms, 

q *fl*0 A(\ i 

Lafleur L L, Montreal ($3,582 87)- _ 

Linen canvas. 1030 yds at 16c ; while cotton waste 2414 lbs at 7c . . . . ■■ - 

Pig lead, -1084 lbs ac $4.05, 1062 at $8.76 ; . garni Afljjo, M lb, at 2oc, 50 at 20c 

Oakum • N. H. 2550 lbs at $5.324c ; U. S. 25o0 at $5.20. . . . . 

L B S me ^js&n2?ji W?r «& ?r so: : ; : ; - : : : 

B j h r-S»^^ 

SenmTsfibs a/lS •tctstdct SSV con, brooms, 6 do, at *ft ««! ' '. V \ 

M ai 3 eib ; „IS,f »r^t It'ioo, 69^, £^ v 46 ' ::::::: 

Chain 100 ft h short link B. B. Craw, 315 lbs at lie ; figures, 5 sets *G.81__ 

feTatckW's clocks keys, 2 at 835; ( .^- ^^3^' It ^ V n! « doz/at 




\ «■«■ 8 ^- e f, ?L a \» t ^,ti„:'o at S 50c jingle edge 



100 ft, $9.60. 
, 10 in, 295 



at $2.73, 10 in, 6 doz at $1.89 ; square tape o in, b i 
mill saw, 10 in, 6 doz at $3.45 ; packing, ¥1.25. . , . . . 

81 10 ; pinions for forge, 6 at 50c ; brass g, emmet No 3 10 g os» at Joe . ^ ... 

Patent brads, \ to H in, 20 doz $12.64 ; cut tacks,^12 oz/12 
Plumbago powder, 60 lbs at 20c ; 



Pears soap, 



173 25 
191 80 



71 15 


81 35 


53 38 


19 35 


50 39 


30 54 


52 30 


43 31 


18 60 


16 60 


23 00 


24 65 


15 00 


14 90 


122 04 



390 37 



62 95 



333 78 


227 74 


268 40 


192 50 


100 80 


61 65 


36 10 


114 34 


55 31 


223 43 


208 34 


HO' 07 


91 85 


89 98 


41 46 


75 94 



Carried forward. 



595 94 


27 40 


65 33 


31 10 


36 10 


48 20 


43 57 


36 94 


32 80 


43 80 


16 93 


25 36 


19 45 


230,158 14 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-39 



si. Lawrence 8hlp Channel -Contain,,!. 

Brought forward 



Lafleur, I. L.— Con. 

Spoons : bable, 2 doz at $8.50 ; dessert, 2 doz at $7.50 ; tea, 2 doz at $4.25 ; coffee, 2 doz 
at $4 

Knives : med. 2 doz at $6.65 ; des !ert, 2 doz at $5.85 ; fruit, 2 doz at $5.25. . . 

Forks, med. 2 doz at $8.50, dessert, 2 doz at $7.50 j 1 set carvers, $3.75 

Casters, 2 at $0.35 ; sugar bowls, 2 at $4.1)0 ; cream pitchers, 2 at $4.35 

Nut crackers, .', doz at $12.50 ; nut ; Lcks, . ! , doz at $4.75 ; fish knife and fork $5.75 

Salts, 15 at 90c ; peppers, 15 at 90c ; 1 spoon holder, $4.10; Kng. toast racks, 2 at $2.00 . 

Liquor mixer, $3.75 : celery dish on stand, $5.75 : 1 berry dish $8.05 

Blue enamel filter, $5.50 ; sundry tableware, $26.63 ; small items, $40.95 

La Manufacture de Scies St. Laurent, Sorel : cross-cut saws, 0', 6 at $2.50 ; buck saws, 1 doz, 

$6.90 ; circular saws, 26", 1 at $7.25, 24", 1 at $0.50 ; re; airing saws, 4, $7 ; planer knives,' 

3, $11.48 ; I grindstone, $2 ; 1 emery wheel, $3 ; 1 cutter for emery wheel, $1.75; sundry 

$2. 2,) 

Lamoreux C R, Sorel: castings, 10,546 lbs at 2.',c, .3071 at He; "less by metal furnished' 1029 

lbs at lc 

Lamoureux & Fils, Sorel : castings, 24,578 lbs. at 2Ac . ...... . .' .............. 

Lanciout Frs, St. Anne de Sorel : attendance on 4 beacon lights, May 14-June 30, 48 d at $1. 
Langevin Mrs. S. Soi el : fresh and salted pork, 173 lbs at 9c ; sundry provisions supplied, 

•^14 .01 _ 

Langlois, T, Sorel : ferriage season, 1898-1899, $25 ; sundry trips, $12.63.! ........ ".".'.". 

La Scieric Sfce-Agathe. Ste-Ag ithe de Monts : spruce boards, 43,558 B. M. ft at $10 ; less 

freight paid, $120.47 

Laurentine Sand <fc Gravel Co, Montreal : fire sand, 38,700 lbs at $3.20 ; less freight $23 22 " 
Laurie Engine Co, Montreal ($5584.89)— 

Cast iron cable drums, finished, 2, 429G7 lbs at 4c 

( last iron tumbler shells, bored and faced. 13,675 lbs at lc '.'.'.".'. ........ 

Two H. P. and two L. P. cylinders, finished bored and planed, 10,897 lbs at 5c 

One H. P. and one L. P. cylinder, bored and counterbored at ends, valve seats, and sides 
planed and Manges faced, 2 at $313, 2 at $312.00 

< !ast iron base plate, 7775 lbs at 2£c ; silver solder, 8 oz, $12 

Laurie patent feed water heater, 80 H P. $123.75; T. S. twist drills, 24, $17.28.. 

lib x 10 pulley fitted to 18-in catch and sleeve for 2fg shaft 

Twist drill grinder with c. shaft, $00 ; bench grinder, No 1, $17.50 

Hex head cap screws, § to f" x 1^ to 24/', 3400 

S ( uare head cup point set screws, 1050, *27.08 ; emery wheels, 4 at $22.80, 2, $5.9"). 

Heavy double oak tanned leath r belting: 5-in, 150 ft at 63c, 4-in, 246A ft at 50c 3A- 
ln, 100 ft at 43c, 3-in, 100 ft at 30c, 2h, 75 ft at 30c 

Double belting : 13-in, 53 ft at $1.6S ; 10-ln, 47 ft at $1.29 ; 8-in, 28 ft at $1 .02. . 

Double be ting, light, 4A-in, 



$ cts. 



i, 45 ft at 56c, 3f 5 -in, 45 ft at 43c, 21-in, 25 ft at 33c . 
). pulleys, asst. 12, 847.27 ; lace leather, £ to |-in, 40 lbs at" 65c 



Barker drill holders, 1 set, $13.60 ; cocheco laces, g-in, 20 lbs at 85c. . 

Grange glass cutters, 1 doz $5 ; feed chain, 4^ ft at $1 ; foundry brushes, 18, $7.13 

' Star ' power hack saw with rest, $32 ; emery dressers, 2 at $1.25 ; postage 8c 

Lebosuf Oalixte, Montreal, use of wharf at Bat'iscan by the vessels and tugs of the P. W. 
Dept. from Jany 1, 1893, to Dec. 30, 1898, years at $10 a year, in full and final settle- 
ment of all claims re wharfage dues 

Leclaire Brun, Sorel, cartage of coal, 83| tons at 30c 

Leclaire & Lavallee, Sorel : coal, 3"85 tons at $0, 8 at $5.75 ; spruce spars, 45 ft long, 4, $18. 

Leclaire & Prud'homme & Cie, Sorel : unloading coal, 27b'6 tons at 15c ; extra for placing coal 
at a greater distance than usual, 2101 tons at 2c 

Lemay E. 11, Montreal : 1st class white oak, 151 pes, 8672| c ft. at G5c ; 1st class rock elm 
265 pes, 0480 ft at 50c ; 2nd class rock elm, 40 ft at 30c ; less allowance for culls on white 
oak, $55.28 



Lemoine P. C, Sorel : stoves, " Happy Thought " No 9, 2 at $40 ; glass, 278 panes, $32.75, 
1 case. $2.50; hods, 3 at 80c ; shovels. Oat 80c; brass locks, 24 at 18c; latches for safe, 
Oat 3->c ; paint brushes, 12 at $1.10, 1 at 80c ; oil, 25 galls at 35c ; coal oil. 18 galls at 22c, 
45'91 at 20c, 40 at 19c; soap, " Comfort," isO cases at $4.50; matches, 5 cases a: 
brooms, 3 doz at $2.75; stove polish, 3 doz at 75c; twine, 2H lbs at 20c; provisions 
$132.17 : sundry hardware, $14.98 ; sundries, $30.44 

Levis Graving Dock, St Joseph de Levis : dredges No 8 & 11, first day, 300 tons. $300, 300 
tons for 8 days at 5c per ton per day, $120 ; dredge No 11, 150 tons at 5c per ton per day 
for 3 days, $22 50 

Lewis Bros & Co. Montreal ($16.45'\31)— 

Steel plates, 89,787 lbs at $2.30 : channels, S to 15 in x (5 to 34 ft. 82,862 lbs at $2.30 

Angles and tees, 28,256 lbs at $2.30 ; 1 24-in engine lathe complete, $872 

Iron : 10!) lbs at X3.25, 210 at $3.10, 800 at $3, 15(1 at $2.95, 256 at $2.90, 653 ar $2 

12.80, 517 at •-•2.75, 077 at s2.7<>, 5,125 at $2.65, 9,355at $2.55, 18,799 at $2.50, 26,190 

at $2.45, 23,443 at $2. 10 ; sheet, 5,203 lbs at $3.15 

Manilla rope, -Jh to 3-in, 15,877 lbs at 1% : hawing rope, 221 lbs at 17c 

Hydro-pneumatic ash ejector, $300 ; Portland cement, 112 bbls at $2.35, 75 at $2.25 
Spikes : | to h-m x to 9-in, 500 kejs at $3.22 ; ] x 5-in, 10 kegs at $3.80 

Carried forward 



230,158 14 



48 50 
33 30 
35 75 
31 20 
II 38 

50 30 
17 55 
79 08 



03 13 



299 40 


014 46 


48 00 


39 58 


37 03 


315 11 


38 70 


1,718 68 


547 00 


544 85 


1,251 20 


235 53 


141 03 


90 00 


77 50 


149 51 


124 23 


319 25 


178 23 


52 80 


73 27 


30 00 


10 63 


34 58 


00 00 


25 05 


87 10 



401 72 



10,333 97 



473 99 



112 50 

3,970 94 
1,521 SO 



2,321 24 

2,022 20 

731 95 

1,648 00 

201,597 91 



V-40 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Iiawrence Snip Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward , 



Lewis Bros & Co, Montreal — Con. 

Packing : Peerless piston rubber, 49 lbs at 75c ; genuine rainbow, 175 lbs at 55c ; electric 
engine, 555^ lbs at 50c ; gum gore, 506|r lbs at 30c ; square flax, 204f lbs at 27c ... . 

Oil : boiled, 440$ galls at 60ic ; raw, 169$ galls at 64c ; cod, 14H galls at 36c 

Phosphor bronze, 1088 lbs at 25^c ; turpentine, 10^ galls at 81c 

Oakum : U. S. Navy, 1250 lbs at $6.35 ; extra new heiup, 1250 lbs at $6.90 

Steel, 2| to 3-in, 7648 lbs at $2.30 ; silver cast steel, 1266 lbs at 12k 

Iron pipe : £-in, 343 ft 9 in, at $3.75 ; welded, 5-in lap, 118 ft 8-in at 69c, 4-in lap, 335i 
ft at 52c , 

Nails : wire, 1-in, 3 kegs at $4.20, l£-in, 3 at $3.85. H-in, 3 at $3.60, 2-in, 3 at $3.50, 2-i-in, 
10 at $3.35, 3 in, 10 at $3.30, 4-in, 10 at $3.25, 5 and 6-in, 10 at $3.20 ; cut finished, 12 
kegs, $43.20 ; tinned clout, 50 lbs at 10c 

Sheet lead, 2322 lbs at 6|c ; tube cleaners, 2\ to 4-in, 24, $62.40 

Ratchets, parlor, No 3, 6 at $8.50, asst, 2 at $4.50. 1 at $4, 3 at $3.75 

Ratchet braces : 20-in, 4 at $8.20, 17-in, 4 at $6.90, 15-in, 2 at $5.80, 12-in, 2 at $5 .• 

Reg. iron S. blocks, stiff swivel hooks, triple metaline 8-in, 4 

Differential blocks, 1 ton, 5 at $15 ; galv. buckets, 8 doz at $3. 12 at $2.50 

Acme bolts, 150 at 5c, 2155 at 3c, 1110 at 2c ; F. H. stove bolts, 30 at 3c 

Nuts : hex, £-in, 100 lbs at 8c, 1\ to l£-in, 800 lbs at 6Ae, 1-in, 600 lbs at $5.70, g-in, 600 
at $6.10 ; square §-in, 1000 lbs at 5c 

Screws : coach, 2207 at 2c, 2943 at lc. 309 at fc, 150 at ho ; R. H. N. P, 6 gross at 90c, 6 
at 75c, 6 at 60c ; asst, 216 gross, $106.11 

Carr. rivets, 50 lbs at She, 200 at 8c, 100 at 7c, 200 at $6.87 ; boiler rivets, 100 at 6ic 

Couplings, 60, $4.50 ; elbows, 180, $13.08 ; mal. tees, 78, $5.82 ; washers, 100 lbs $5.50. . . 

Peavies, 4 doz at $12.50 ; H & C. hooks, 6 doz at $2, wire, 2 gross at $1.65, 24 doz at 12c. 

Methylated spirits, 25 galls at $2 ; carbide, 800 lbs at 6f,c ; asbestos wicking, 10 lbs at 25c, 

Hammer handles, 12 doz at 85c, 24 doz at 75c ; cut tacks, 6-oz, 36 doz at 22^c 

Ship augers, f, 1 doz $10.40, 5^8, | doz at $8.40, |, 1 doz $7.20 ; pipe cutter No 4, $8 . . . 

Swing hose racks, 2 at $5, 2 at $4 ; grindstones, 1270 lbs at $1.10 

Locks : rim 4 doz at $3.75 ; cup 2 doz at $1.25, WA 102, 1 doz $6.50 ; drawer 1 doz $4.50, 
6 at $1.50 

Rim knobs, 4 doz at $4 ; copper rivets and burs, 16 lbs at 35c ; nickel plated pulls, 2 
doz, $2 . 75 _ 

Pulley block, 1 ton, $12 ; galv. awn. pulleys, 2 doz, $5.50 ; twine, 59 lbs at 15c 

Stillson wrenches : 24-in., 1 at$4, 6 at $3.90; 18-in., 2 at $3, Oat $2. 60; 14-in., 7at$1.95. 

Hand saws, 2 doz at $9 ; band saw, 40 ft at 17c ; kitchen can, $2.40 ; 1 doz plates, $2.40. 

60 ft solid brass rod tj-in., 25 lbs at 30c ; galv. rowlocks, 23 prs at 25c 

Gas lamp, $2 ; N. P. oil lamps, No 2, 1 at $8.75, No 1, 1 at $6 ; oarlocks, 6 prs at 75c, 
1 8 at 55c 

Xo 1 pump with brass cylinder. $5.78 ; brass spring oilers, 3 doz at $3.50 

Wall sail stays, o2 prs at 90c ; return bends, 1-in., 48 at 12c ; refrigerator 4 qt. $2.75. . . . 

Blankets, 4 at $3 ; 1 set auger bits, $6.25 ; 1 breast drill No 2, $4 . . ... 

Copper wire, No 10, 51 lbs at $27.30 a 100 lbs ; rubber tube, 10 ft at 25c, 12 at 15c 

Tarred marlin, 104 lbs at 14c ; turning gauges, h to H-in., 10, $4 90 

Brooms, 12 doz at $3.25 ; sundries, $30.73 

Lizotte P. A., Sorel, beef tallow, 500 lbs at 5^c 

Lizotte P. L., Boucher, tallow, 1235 lbs at 7cC 

Lussier, A & Cie, Sorel: ticking, 600| yds at 20c, 607:]: at 17c; sheeting, 261| yds at 10c; 

calico, 482 yds at 10c ; white cotton, 20$ yds at 30c, 228 at 8c ; pillow cotton, 74f yds at 

15c ; red cotton, 352| yds at 10c ; linen, 54J yds at 30c, 51 at 15c, 34H at 8c ; home-made, 

linen, 19^ yds at 30c ; towelling, 80 vds at 10c ; oilcloth, 18§ yds at 50^12 at 40c, 14 at 25c ; 

table oilcloth, CO yds at 29c, 72 at 25c ; blankets, double, 4 at $2.50, single, 156 at $1.50 ; 

printing, 120 yds at 50c ; comforters, 6 at $1 ; suits, 7 at $16 ; 1 cap, $1.25 ; napkins, 15 

doz at $2, 2 at $1.50; sundries, $7.70 

Lynch Michael, Montreal: building furnace according to tender of June 18, 1900, $210; 

building smith's furnace at shipyard, Sorel, according to tender, $145 ; less amount paid 

for board of bricklayer Miron, $2 . 50 

Madden & Son, Quebec, steam coal, 85' 384 tons at $4 . 50 per gross ton 

Mandeville Chas, Sorel, straw : 1650 lbs at 55c a 100 lbs, 2 loads at $2.50, 212 bundles at 5c. . 
Maranda, H, Ottawa : overseer at Sorel, Oct-Dec 18, 71 days at $3 ; board at Sorel, 65 weeks 

at $4 ; travel, $28.95 ■ 

Marchand J. T. & Cie, Montreal : white oak, 14 x 14-in. x 30-ft. and 12 x 12-in. x 30-ft., 6362 38 

cub. ft at 60c ; spruce, 1-in., 26,274 ft at $16 ; cherry, 1-in., 1st quality, 102 ft at 13c 

Marcil Maxime, Sorel : tamarac knees 27 

Martin Alexis, Sorel : hard coal, 6 '43 tons at $5.50 ; Reynold ville lump coal, 5972 3 <j tons at 

$4.40 ; soft coal, 32 '2 tons at $3.50 ; unloading coal, 2142 tons at 15c, 3982 at 14c : slabs, 

oh cords at $3 ; deals, 304 ft, $2. 70 

Mitchell Robert, Co, Montreal : enamel bath with 4^-in. Fuller cock, pipes to floor, and 1 

N. P. plug and overflow, $37.50 ; 9 lengths 1^-in. brass tube, 106 ft, — plug caps for same 

with screw brackets, $95 ; 4 lengths, 1-in. brass tube No 18, 12 ft of each, and 12 1-in., 

brass elbows, $15; brass cylinder castings, 481^ lbs at 25c ; brass casting ff, 237^ lbs at 

25c ; 1 7 f t ceiling light, electric, $30 ; 1 5 ft ceiling light, electric, $20 ; 1 No 46 enam 



cts. 



261,597 91 



618 14 
452 05 
413 94 
165 63 
334 15 

269 23 



Carried forward 275,886 17 



224 65 


207 53 


75 25 


82 00 


51 80 


129 00 


95 43 


180 80 


196 25 


47 50 


28 90 


68 18 


104 50 


36 39 


27 70 


31 97 


37 50 


24 35 


26 35 


62 65 


29 60 


13 25 


31 15 


16 28 


28 31 


22 25 


18 22 


19 46 


69 73 


27 50 


86 45 



950 90 



352 50 

384 23 

24 67 

266 95 

4,251 08 
30 50 



3,673 39 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V -41 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Mitchell Robert, Co., Montreal— Con. 

lavatory and basin cocks, 86.75 ; cabin bracket lamps, No 2, 4 at $5, No 1, 12 at $3.50 i 

electric shades, 18 at 60c, 12 at 50c ; 1 set electric brackets, 12 at 50c; soup and Bponge 

dish, $4; soap dishes, 10 at $1.15 ; decorated gold band, $5 ; towel racks, 6 at $1 .35, 3 at 

si ; tumbler holders, 4 at -SI ; robe hooks, 10 at 60c, G at 30c; 3 bar towel racks, li at 

$1.35; whisk holders, 2 at §1.05 ; match safes, 2 at $1.15 ; 2 waab basins, $2 ; 1 pr. V I* 

pipes to floor, $2 ; bath seat, $1.75 ; cup holders, 2 at 75c ; Edison key sockets, 12 at 20c ; 

holders, IS at 9c ; repairing, No and 7 Karting injectors, 1 at §14.25, lat §17.25 ; small 

items, §5 . 35 

Moore T. F. & Cie, Montreal : Scotch steam coal, 1,956 "67 tons at $3. 25 ; Sydney steam coal, 

950*36 tons at $3.15 ; Cumberland Smiths' coal, 138 tons at $4.60 ; towing and trimming 

barge, $10 : labour, men's time trimming coal, $27 

Morencv Joseph, Sorel : plates, 4 doz, $5.10 ; cups and saucers, 1 doz, $2 ; glasses, 59, $5.92; 

* I r mirrors, 10, $4.05 ; reflectors, 11. $3.35 ; small items of tableware &c, $49.46 

MacGregor Gourlay Co, Gait : Poney planer and countershaft, 24", $160 ; band saw 36", 

$170; Xo. O. O. moulder, 4-sided, $574; No. S. C. E. B. surfacer, $412.25; band saw 

Bett and filing apparatus, $22.50; No 3 wood lathe and countershaft 20" swing, $54 ; 

1 pr matcher heads for O. O. moulder, $18.50 ; 3 sets matcher cutters ^ to §", g to H and 

"_' ", si 4. 40 ; grinding machine for planer knives, $9 : 1 brazing frame and tongs, $4. . . . 
Macleod D. R. Quebec, pitch pine, hewn and sawn: 7,336 ft at 39c; 22,827 '7 ft at 37c; 

13,127 72 cub. ft at $33 

Macpherson Alex. & Son. Montreal ($2,645.83)— 

Iron: Lowmoore 942 lbs. at $5.50; Norway, 711 lbs at $4; oval, 6,034 lbs at 4c; re- 
fined, 475 lbs at $2.35 ; " Crown," 4,998 lbs at $L .90 ; round, 4", 2,212 lbs at 3c 

Best stud link proof coil chain, 1,012 ft, §", 8,050 lbs at $5.15 

Angles, 3 x 3 \ if", 6,700 lbs at $3.40 ; angles and bars 7,002 lbs at $1 .90 

Steel channels. 7, 9 x 3£ xU20 ft, 3,682 lbs at $3.25 

Wrought iron blocks — swivel ho-ks : single, for § rope, 6 at $1.30 ; double for f" rope, 
(5 at $2.30 : triple, for g" rope, 6 at $3.10, for 14/' rope, 6 at $5.75, for V/' rope, 6 at 
$8 25 

Mai. iron elbows and tees, 477 lbs -S40.04 ; unions, $ to H", 8* doz, $19.21 

Nipples, J, to 3", 14 doz, $12.80 ; pint tins, mexaline, i gross $24 

Glass : lh x Sh, 100 ft, 5 cases at $3. 80 ; 2 panes, $2.50 ; diamond, double, 31 lights, $12.25 

Oak belting, single, lj| in., 60 ft, $5.40 ; washers, 10 lbs, $5.50 

Oak belting, double : 10", 54 ft at $1.16£ ; 8'', 150 tt at 91fc ; 7", 60 ft at 81c ; 6". 100 iz 
at 08?c ; 5", 100 ft at SO^c ; 3i", 150 ft at 38 ^c ; 3", 300 ft at 32fc ; 2f", 100 it at 
2i) r 7 n c ; 24/', 100 ft at 27c ; 2", 150 ft. at 20/^c 

Cut nails : 2", 10 kegs at $2.80 ; 2.^", 20 kegs at $2.65 ; 3", 25 kegs at $2.55 ; 4, 5 and 6", 
50 kegs at $2. 50 

Wire nails : 5 and 6", 2 kegs at $3.10 ; 3 and 4", 10 keers at $3.20 ; 2V\ 1 keg at $3.25 ; 
H", 1 keg at $3 . 50 ; 14/', 1 keg at $3 . 80 ; 1", 1 keg~at $4.15 

Boiler tubing 4" dia b' 1", long, 484 ft at 28c ; extra for cutting $1 ; cartage 50c 

Feather edge cake steel, 1 to H x %", 609 lbs at $1.90 ; door knobs 6 doz $2.08 

Cut tacks, 10 oz, 24 doz at 31c ; 8 oz, 24 doz at 26ic ... 

Screws. | to 2 x 5 to 16", 108 erross, $22.50 ; sundries, $5.22 ; less freight, $24.31 

McAvity, T. & Sons, St. John ($1,972.18)— 

Double extra heavy gun metal steam cox: 2-in, 24 at $5.60; H-in, 26 at $3.86; If in, 
24 at $2.82; 1-in, 24 at $1.83; if-in, 24 at $1.23; i-in, 30 at 83c; ^ in, 24 at 56c; 
j -m, 24 at 50c ~ 

McA. XX steam cox: 2-in, 24 at $6.75; 1-in, 24 at $2; ^-in, 12, $17.04; 4j-in, 12 at $1 



Ga. cox ex. heavy, C. I. ball, A-in, 6 at 60c 



T. H. pit cox, fin, 24 at 25c 

66c 

McA. gun metal globe valves, soft copper seats : fin, 36 at 73c ; § in, 36 at 



6 at 



4,-in,36; 



at $1.07; |-in, 36 at $1.47 

McA. check valves, gun metal : If in, 12 at $2.40 ; 1-in, 12 at $1 .73 ; f-in, 12 at $1 27 : 

£-in, 12 at 87c ; |-in, 12 at 80c ; fin, 12 at 73c | 

McA. N. P. sight feed connection lubricators : double, No. 4, 5 at $17 ; single, No. 3, 5 

at $12 i 

McA. , 1890, boiler feeders : No. 35, 2 at $36 ; No. 10, 2 at $9 . 34 

Water gauge columns complete with ex. heavy reg. ga. cox and steam gauges, 3 at $17.50| 

Water gauges, ^ iron wheel, 4 sets at $6 ; Boston pipe vises, 2 at $12.50 j 

Brass cased steam gauges, 84,-in, 200 lbs, 4 at $10.20 ; brass bell pulls, No. 2, 12 at! 

Double extra heavy gauges, 6-in, 50 lbs, 2 at $8.40 ; brass gongs, 12-in, 2 at $9 

I. W. water gauges, No. 5, 2 guards g glass, 3 sets at $4.80 ; gong pulls, 12 at $1 .25 . . 

Extra large gong pulls, 12 at $1 . 75 ; gong cranks, 24 at 50c, 24 at 30c 

Gauge glasses. 14 to 18 x § to f-in, 12 doz at 90c ; asst gauge glasses, 18 at 20c 

Jingle bells. 6 at $2.25 ; dise holders with copper heats, £ to 2-in, 24, $12.81 

Xo 4. B. cranes, screw plate and dies complete, 1 set . 

Mai. elbows, | to 2-in, 516, $120.53 ; bushes, crosses, flanges etc, $40.04 

Curtis pressure regulators If in, 2 at $25.20 : gong bells and frames, 10-in, 2 at si;. 7:.. 
Brass combination steamboat oiler sets, 4 at $8 ; English oilers, 2 doz. si 1 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
275,686 17 



:>72 83 

10,024 62 

69 88 



1,438 65 
15,637 09 



494 09 
414 58 
360 84 
119 67 



124 20 
65 25 
36 80 
33 75 
10 90 



617 10 

269 75 

52 90 
15 08 
13 65 
13 80 
3 47 



426 22 
239 04 

13 56 

146 52 
93 60 



145 00 


90 68 


52 50 


49 00 


73 80 


34 80 


20 W 


40 20 


14 40 


26 31 


45 00 


161 47 


63 00 


43 00 


308,063 47 



V-42 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 
Brought forward .... 



McAvity, T. & Sons, St. John— Con. 

Loco, steam whistle, 5^ in., $30 ; chime whistle, 6-in, $35 . 

Grease cups, 3-in, 12 at $2.25, 2|-in, 12 at $1.60, 2-in, 12 at $1.35 ; 1 pr extra steel jaws, $2 

Tallow pumps, 3i x 3.V in, 6 at .$4.50 ; cylinder relief valves, j-in, 4 at $3.37| 

Flanged extra heavy globe, bronze spindle seat 

McCarthy, D. & J., Montreal ($2,397)-- 

Rent of shipyard St. Joseph de Sorel, Jan 1, 1899 to July 1, 19 JO, H years at $1,200. . . . 

Rent of wharf at Sorel, Nov. 1, 1898-May 1, 189J, lh years at $450; less amount paid 

to Capt. Jos. Paul, $78 

McCullough, (4. W., Ottawa : dry lumber, 11,259 ft at $15 ; l,115at $12 

McDougall, John, Montreal ($2,789. 10)-- 

Large spur wheels, 4, 45.680 lbs at 4^c ; bolts for same, 590 lbs at 4.U' 

Cylinder castings, 9,627 lbs at 3^c ; winch frames, 4800 lbs at 2|c, 9520 at 2hc 

McGrath John, Montreal, piloting tug John Pratt from Lachine to Preseott and back to 

Montreal 

McLeod & Henry Co, Troy N Y : Queen's run fire brick, 8^00 at $39.50, $316 ; Queen's run 

No. 1 wedge fire brick, 1000, round nose jambs, 50, .square tire brick, 1600, No. 1 circle 

firebrick, 3000, in all, 5650 at $37.50; No 1 and 2 circle brick, 1500 at $39.50; 

ground fire clay, 5000 lbs at |c ; less freight, $108 .58 

McKenzie, M. & Co, Montreal : hair mattress XX spec, black, 500 lbs at hlhc ; tarred heav- 
ing line, ij-in,, 913 lbs at 12c; Russian halyards, 7;S-in., 99| lbs ;it life ; caulking cotton, 
700 lbs at lie ; Savanagh duck, 3604; yds at 14c ; red pine pitch, 15 brls. at $2.25 ; Govt. 
standard life jackets, 50 at 75c ; Govt, standard romd life bu ys, 12 at $3.70 ; best rosin, 



1,520 lbs at $12.22 ; signal lights, 1 pr No. 2, $7.70 
Co, Montreal: "Hatfield '" 



New Jersey fire 



McNally W & Co, Montreal : " Hatfield " fire clay, 4000 squares, at $24 50 
clay, A. 1, 10 brls at $2.95; split fire bricks, 200 at $2.70 ; freight 65c. . . . 

Northey Manfg Co, Toronto : air pump and condenser, 10 x 12 x 12, $575 ; duplex pumps, 
10 x 6 x 12, 1 at $348, 6 x 3| x 7, 2 at $112 . 20 ; tank pumps, 4£ x 3g x 4, 2 at $79 

Nova Scotia Coal Co, New Glasgow : 2 propeller shafts and 2 tail shaits, 5-in., 4,500 lbs at lie; 
steel shafts, to sketch, 2,565 lbs at 8c ; steel shafts, 14, 17,735 lbs at 4gc ; steel billets, 
forged only, 8^ in. sq. x 3 f t 6 in., 10,855 lbs. at $2.95 • 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co, Ottawa : pipe covering, 2^-in., 295 ft at 28c, 3-in. 20 ft at 36c. 
4-in., 54 ft at 35c, 5-in., 11 ft at 42c ; tees covering, 2h. 14 at 41c ; elbow covering for 14 
elbows, $4.45 ; boiler and cylinder covering, 270 ft at 25c 

Page Joseph, Sorel, tamarac knees, 28 

Page Lanctance, Sorel, tamarac knees, 19 

Paradis C O, Sorel: Brussels carpet, 21 ^ yds $21.33; tapestry carpet, 11 yds at 80c, 7J at 
50c ; ticking, 112| yds at 20c ; oilcoth, 1 pc. $1.25. 29& yd- at $i, 15£ at 50c, 5 at 40c, 2| at 25c; 
duck, 75 yds at 15c, 304 at 12c, 54 at 10c ; white cotton. 50 yds at 10c ; red cotton, 10 yds 
at 12c, 30 at 10c, 3-H at 9c; canvas, 10§ yds at 20c; linen tahle covering, 17^ yds at 
45c ; linen, 6 yds at 30c, 12 at 20c, 30 at 10c ; yellow cotton, 6H yds at 9c, 10 at 5c ; calico, 
44,^ yds at 10c; plush, 3 yds at $1 ; satin, 3 'yds at 60c; sheets, 18 a f . $1, 12 at 75c : 5 
o'clock tea, 6 at 85c; tray cloths, 2 doz at $2.40, 4 at 50c; napkins, 0| doz, $15.20; 
towels, 16 at 55c, 10 at 20c, H doz at $4.80 ; pillow covers, 6 at 50c ; table cloths, 1 at 
$1.75, 1 at $1, h 3oz at $5; rugs, 1 at $4, 1 at $1.50 ; table covers, 1 at $10, 2 at $3 ; 
quilts, 6 at $1.25, 3 at 80c ; d'oilies, 1 doz at $3, 1 at $2.40; blankets, 4 prs at $3.50 ; 
blue suits, 8 at $12.50; badges, 12 at $1 ; blue caps, 7 at $1 ; silk, 3k yds at 90c, 34, at 
55c : feathers, 25 lbs at 15c ; ribbon, 5 yds at 20c ; sundries, $13.22 

Patenaude N. F., Sorel, castings : gun metal, 902f lbs at 30c ; brass, 486 lbs at 30c, 8894; at 
25c; brass finished, 2,036i lbs at 10c ; bronze, 831 lbs at 10c: special metal, 8,279 lbs at 
3^c, 39,025 at 3c ; iron, 20,553 lbs at 2ic, 96,083iUt lie ; babbit metal, 65 lbs at 20c ; hard 
net, 94 lbs. at 10c ; lead weights, 503 lbs at 10c, 168 at 5c ; sundries, $3.14 

Patten, Charles, Ottawa, Patton star glass lined chemical fire extiuguishers, 100 at $15 each. 

Paul Bruno, Mdme, St. Joseph de Sorel : ferriage for season 1899, $25; sundry trips, $11. 32. 

Paul J. E. N, Sorel : 2 passages, from Sorel to Cap Sante, $4 ; freight to Cap Sante, $15.50 ; 
freight to St. Croix, $11 .•■■■.• 

Paul Capt Jos, Sorel, amount paid as equivalent to 39 days work at $2 per day for time in- 
capaciated for work through injuries sustained from a fall at Sorel being in full settle- 
ment of all claims for damages (deducted from D & J. McCarthy's rent account) 

Piatt W. M. : cash advanced for expenses on raft purchased 

Pontbriand C. A., Sorel: castings, 8152 lbs at 2ic ; chisel handles, 250 at 22c ; tube cutter 
wheels, Oat 75c; mechanics, 9^ d at $1.90, 63!f at $1.75 

Pontbriand & Frere, Sorel : castings, 35,216 lbs at 2^c ; special castings, 9750 lbs at 3c ; cast 
steel, 42 lbs at 15c ; connecting rods, 4, 2110 lbs atlic ; mechanic, 35 d at $1.75 ; sundry, 75c 

Proctor J O, Sorel : pine spars, 824 ft at 25c ; timber, "7842 ft at 20c ; less, cash advanced Mr 
W. M. Piatt on Mr Proctor's order, $20 

Pyke Jas. W, & Co, Montreal : 5 boiler tubes, 4 x 14, 70 lbs at 28 Jc ; 2\ x 14, 20 tubes, 280 lbs 
at 17^c 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners : 1 boat, 15 ft, $25 ; 2 prs oars at $2 

Queen City Oil Co, Ottawa : engine oil, No 1, 129 galls at 35c 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
308,063 47 

65 00 
64 40 

40 50 

13 88 

1,800 00 

597 00 

182 26 

2,082 15 
706 95 

20 00 

516 05 

547 73 

133 5f 

1,305 40 

1,862 83 



191 01 
26 00 
21 00 



469 43 



4,422 95 

1,500 00 

36 32 

30 50 



78 00 
20 00 


392 96 


1,272 89 


1,754 40 


68 95 
29 00 
45 15 



328,359 73 



'UBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-43 



St. Lawrence Slilp (humid — Continual. 



Brought forward 



Kenan I, KingA Patterson, Montreal : chairs, 2 at $6, 1 at$5, 12at$4.50, 6a1 $3.50 ; Windsor 

mattresses, 2 at $13 ; bevel mirrors, 30x30, 1 at $11.85, 10x12, 7at$2.75 ; table w. stand 

$18.50 : silk floss comforts, 2 at $7.50 : pillows, 6 prs at $1.50, 12 at $1 ; folding stools, 12 

at 75c 
Rice Sharpley & Sons, .Montreal : Tniax dry paper, (10-in, (10 yds, $13.50 ; blue print paper, 

40-in, 8 rolls at $1.60, 30-in, 12 rolls at $1.20 
Richard Alcide, Sorel : extension table, $26 ; mattresses, 2 at $2.50, wire, 1 at .$4.50, 1 at $3 ; 

hard wood stools, 5 doz at $6; revolving- stool, 1 at $2; 4 stools, $2; cane seat oak 

spring chairs, 2 at $5 ; office chair, $2 : . rin chair for engine, $1.25 ; stoic truck, $3 ; bed 

springs, 2 at $2.50 ; leg.-, fen- tables, 4 at $1 ; cherry planks, 18, $13.50 ; chair bottoms, 3, 

75c ; repairs, 25c 

Robertson dam. s, Co, Montreal : white lead, 4024 lbs at O^c ; red lead, 2431 lbs at 5c ; pure 

whit© lead in oil, 2154 lbs at $6.75 ; lead pipe, , L , to 2-in x 6 to 20- in, 240(W, lbs $153.42 
Robertson Thos. & Co, Montreal ($5,297.48)— 

Rivets : Noi way cone head, 4900 lbs at $4.75 ; B.B. cone head, 800 lbs at $4.50, 22,100 at 
$4.25, 1 1,000 at $4, 14,400 at $3.35, 2200 at $3.20 

Steel plates : 25, si;', lbs at $3.25 ; 3722 lbs at $3 15 ; 2320 lbs at $3 

Angle .steel, 10,674 lbs at $3.40, 3038 lbs at $3.25 ; sheet steel, 10,071 lbs at $3.40 

lion, galv, 1143 lbs at 4. J ,c, bla< k sheet, 783 lbs at $3.25 ; sheet lead, 589 lbs at $5.10 

Pig lead", 1012 lbs at $4.1 5 ; sheet copper, G ft x 4 ft x 14 oz, 372 lbs at 28c 

Phosphor bronze, Eng. 140 lbs at 27c, Amer. 170 lbs at 2(ic ; zinc No 9, 321 lbs at 8c. . . . 

Emb. "Sirdar " syphon jet water-closet complete, $30.60 ; Richelieu closets, 4 at $3.84.. 

Pine copper lined syphon cisterns, 4 at $3.90 ; galv. boilers, 40 gall. 2 at $10.50 

Boiler tubes, % x 10-m,- 350 ft at 14c ; 1 " Eclair " R.R. washout closet, $15.80 

Flushing hoppers, with hardwood seats hinged on bowl, G at $7.75 

" Moon's " pulley block and chains, 40 cw r t. $19 ; sheet brass, G8 lbs at 24ic, 15^ at 24c. . 

Jenkins glob valves : !-in, 12 at 45c ; | in, 12 at 51c ; |-in, 12 at 66c ; f-in, 12 at 90c 
1-in. 12 at si. 15 : ij-in, 12 at $1.04 ; H-in, 12 at $2.25 _ 

E. C. k B. ex heavv brass globe valves : J-in, 12 at 3Gc ; §-in, 12 at 42c ; i-in, 12 at 54c 
|-in, 12 at 73c ; 1 in, 12 at $1.02 ; If in, 12 at $1.52 ; H-in, 12 at $2.03" 

Detroit lubricators : 2.' ; -in, 12 at $1.01 ; 2-in, 30 at 78c ; H-in, 30 at 65c ; globe valves 
4-in, 2 at. $9 ; cherry closet seats, No 13, 4 at $1.20 



412 04 



Angle valves, : to vm, 12 at $1.10, 12 at 90c ; galv. pipe, f-in, 202^ ft at $7.70, -i-in, 211 

ft at $6.03 

Ir:n pipe, 6-in, 1G ft, $15.00 ; wrought iron pipe, G ft at $1.95 ; lead waste pipe, H-in, 

GH lbs $3.81 

Mall, close return bends. 1-in, 53 lbs at 17c ; tees, 534 lbs at 13^c ; asst. 144, $7.98 

Elbows and unions, 192, $7.45 ; plugs, 144, $1.58 ; best black paint in oil, 1000 lbs at $2. 10 
¥"ellow taint, in oil, 1200 lbs at $2.70 ; magnetic oxide in oil, 90 p.c. oxide, 2000 lbs at 5c 

" Armstrong " dies, 2-in, 5, $5.25 ; 1-in relief valve set, 80 lbs at $5 ; sundry $15.81 

Robidoux Cyrille, Sorel: ice supplied and packed in shipyard icehouse, 103 tons at 50c; 
calling coal and placing in bin. 289 tons at 20c; carting smith's coal from boat, 138 tons 
at 18c; carting square pitch pine from Beithier to Sorel, 202 tons at $1.20; ship knees 

bh tons at $1 

Robiltard & Co, Montreal ($1,305.54)-- 

Carpet: 4 yds at $3 10 ; Brussels, 59| vds at $1.50; tapestrv, 3yds at $2.80 ; Wilton. 14| 

yds at $2.50 ; border, 30^ yds at $2 50 ; making, 914 yds at 10c 

Plush, 50 vds at $2.25 ; card, 00 vds at 10c. ; silk, 17 vds at $5 25, 3 at 50c 

Velvet, 24;; yds at ^^.50, at $1.50 ; alicute, 10 yds at 95c; linoleum, 5 : \ yds $5.33 

Fringe, llf yds at $1.90, h yd at $2; tamabave, 7 yds at $1.55; edgm, 5 yds at $1 ; 

sateen, 10 yds at 35c 

Wool flock, 1G2 yds at 5c; edging, !» yds ut 75c: curtain loops, 7 prs at $2.50 

Goose feather pillows, 00 lbs at 00c ; c-uspadors, 4 at $2, 16 at $1 . 25 

Blanket-. 3 prs at $5.50, 2 at $4.80; comforter, 1 at $5 50; F. springs. G at $2.75. . . . 

Brass bed 10 x 4, $23.30 ; stair, 50 lbs at 45c; moss, 322 lbs. at 10c 

Pateas Electric felt, 2 x 0, G at $7.25, 4 x 0, 1 at $10 ; buttons, 37 doz at 15c 

Loops, 5 prs at S3. 50 ; No 20 Hire, 1 x 4, 1 at $3.70; rugs, 2 at $8; plush mats, 2 at 

$3.50 

Quilts, 12 at $2.75 ; down quilt, $10 ; cocoa mats, 3 at SI .75, 2 at 75c 

Tabling, 47i yds at SI .25 ; crash, 55 yds at 13c : traverse rin-, 1 doz $2.50 

Napkins, 3 doz at $3.75; crumb brush, $5; towel bar, $2.80; towels. 1 doz. $8, 15 at 

13c 

Tile, rubber flooring, 15£ ft at $3.15 ; fiarde futnde, 2 at $3.50 

Dinner set, 98 pes, $25, 1 at $15 : chamber sets, 9 al $3 : coffee cups, 2 do/, at $2 

Glasses, 4. 1 , doz at $5, H do/, at $5.60, 2 at $3.50 ; soup tureen, $3 ; plates, 2 do/, at $2.25. 

Jardinieres, 1 at $4, 2 at $2.50 : sake! dish, $3.25 ; cake dishes. 2 at $1 .00 

Finger bowls, 1^ doz at $3.15 ; cheese dish, $2 ; rings, ; , ! doz. at $2 ; sundry, $9.30. . . . 

Roy Narcisse. Sorel. tamarac knees, IS 

Royal Electric Co, Montreal: 14 imperial 1). C. arc lamps, 5 amp. lib v. black finish, 14 
clear type 100 outer globes, 100 inner globes, and 1 tube brush, $3.50; 1). B. wire, No 1 
to 1G, 1030.!, lbs $214.03 ; cotton covered cable, 833 vds at 4c; clear rosettes, 200 at 13c. ; 
R.E. Co's lamps, 16 o. p. Ho v, 200 at 20c; key sockets, fibre lined, 200 at 15c; flex.j 

Carried forward 330,452 83 



$ cts. 

328,359 73 

212 00 

40 70 



112 25 


691 99 


2,320 80 


1,025 70 


804 0G 


106 93 


140 16 


107 G8 


45 96 


30 00 


64 80 


40 50 


39 39 


90 72 


79 44 


86 40 


52 33 


31 11 


24 35 


30 03 


132 40 


20 06 



232 36 


222 78 


110 75 


42 68 


32 35 


82 00 


48 10 


78 00 


5!) 05 


44 20 


40 75 


r,S 71 


2«) 00 




71 00 


45 40 


10 05 


17 53 


20 50 



V-44 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Royal Electric Co., Montreal — don. 

conduit, i-in, 200 ft at 8c, |-in, 100 ft at 7c; hinged perfection wire guards, 140 at 7c ; 
porcelain cleats, No 2, 598, $10.76; green shades, 10 at 40c; copper tipped fuses, 120, 
$7 ; solder, 8 lbs at 27c; branch cutouts, 50, $10.08 ; Perkin's switches, 19 at 35c; D. P. 
Bryant switches. 5 at 75c ; porcelain knobs, 340, $3.36 ; glass insulators, 72, $3.05 ; porcelain 
tubes, 400, $3.32 ; red fibre, 35 ft, $12.08 ;sundry $5.23 

Samson Jos, steamboat inspector, (Quebec : drawing of boiler for steamer, E J Bridges and 
specifications, $20; travel and outlay, $133.95; board at Sorel, 40i d, $60.80 ; board at 
Toronto, 2h, d, $6.25 ". ! 

Scott Arthur E, Quebec : steam run of mine coal, 40 tons at $5.50 ; cartage and weighing, 
40 tons at 20c 

Sclater Wm & Co, Montreal : spring back packing, 52^ lbs at 75c. ; square and rubber pack- 
ing, 78 lbs at 60c ; " Peerless " piston packing, 100 lbs at 65c; rubber bestos packing, 
924 lbs at 50c; electric engine packing, 28^ lbs at 50c; white waste, 1602 lbs at 6r?c. ; 
steam rubber hose, |-in and 1-in, 5 ply, 90 ft, $48.78 ; asbestos, 843 lbs at 3c 



Shearer James Co, Montreal : pine, K D 3-in, 2184 ft at 6c, 2-in, 1010 ft. at 5c, H-in, 1002 

ft at 4hc, lj-in, 1001 ft at 4^c; cherry, 1-in, 402 ft at 13c; walnut, 2-in, 46 ft" at 13c, 

1-in, 53 ft at 12c 

Shepuard, Jas. & Son, Sorel ($4010.30)- 

Pine : clear, 2-in, 1000 ft at $45, 1-in, 1000 ft at $38 ; No 2, 3-in, 1009 ft at $32 ; dressed 
225 ft at $40, 6809 at $20, 5503 at $18, 477i at $16 ; market, 1 x 7 in, 15,702 ft at $20, 
1 x 6 in, 20,000 ft at $17 ; No 4, 3-in, 3207'ft at $13 ; cull pine, 3 in, 1014 ft at $9; 6 
pes. pine, 163A ft at $30 

Spruce : 9634 ft at $18, 9985 at $16 ; dressed, 6210 ft at $15, 8104 ft at $13 ; 2-in, spruce, 
20,000 ft at $14 ; round split, 482 lin ft at 3c ; spruce for scaffol 1, 912 If at 3c ; round 
spruce, 72 lin ft at 15c ; clear spruce for oars, 13 ft x 3 in x 7 in, 20 pieces, $11 .38 ; 
spruce clapboards, 6500 ft at $15 ; spruce for mast, 70 ft at 10c 

Tamarac : 1029 ft at $25 ; ^6 lin ft at 18c, 301 at 16c ; 3-in, D 2 S, 18 pes at 25c 

Hemlock, 2062.^ ft at $15 ; birch, 1-in, 1000 ft at $25 ; cedar, round, 398 ft at 10c, 120 at 8c 

White oak, 6| x 6^ x 8 ft, 2253^ ft at $65 ; oars, red pine, 4 at 50c ... 

Resawed, Tand G, dressed on 2 sides, beaded etc: 75 pes at 3c, 299 at 2gC, 8243 at 2c, 860 at l|c 

Moulded, 100 pes at 4c, 1316 at 3c, 466 at He, asst. pieces, $31.52 

Moulding : 908 lin ft, $6.75 ; birch, 15 pes at 22c, 110 at 20c, 102 at 16c, 27 at 14c, 36 at 12c 

Sawing : 39,152 ft at $1 .25 ; 62,587 ft at 80c ; sundry sawing $18 

Drying 12 pes oak $5 ; resawing, $15 . 76 ; planing, $3 

Cedar shingles, 53 M at $3 ; laths, 154 bdls at 25c ; sundry $52 .03 

Sorel Fire Brigade, amount paid in recognition of assistance rendered by them on March 19, 

1900, in extinguishing a fire which broke out in the Government workshops 

Syracuse Smelting Works, Montreal : ingot copper, 1033 lbs at 18^c, 87 at 17c; phosphor tin. 

184 lbs at 36c 

St. Louis, L, Sorel, tallow, 797 lb^ at 7c . ... 

Thorn John S, Quebec : use of str. Hope attending on dredge No. 6 in inner dock, moving 

and dumping scows etc, 15 d at $15 ; freight on 13,127 ft of pitch pine timber from 

Quebec to Sorel, $393.81 

Trempe A. C, Sorel ($389.38)— 

Cook stoves : "Quick Sterling," $20 ; " Woodland," $8 ; " No 8," $8 

Heavy steel plate range, $38 ; kitchen utensils, $18 .88 , 

Lanterns, H doz at $9, 2 at $8.50, 3 at 70c, 4 at 65c ; lantern burners, 4 dz at $1.50, 1 at 

Glass : double thick, 22 x 11 to 12, 4 panes at 35c, 82 at 20c ; asst. 257 panes, $20.12 . . . 

Hickory sledge handles, 3-ft, 12 dz at $1.80, 12 at $1.70 ; hammer handles, 18-in, 6 at 65c 

Paint brushes, 6 at $1.20, 6 for 90c, 1 at 65c ; screws, 36 gross, $8.04 ; zinc pails L 1 dz $3 

White gloss paint, 5 galls at $1 ; sand paper, 6 gross at $1.25 ; box stoves 2 at $5.50. . . . 

Steel shovels, 6 at 75c ; tubular globes, 8 at 90c ; hammers, 12 at 70c ; pearline, 2 doz $2. 10 

Galv. pulleys, 14, $2.90 ; door latches, 8, $4.65, 1 at $1.15 ; rim knob locks, 12 at 30c. . . 

Provisions, $56.54 ; whitewash brushes, 5, $2.50 ; varnish brushes, $3, $1.95 

Wooden screws, 6 gross, $2.10 ; hinges, 13 pr $3.57 ; sundry, $26.03 

Trout H. G. Buffalo N.Y : propeller wheel, 8 ft 6 in dia No. 76, $137 ; 3 propeller wheels, 

.3790 lbs at 5c 

Webster G. M. & Co, Quebec : steam coal, 38 ' 49 tons at $5 

Weir, J. & R. Montreal ($9,510)- 

Marine D. flue boiler, hydrostatic pressure of 200 lbs 

Cylindrical navy boilers, as per contract, 2 at $2600 

Double acting feed pump, $95 ; douhle feed pump with rod and eccentric, $90 

Williams A R & Co, Montreal: Wescott universal chuck, 7i-in, 3 jaw, 15^-in, 4 jaw, 2, 

$49.50 ; Sweetland index chuck 24-in, 4 jaw, 1 at $35.75 ; face plate fitted to lathe spindle, 

$10 ; threaded face plate for 15^-in chuck, $5. 50, for 7^-in chuck, $3.50 

Wright J. A, Sorel : butter dishes, 2 at $3.50; alarm clocks, 4 at $1.25; time clocks, 4 at 

SI ; looking-glasses, 2, $1 ; sundries, $3.50 

Wurtele J. W. & Co, Ottawa : asbestos, boiler covering, 1880 sq ft at 25c ; pipe covering with 

necessarv elbows and tees, 1169 ft, $337.25 ; pipe covering, 5-in, 11 ft at 42c, 4-in, 76 ft 

at 35c, 2^-in, 295 ft at 28c ; 2^-in, tees, 14 at 41c ; elbows, 2|-in 13 at 31c, 4-in, 4 at 44c ; 

block covering, 230 sq. ft at 34c ; repairs to dredge Laurier, 41 ft at 25c; repairs to tug 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
336,452 83 

797 59 

221 00 

228 00 

805 63 
336 28 

1,076 94 



984 13 


95 66 


105 34 


148 47 


179 99 


81 99 


56 47 


1,008 02 


23 76 


249 53 


40 00 


269 55 


55 79 



618 81 



36 00 


56 88 


42 20 


37 92 


45 90 


19 79 


23 50 


22 20 


12 30 


60 99 


31 70 


326 50 


192 48 


4,125 00 


5,200 00 


185 00 


104 25 


20 50 



354,378 89 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-45 



St. Lawrence Sliip < lianncl — Continued. 
Brought forward 



-cart 



Wurtele, J. W. & Co., Ottawa— Con. 

Cartier 153 ft at 25c ; less, by time of men unloading and carting material 
2 d at .$1 .50 ; men, 20 d at 80c 

Freight and express ($3505.23) — 

Canadian Express Co, $49.40 ; Canadian Pacific Ry freight $295.93 

Dominion Express Co, $9 ; United Counties Ry, freight, §1000.36 

Richelieu k Ontario Nav. Co, freight, .$1117.05; less, painting range lights on pier ai 

Sorel, $51.87 

South Shore Ry, freight, $1190.28; less, H, Beauchemin's account of— B. C. fir, 940 ft 
at $4$; angle, (.'lianncl and steel plate, 2900 lbs at 3|c ; steel boiler rivets, 25 lbs at 
: 5 .',<.■ ; use of forge, 4 d at $2 ; smith's coal, h ton at $5.50 ; total, $148-17, by 21 scrap 
steel rails, -1550 lbs at lc ; amount deducted from freight, $102.67 

Payments under $20: asbestos cement, 250 lbs, $6.25; blacksmith's repairs, $10 ; board, 15 d 
at $1-, 30 d at 50c, 19 days, $10.86, sundry $1.50 ; brooms, birch, 12 doz at 75c ; cartage, 
$1.50 ; crockery, $3.10 ; cushions for tug-, 6 at $2 ; ground rent for flags and beacons, $66 ; 
hardware, $11.18; kit bag, 18-in, $9; Lloyd's survey held on boilers and hull of str. 
En r< fea, $6 . 43 ; lime, 3f barricks, $6 ; labour, 2| d at $1 . 50, 80 hrs at 20c ; 1 megaphone, 
S3. 75 ; pine, 10-in planks, 25, $9.50 ; 1 pc pine, sawing and dressing, $4.10 ; pine spars, 
41 ft long, 4 at $3.50; pipe, 8-in, 1196 lbs $19.14; postage, $12; provisions, $99 46; 
putting latch on door of safe $15 ; pine, 1075 ft $12, $12 . 90 ; repairs to instruments, $12.50 ; 
repg 7 chairs, $2.10; sand, 30 loads at 60c; sewing sails, awnings, curtains, &c. 
$37.49 ; ship knees, 5, $6 ; spruce, 216 ft, $2.38; round oak, 40 ft, $12; solarine, 1 gall, 
$2.50; straw, 323 bundles at 5c; towing coal barges, $10; travel and outlay, $42.20 
turning stanchions, 9 at 50c : washing for tugs, $56.21 ; sundry small payments, $39.85. , 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, $1175.33 ; Queen's Printer's account, $291.48 

Howden Jas, superintendent, travelling expenses, $1233.44 ; adv. not acct for, $200 



Department at Ottaiva. 



Salaries of Ottawa officials . 
Travel of Ottawa officials. . 



(Page V -13) 

(End of P WExp.) 



Hydrographic survey of St. Lawrence. 
Hydrographic survey as detailed below (Page V— 50) 



Less — E. Rondeau, 1 pc pine. 
Total carried to page V — 2 



Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence. 

Engineer in charge, C. F. X. Chaloner, Jan.- June, 181 d. at $4.50; assistant, July-Dec, 184 
d. at $4; travel and outlay, $299.15 

Assistant, Arthur Amos, 365 d. at $4 ; travel and outlay, $140.89 ... 

ti H,. Bickerdike, 365 d, at $4 ; travel and outlay, $264.58 

Geo. J. Desbarats, April 17-May 31, 45 d. at $5 

Albert Descane, May 2-31, 30 d. at $2.50 

ii E. F. Gingras, July-Dec, 184 d. at $3; Jan.-June, 181 d. at $3.50; travel and 
outlay, $129.42 

Assistant, Jos. Martineau, Feb. -June, 150 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $39.06 

m H. Melancon, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $157.11 

Chas. McGreevy, July-Dec, 184 d. at $2.50 ; Jan.-June, 181 d. at $3 ; travel and 
outlay, $94.04 

Assistant, P. E. Parent, July-Dec, L84 d. at $4 ; Jan.-June, 181 d. at $4.50 ; travel and 
outlay, $209.59 

Assistant, E O. Roy, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $129.58 

A. R. Shehyn, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $46.89 

Bookers, days at $1.75 : Adam, Edouard, 8 ; Alie, Juvenal, 21i ; Arcand, Maurice, 15 ; Beau 
lac, Geo., 72| ; Belaire, Ed., 23; Bellemore, Emile, 16, J^-Bte., 27 ; Bureau, Emile, 6 
Chapdelaine, Leon, 67i ; Chenevert, C, 73; Danneau, Louis, 26^ ; Deleglise, Camille, 58 ; 
Dupuis, Jos. Alp., 4 ; Gagnon, Arthur, 51, Henri, 32, J. W., 53; Garceau, F., 4; Gau 
cher, A., 56 ; Gauthier, I,, 20 ; Gouin, C. O., 38^; Heroux, Ed., 28; Houle, Achille, 1U, 
Leo, 15 ; Lebranche, M., 34 ; Lafreniere, Oscar, 44 ; Lajoie, Ainedee, 9 ; Lamy, Chas^, 
17; Le Blanc, Jos., 54; Letendre, Jos., 50; Milette, Joseph N., 19; Parent, H. E., 11; 
Pelletier, Jas. G., 11 ; Piche, Laborie, 6; Plante, D., 3H ; Richard, Jos., 26i ; Sal vail 
dos., 23; Savoie, A. 23, E. 19; St. Germain, Jos., 14^ ; St. Onge, Chas. E., 56; Tre 
panier, Louis, 2 ; Vanasse, Thos., 44 ; Veronneau, S., 41^ 

Carters, (2 horses) : Dufresne, Geo., 8 d. at $3.50 ; Duval, Ernest, 1 d. at $3.50 ; Senneville 
L., 34 d. at $3.50 ; Durand, D., 2 d. at $3.25 



Carried foiward. 



$ cts. 
354,378 89 



1,040 30 

345 33 
1,009 36 

1,065 78 



1,087 61 



654 33 
1,466 81 
1,433 54 



2,916 62 
822 25 



48,528 77 



414,749 59 
21 50 



414,728 09 



1,849 65 

1,600 89 

1,724 58 

225 00 

75 00 

1,314 92 
339 06 

887 11 

1,097 04 

1,760 09 

859 58 
776 89 



2,215 56 
157 00 

14,882 37 



V-46 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1S99-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Hydrograpliic Survey of St. Itsiwreiice— Continued. 



Brought forward 



$ cts. 
14,882 37 



Carters, days at $2.50 : Allie, Ida, 28 ; Aubrey, Arthur, 20; Beliveau, H., 3 ; Bergeron, Ed 
17; Blais, Francois, 394 ; Bureau, S., 5; Camire, Geo., 18; Champagne, A., 6| ; Corbeil, 
L, VJh ; Cournoyer, J., 1: Cote, Adel, 17, L. C, 144 ; Denoncourt, Arthur, 3; Deslau- 
riers, P., 44; Descheneau, Jos., 27; Dube, Pierre, 2g : Dupins, H., 10; Gagnon, J., 8; 
Gaillardetz, C, 5; Garceon, G., 9; Gauthier, C, 4; Hebert, Jos., 17 ; Jacques, Jos. D., 
25; Lachapelle, P., 30; Liafreniere, O., 22 ; Lambert, Jos., jr., 3; Lamphron, H., 3; 
Lapreniere, Jacob, 17; Lauzier, H., 18; Leclaire, E.,23; Martel, J.-Bte., 234; Maxi- 
milian, L., 1 ; Melancon, L., 6 ; Nadeau, A., 4Sh ; Noel, Or bain, 39i ; O'Shayhnessey, 
Z., U : Pelissier, B., 33; Pelletier, R., 54 ; Pratte, A., 29A ; Proulx, H. A., 74*; Proven- 
cal, E., 474; Rene, Arthur, 15; Kosse, R., 1; Rouillard, H., 45; St. Onge, Jos., G; St. 
Pierre, L., 53^ ; Travercier, M. , 24 

Carters, days at $1.75: Abram Jos, 10 ; Adam, A 6, Chas 23 ; Alaire W, 6 ; Arvisais F, 33| ; 
Aubrey A, 2; Baribeau D, 5; Bellemore J Bte, 1 ; Beliveau H, 23; Bergeion, Ab 104, 
Avila, 6; Bi.-son Nap, 11; Boisclair Geo, 10; Blais Ferd, 20; Boisvert, Ed 10, C 35; 
Bouchard B, 17 ; Boucher A, 1 ; Boulanger C, 1 ; Boulard Alex, ; Bourassa, AG, C 2; 
Bourque Jos, 1 ; Bureau S, 18 ; Cardin, P 21, P 24; Cardarette Aug. sr, G ; Chapdelaine 
16 ; Cloutier Z, 15 ; Cote Jos, 7 ; Davely Arthur, 23| ; Delcourt A, 27 ; Delcourt Jos, 23 ; 
Demarais 1), 16 ; Desaulniers, G 21, Jos 32^, P G ; Descheneau E, 9 ; Drew Severe. 22 ; 
Dube Ernest, 3 : Dufresne Geo, 13 ; Duplessis, E 17, I 13 ; Dupuis H, 23; Fortin H, 2 ; 
Fournier Severe, 16; Francoeur Arthur, 13; Frechette Jos, 2; Gagnon C, 13; Gagnon 
Jos, 20 ; Gelinas, Jos 15, Max A ; Gerardin D, 18 ; Germain D, 9 ; Giguire Jos, HJ, ; 
Gladu P, 21 ; Grenier, Nap 32, Thos 314 ; Guay Jas, 14 ; Hele Jos, 20 ; Houle Achilfe, 
12 ; HouIm J L, 10 ; Hubert Max, 16 ; Isabelle Ed, 26 ; Jacques Jos D, 2 ; Lacerte Ulric, 
13 ; Lacouture Louis, 2 ; Lamy Alfred, 15 ; Lajoie Alfred, 33 ; Lajoie Jos, 224 ; Lapolice 
Jos, 4; Leclaire Bruno, 5; Lefebvre Jos, 13; Lemieux Arthur, 13; Lesieur, Avila 174, 
Chas 20^ . Lupiere Fame, 144 ; Lupiere H, 13; Marchand E, 20 ; Melancon L, 16 ; Mil- 
ette, Adel 13, Jos 17; Mineau O, 7; Mineau S, 28; Mongeon N, 1 : Morin Eph, 10; 
Nadeau Adel, 9 ; Noel, Aug G, D 30|, Thos 20, Urbain G ; Paul Chas, 4 ; Piche Jos, L6i ; 
Pichette Jos, 9 ; Plante O, 64 ; Poirier O, 6 ; Pombert A, 384 ; Pratte Aime, 7 ; Proulx 
Come', 20; Racine H, 2H ; Rene A, 44; Riopel Naz, 26; Hivard, Eucharist 15, Eugene 
10 ; Robicheau E, 12 ; Robideau C, 24 ; Robidas R sr, 12 ; Rosae R, 3 ; Rouette A, 16 ; 
Sarason N, 13; Savard A, 3; Semard Louis, 15; Senneville L, 4j St. Onge Jos, 2; St. 
Pierre, Louis E 294, Louis R 304 ; Thibodeau David 6, Max 204 ; Trottier Jos, 14 ; Vade- 
boncceur B, 14; Veilette G, 54 

Carters : Wm Adam, 1 d at .$1.25 ; Pierre Ethier, 1 d at $1.50; Nap Graudmont, 1 d at $1 ; 
Jos. Lussier, H d at .$1.50 ; H. Pratte, 1 d at $1.25 

Chainman, Arthur Gobeil, Jany-June, 159 d at $2 ; travel and outlay, $51.47 

Chainman, J. N. Mercure, 302 d at $1.50 ; travel and outlay 

Chainman, Leon Chapdelaine, Dec, 5 d at $1.75 

Chainmen days at $1,E0 : Antaya Jos. 5 ; Ayotte Geo, 33i ; Baribeau, J L 14, M17; Beau- 
chemin, H 17, Jos, 22, O 39| ; Belaire E, 11 ; Beland Jos, 6; Belcourt W, 5 ; Belisle A, 
18* ; Belisle N, 5 ; Beliveau, E 9. O 12 ; Benoit V, 24 ; Bergeron, A, 33§, M, 8 ; Bircher 
Jos, 6 : Brule L, 10i ; Bruneau H. 37 ; Bureau Emile, 6 ; Cantara E, 32| ; Cartier S. 74; 
Cedras A 544 ; Chapdelaine Leon, 2; Charland A, 17i ; Charland D, 24i ; Chiquette, J 
D, 54^, J M L, 59£ ; Clairmont Jos, 21^ ; Clement R, 3 ; Cote F, 24 ; Cote H, 23 ; De- 
marais A, 28^ ; Descheneau Jos, Sh ; Dupuis S, 19 ; Dupuis Urbain, 18 ; Durocher Jos. 
28A ; Fortier H, 24 ; Forcier Jos, 20 ; Frechette O, 21 ; Gagnon H, 5 ; Gauthier C E, 29; 
Hamelin H, 5; Hebert E, 38; Houle A, 1\\ Labranche Geo, 19; Locon.be Albert \\\ ; 
Lacoursier A, 3; Laforest, Jos 5, Louis 66 ; Lafieniere, Conrad 42A, O 19, U 49 ; Lajoie 
A, 15rj ; Lamphron A, 11 : Landrv Jos, 17 ; Lapensee A. 3 ; Laperriere, A 9, Jos 36 ; 
Larosee, Alfred 3H, Amable 25i, P 18i, U, 27A; Lauzmre U, 18^ ; Lorainee A, 04 ; 
Lussier Jos, 44; Martin V 3 ; Mondou D, 33 ; Noel X, 27; Paquin D, 12 ; Paul Nar- 
cisse, 19; Piche L, 5; Plante E, 14; Plante O, 4; Plemondon F, H: Pratte A, H; 
Proulx C, 10 ; Provencal Nap, 43 ; Salois P, 14 ; St Pierre I, 6 ; Tetreault H, 174 5 Ver- 
ronneau S, 7 



Flagman, days at $1.25 : Allard A, 114 ; Allie E, 154 5 Allie Jos, 6 ; Allie Louis, 44 ; Allie 
W, 214 ; Boisclair E, 144 '■> Boucher Oct oh ; Bourassa J A, 14A ; CaruM A. 4| ; Desfosse 
E, 18^"; Gagnon Chas, 1 ; Grenier Alph, 17 ; Houle W, ih ; St Amand A, ll| 

Registrars of Soundings : Jos. Bircher, 28 d at $1.75 ; C. A. Geoffrion, 30 d at $1.75 ; Alex. 
Tetreault, 154 d at $1.75 

Rodman, L. P. Chapdelaine, 24 d at $1.75 

Sounders, days at $1.50 : Arvisais H, 55 ; Aubrey A, 15 ; Beauchemin A, 17 ; Beland A, 15 : 
Blais Z, 1 ; Boisclerc E, 2 ; Boucher A, 184 ; Brousseau Chas, 2 ; Carpentier Chas, 46, X 
6; Cartier M, 34 ; Coulcombe Jos, 13; Dalbec A, 18 ; Dauplaise Arm. 31 ; Desaulniers, 
C E 24, H 13 ; Descelles W, 7 ; Doucet E, 5 ; Dugal E, 4 ; Durand A. 54 ; Durand Theo, 
37 ; Faucher E, 15 ; Gagnon Alfred, 15 ; Gagnon E, 6 ; Garceau G G, 8 ; Gaudet O, 8 ; 
Gauthier H, 2 ; Gonneville Jos, 18 ; Guardin D, 8 ; Guay Louis, 4 ; Hamelin Ferd. 7 ; 
Hebert A, ^6; Houle Tel, 18 ; Lacoussiere A, 1 ; Laflamme Augr. 18 ; Lajpie Amedee, 
9 ; Lamphron A, 254 ; Lapensee A, 204 '■> Lapointe X, 164 ; Larosee P, 184 : Lemay 
Alfred, 5 ; Lemire A, 19 ; Lesage Nar, 47; Leveillee A, 9 ; Lussier Nap," 20 ; Mar- 
chand O, 9 ; Martin V, 204 ; Metivier D, 1 ; Milette Adel. 5 ; Montour Adel. 4 ; 
Morin E. 17 ; Nadeau Adel. 27 ; Noel, Ones. 9 ; Page Jos, 3 ; Perreault O, 23 ; Plamon- 

Carried forward 



2,111 45 



2,918 68 

7 25 
369 47 
465 45 

8 75 



2,343 75 



188 18 



128 64 
42 00 



23,465 99 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V- 47 



Ely orographic Survey of St. Lawrence. Continued. 

Brought forward 



Days at §1.50— Con. 

don Ferd. 18$; Pothier A, 4; Provencal Paul, 1 ; Ratette A, 18; Rivard Jos, 0; Salois 
I'. 26i : SalvailJos, lit; Savoie Louis 17 ; St Germain Jos, 1!); St Pierre, I), 6, X. 51 ; 
Valliere NT, 50 '. 

Sounders, days at $1.25: Ban beau Max, 2 ; Carpentier Ed. 9 ; Gagnon Alfred, 1; Gelinas 
Arthur, 4 ; Lesage B, 3 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Abbott L, 2; Adam, Adolphe 17, Alfred 29, Chas 10, Geo 26, 
Henri 26, Jos 20, Ones 22, Wm 24; Alaire, Arthur IS, H 9, Louis 11, Moise 12; Allie, 
A :», .los 17'., Louis 7',; Arbour O, 7 ; Arsenault, 1)2!), T25; Arvisais Ed, 10; Aubrey, 
A 1, H 16 ; Auger E, 8 ; Aussant J B, 4(i ; Ayotte Geo, !) ; Bachand C, 14 ; Badeau V, 
1 ; Barib au, Adel 15, Donat 15, E IS, .1 L 38, Max 20. Moise 25, T 7 ; Beauchamp, L 3 ; 
Beauchemin, A 6, C 1U, P 7, U" 17 ; Belanl, Albert 26, Alfred 11, Antoine 43, D 4, i! 
34, -los it ; L.lisle, Adel 2, Arthur 14, E 1U, Jos 10, N i).',.0 3$ ; Beliveau, E 3. O 4 ; 
Bellemare, C E 1. E 5, J Bte 2; Benoit, G 12, V 12; Bergeron, Alfred 16, Amedee 2, 
Am H. 1 ,, Avila 2, E 0, 5; Berthiaume E, 16 ; Bettez A, 1 ; Bibeau Frs. 19.', ; Bienvenue 
N, 0.', ; Biron, A 13, M 5 : Bisson, Alfred 18 ; -Jos L6 ; Blais, A 10, D HO, E it"; Blanchette, 
Jos 2, LI ; Boisclair X, 1; Boisclere E, 2; Boisvert, A 24, E 22, -I 5; Bolduc M, 22; 
Bonin P, 2 ; Bordua P, 3; Bouchard, Adel 1, H 13, U 13, Wm 20, T 17: Boucher, Ab7, 
Arsene 2,2. B 22, E 4, J 20i, Jos 22, () 25$, P20J ; Bourbeau, A % Jos 2, S S ; Bourassa, 
A 5, C 12, Jos 4 ; Bourque," A 84, G 1, J Bte 5, Jos 1 ; Bouvet Clovis, 3 ; Brien J, 10 ; 
Brimbois T, 4 ; Brule Leo, 11 ; Brunnelle H, ; Cantara, E 7$, Jos 9$ ; Cardin P, 34; 
Carderette Aug, 12; Caron, Ant 9, Arthur 9, Ed L 19, Geo 30 ; Carpentier, C E 32, E 
10, X 21 ; Cartier, E 22, M 5$, N 9h, O 22, S 4$ : Carufel A, 2 ; Cassette, Geo 13, M 11 ; 
Chagnon A, 12 ; Chapdelaine, A 28, Alcide 6$, L 82, O 7, P 14A ; Clwette,- J. Bte 3, Jos 
31, Louis 37 ; Charland D, 94, ; Clermont, Jos 9, .los E 8 ; Cloutier J, 4 ; Collette A, 4 ; 
Como, A 10, X 13; Corbeil J, 13; Oosgroye Thos, 7h; Cote. Adel 25, Alfred ;U, Fort 15, 
Frederic 10, Hector 0i, Herman 9$, Wilfrid 24 ; Coulomhe Nap, 17; Cournoyer Jos, 1; 
Coutourier Rock, 1 : Crete D. 10; Oretier Geo. 4; Croteau Jos, 10; Crotte Nap, 19; 
Dalbec, Arsene 15. E 45: Dalphie, E 14^, P IH ; Dargie, Arthur 3, Jos 18, 2 ; Degre 
A 13. F 20, Jos 20 ; Demarais, A 12, Ned 314 ; Demarbre Nar, 10 ; Denancourt A, 14 ; 
Desaulnais, Chas E 15, Henri 15, Hercule 27, Herm 4, J E 9, Ones 10, Phil 24 ; Desbiens 
Elie 4 ; Descelles U, 10 ; Uescheneau T, H ; Descouteau T, 19^ ; Desfosse II, 84, ; Des- 
jardins, Jos 27, S 37 ; Desrosier N, 3 ; Develey Jos, 19 ; Dorion Albert, 41 ; Doucet W 
3; Uoyon, Arthur 20, Leon 14; Ducheneau, H 14, Joseph 9o ; Duchesne, Alcide 16, S 
10 ; Dufresne, Geo 14, X 11 ; DugalE, 3 ; Duhaime A, 12 ; Duharme Jos, 20 ; Duplessis 
I 3, Jos 1,0 12 ; Dupont, Elz 3, Emile 3, Hercule 14, Jos 15£, M 3, N 3. O 3 ; Duperron 
Calix, 5 ; Dnpuis, Alfred 30, Andre 2, D 26. L 32, S 7, U 6J, V 25 ; Durand, J Bte 3, O 
14, Theo 2 ; Faucher, A 17, Evariste 3, Euchariste 6 ; Fleury .1 Bte, 22 ; Fontaine, Zeph 
9, Frs 10 ; Fortin, A 12, H 164, ; Franjoeur, Arthur 13, O 7," T 1 ; Frechette, A 204, Jos 
9, O 25; Gaffney J, 19 ; Gagne A, 12£ ; Gagnon, Alfred 11, Alph 15, Ceril 3, Chas"l0, F 

19, Henri 9, Herm 14, O 9 ; Gaillardetz, A 2, P 3 ; Gamelin L, 21* ; Garceau, A 10, F 8, 
( i M 0, L 2, Theo 10, Zeph 10, V 3 ; Gariepy Jos, 21 ; Gauchier, Edw 23, E 1 ; Gaudet 
O, 7 ; Gauthier, A H, C E 12, Eph 2, G 19£, H 4, L 2, P 20, P 11 ; Gelinas, A 17, G 23, 
H 17, Jos 10, Max, fils 1, Max 20. Thos 25"; Genest Theo, 2; Gentes W, 0; Griguere, C 
25, O 10 ; Girard W, 4 ; Giroux, Jos 10, P 1, Tel 13 ; Gladu Jos, 27; Gonneville Jos, 3; 
Goudreault A, 114 ; Gravel M, 10 ; Grenier A, 9 ; Guay, H 3, Jos 14, L 8, X 11 ; Gui- 
bault, Thos. 4. H16; Guilmette, E 15, H 10 ; Guimond Jos, 12 ; Hamelin O, 15; 
Hebert, A 27, B E 10, E 7, E 2, S 31, W 74 ; Heroux, E 23, D 11^, F 20, Jos 104, L E 1, 
T Hi . Hesty E, 34 ; Houle, Achille. 1, Adrien 10, Athanase 10, T 10, W 3 ; Hubert, C 
E IS," Claud 2, Claud Jos 16, L 21, O 3, P 18, T 264 ; Jacques J. 3 ; Janvier W 1 ; 
Jodoin E, KU ; Lacerte, N 9, R 18 ; Lachapelle H, 20 ; Lacharite, E 36, Jos 7. L 30, P 
32 ; Lacombe A, 13 ; Laooursiere, A 18, L 31 ; Laflamme A, 2 : Lafleur H, 64 ; Lafond 
G, 3 ; Laforce, J 9£, L 94 ; Lafrenmre, A 27, D 33, H 34, O 23 ; Lajoie, A 3. J 3, 
Lambert A 24 h ; Lamaranda, C K 49, Jos 27. N 42, X 33; Lamarre, Edmond 10, 
Edouard 23 ; Lamontagne D, 4 ; Laperierre, E 2li, A 20; Lamphron, Alfred 37, 
Amedee 12, Ben.j 13, I) 9, P 5, W. 9; Lapointe, C 15 ; Laplante, N 20, R13 ; Larosee, A 
8, Arthur 4 ; l, L 22.1, O IS, Pierre 7, Prosper 2, S 5 ; Lauziere Jo>, •>}-, ; Laverdure I, 6 ; 
Lebel A, 10 ; LeBlanc F, 32 ; Lefebvre J, 6 : Legare A, 2 ; Legris Z, 8 ; Lelandier V, 14 ; 
Lemire, A 2, E. 20, F 37, O 6, Z 4h ; Lemav. A 4, C^has 2 ; Lesage, B 13, D 39, F 22, G 
46, J 15, L 14, O 24, O (fils Louis^l^ W 23| ; Lesieur, Car 10, Chas 1 ; Lessard, Adam 
22, Adolphe 23; Letendre O, 25; Lvasseur E, •", ; Levellee O, 4h ; Lewis M. 1 ; 
Laramee, A 5',, O 5.J, ; Loranger J, 1 ; Lozeau J, 5i : Lussier, G 1 ; " Malepart, H 15; l 5 , 
Nap 15; Malo, Abraham 10, Aldric 5, E 14. Nap 5, Phifiasl6 : Maltais F, 2 ; Marchand, F 
84, D 15 ; Marcotte, A 9. O 4 ; Mattel, Alfre t 8, Arsene 15, Ones S ; Martin Jos. 14 ; 
Michaud O. 23: Mai mean, C E 24, E 11. V, Jos 16, M 7, P 24. W S ; Menard A, 2A ; 
Mercure Audi/', 2 ; Messier, Arthur 5, Louis 9, P 9 : Michelin, E 14, John 1, Jos 1, R 9 ; 
Millette, Adel 17, Adolphe 21, Arthur 17, Chas 19, Edouard 19, Elz 33, Ferd 10. Franc 

20, Henri 1, Hercule 21, Jos 25, Jos (tils Hercule) 17, Moise 17, Norbert 2.1, Pierre 5, 
Severe is, Thos 18 ; Mdot, D 16, Jos 17, W 13; Mineau, A 23, 1) 19, II 29, S 4 ; Moisan 
L, 3 ; Mondon J, 10£, Jos jr, 8; Mongeon N, 1; Montour. Adelard 8, Adolphe 11: 
Morin. A10, E 4i, H 19, Jos 12 ; McGarry, J, 19 ; Nrfdeau A, 9; Nauri J, 8', : Noel 
Arthur, 17, Augustine 0, Calice 23, Evariste 14, Donat 10, Henry 17, Herm \, Jean Bte 

Carried forward 



s ctS. 
23,465 it!) 



25,178 74 



V-48 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



H ydrograpliic Survey of St. Lawrence — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Labourers, days at $1.25 — Con. 

15, Jos 33, Jos Thos 17, Max 30, Moise .15, Onesime 9, Severe 43, Thos (fils) 20, Thos 
(pere) 3. Willie 8, Wilbrod 17, Wilfrid 1, Zotique 19, Xavier 16 ; Normand Alph, 6 ; 
Paille E, 13 ; Palhns W, 20^ ; Panneton, H 9, M 5 ; Paquet E, 5 ; Paquin, L 4, P 14 
Pare, Arthur 2, Arthur (fils Pierre) 17, Honore 7h, Horm 34 ; Paient P, 15 ; Paul, A 1, 
Jos 8, Nap 1, Nar 11, Omer 13 ; Pelletier, A 8, N 16, R 8 ; Perrien E. 1 ; Perron R, 2 
Petit F, 5 ; Picard A, 16 ; Pichette, J 8, O 7 ; Pillette A, 4 ; Plamondon F, 5^, N 16 ; 
Plante, A 32, F 39, I 25 ; Pleau H, 6 ; Plouffe J, 1 ; Poirier I), 31 ; Peloquin P, 41 
Pombert Max, 22 ; Pothier, A 8, Jos 13, L 21, M 14 ; Pou irier, Art 23, D 24 ; Pratte, 
Aime 4, C 26, H 17 ; Prenovean, E 5 ; Prevost, A 14, P 6^ ; Proulx, C 5^, Geo 6, Oct 4, 
Ones 2; Provencher M, 4 ; Raboin, Jos 10, N 18; Batette A, 13; Raymond Jos, 4 
Riendeau, Jos 2i, Thos 2i, U 2i : Richard, Jos 5, O 3, Z 3 ; Ricard Jos, 28 ; Rivard Jos, 
2 ; Ritchie Ed, 16 ; Rivard, Alfred 10, Avila 15, Jos 18, Severe 10; Robert, Arthur 2, H 
16i, P 12, W 3 ; Robidas R, 4* ; Rocheleau J, 1 ; Rosse Alfred (fils J B) 32, Alfred (fils 
JLouis) 26, Louis. 26, 32, R 19 ; Routte, L16, Omer 13, Oscar 13, P 15, Remie 1, Thos 2, 
Thos (fils Jos) 16, Thos (fils Pierre) 16, Thos (fils Thos) 13, Treffle 16 ; Roy Geo, 1 ; Salvail 
O, 3J ; Sarasin G, 21 ; Savaria H, 3i ; Sawyer, Ed 12, J 6 ; Senecal, A 7, Louis 15, 
Ludger 16 ; Senneville. E 9^, Geo 3, H 37, J 3 ; Secord D, 8 ; Sils O, 15 ; Simoneau J, 
37 ; Spenard O, 15 ; St Arnaud A, 1 ; St Louis A, 23 ; St Ongo, H 12, Jos 24 ; St Ours 
Jos 3 ; St Pierre, A 2, 1 > 6, E 40, G 14, I 45 ; Tessier S, 1 ; Thibault Jos, 4 ; Thibodeau 
Jos 5, Max 4, S 33i ; Thomas, H 5, J 8 ; Trepanier L, 4 ; Tremblay D, 10 ; Trudeau 
Louis, loh ; Trudel Jos 3 ; Vadeboncoeur N, 16i ; Valade A, 3 ; Valliere Ed, 35 
Vanasse, R 21, O H 8 ; Verrette A, 1 ; Verville, S 26, W 36 ; Vigneau P, 2 ; Voisard J 
Bte, 6 ; Weaver I, 13 ; Winear Theo, 14 

Labourers : Arthur Aubrey, 1 d at $1.75; Thibodeau David, 16 d at $1.75; Belisle Jos, 2 d 
at$l 

Boys : Beauchemin H, 6J d at 75c, 3 at 50c ; Bircher Theo, 16^ d at 75c ; Boucher E, 16^ d at 
75c, 5^ at 50c ; Fortin H, 1 d at 50c ; Godin, A, 1 d at 50c ; Larosee H, 18 d at 75c, 5i at 
50c ; Larosee U, 2 d at 50c ; Laverdure E, 11 d at 75c ; Malo Jos, 15^ d at 75c ; Malo U 

2 d at 75c ; Mondon P, 9 d at 50c ; Mongeon A, 12^ d at 50c ; Mongeon D, 1\ d at 50c ; 
Mongeon Z, 9| d at 50c ; Nauri W, 2 d at 75c ; Provencal P, \\\ d at 50c ; Quintel Jos, 
15| d at 75c '. 

Baptist Alex, Trois Rivieres : lath, 5400 at $2; pine, 1 inch, 78 ft at $12 

Beland J E, Louiseville : cotton, red, 46 yds at 10c, white, 23 yds at 8c ; mitts, 7 prs at 80c, 1 
at 75c 

Blais Edouard, Sorel : boots, 1 pr at $6.50, 1 at $5 ; sounding mitts, 26 prs at 75c ; tackles for 
snowshoes, 8 prs at 60c 

Boucher N N, & Cie, La Baie du Febvre : axes, 1 at 75c, 10 at 50c ; rubber boots, 2 prs at 
$3.50 ; red cotton, 117| yds at 5c ; sundries, $2.15 , 

Brassard Mdme P. : building cabin on ice at St. Francois ... 

Bureau S. : hauling, $6 ; 2000 laths, at $1.50 ; sundries, $5.75 

Canadian Rubber Co, Montreal, men's city boots, 4 prs 

Cartier Mdme Louis, Sorel : provisions . . 

Chagnon F N, Sorel : butter, 344 lbs., $82.92 ; bread, 26 doz, $37.92 ; oysters, 3 bbls at $5.50, 
1 at $4.50; telephone wire, 500 ft, $3.50; shovels 3 at $1 ; money paid Hardy $1; gro 
ceries and provisions, $483.52 ; sundries, $31.75 

Charretier R D, Sorel, hauling, 8 trips 

Courchene G, Sorel, galvanized signs, 54 at $1 

Cuddy & Brodeur Co, Montreal : 1 lamp, B & H, $10.75 ; cups and saucers, \ doz at $9; tea 
spoons, \ doz at $5 ; coffee spoons, \ doz at $4 ; tumblers, \ doz at $3 ; chimneys, 2 at 
25c ; wicks, 20c 

Desaulniers P, Louiseville : 100 poles, $10 ; hauling, $1 .75 

Deschesnaux, F. : cotton, red, 35| yds at 10c, white, 79 yds at 8c ; sundries, $6.97 

Desilets & Gouin, Trois Rivieres : installing electric lamps, 4 at $2 ; repairing 4 lamps at $1 

Dominion Foundry, Sorel : bench marks, 50, 40,011 lbs at 2^c ; c^st iron station, 27,055 lbs 
at 2^c 

Finlay D & Son, Sorel : Brussels carpet, 50f yds at $1 ; Madras curtains, 6 prs at $1.50, 5 at 
70c ; repp, 14§ yds at 70c ; cashmere, 6 yds at $1, 5 at 90c; 1 table cover, $7 ; covering 2 
lounges, including cushions, $8 ; covering 2 transit umbrellas, $7 ; white quilts, 2 at $2 : 
white sheets, 3 at $1 ; repp curtains, 3 at $2, 2 at $1 ; maids' aprons, 6 at 70c ; maids 
caps, 6 at 15c ; furniture gimp, 25 yds at 5c ; buttons, 15§ doz at 20c ; red cotton, 66^ yds 
at 10c, 74 at 8c, 19 at 12c ; white cotton, 69£ yds at 8c ; oilcloth, 13J yds at 30c ; making 
carpet, $2.50, laying $2; sundries, $33.99 

Gariepy & Panneton, Trois Rivieres : white cotton, 82 yds at 8c ; red cotton, 07^ yds at 8c . . 

Gravel A I, Louiseville : spruce 432 ft at $20 ; wood, 3 cords at $3 

Guillemette Nap, fils, Trois Rivieres : painting the floor of the office, as per tender 

Hearn & Harrison, Montreal ; 6 chains, 200 ft with 6 map handles 6 reels and 30 brass clips, 
$84; 8,200 ft band tapes on reels with map handles and brass clips, $95.65 ; optical squares, 

3 at $6.50 ; mezaphones, 3 at 75c, 1 at $3 ; compasses, 2 at $1.50 ; repairs to instruments, 
$8.75 ; sundries, $2.71 

Isabelle Edmond, Yamachiche, wood, 2 cords at $5 



Carried forward. 



25,178 74 



10,821 52 
31 75 



111 65 
11 74 


12 79 


35 80 


20 78 
15 00 
14 75 
11 97 
188 16 


664 61 
23 00 
54 00 


21 95 

11 75 
16 87 

12 00 



1,575 19 



193 23 
11 96 

17 64 

18 00 



218 86 
10 00 



39,303 71 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPART Mi: XI EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-49 



Hydrographlc Survey of St. 

Brought forward 



Lawrence — Continued. 



Lacbapelle Leon, Sore] : meat, 2463 lbs at 9o, 90 at 12c ; butter, 25 lbs at 23c, 60 at 20c ; ice, 
$10; sundries, $50.66 

Langlois A, Sorel : overshoes, 1 pr at $4.50, 2 prs at $3.25, 4 at $2.75, 1 at $2.00 ; felt boots, 2 
pre at $5, 1 at $2.50, 1 at $2.25 : high boots, ] prat $5.50; Slater bals, $5; Manitoba 
special, $4.50 ; rubber boots, 2 prs at $6, 1 pr at $3.50 : small items, $8.35 

Laperriere & Freres, Pierreville : snowshoes, 4 prs at $4 

Lassonde Narcisse, Trois Rivieres : drawing table, 5 ft x 8 in, $15 ; 2 stands for drawing table, 
$8 ; repairing table, $4 ; shelves, 1 at $4, 1 at $2.50 ; «undry repairs, $2 

Laurentide Pulp Co, Three Rivers : laths, 100 bundles, at 15c ; 2500 laths at $1.50 

Lejeune Joseph, Sorel, : rent of yacht and services as engineer June, 15-27, 8 days at $3.50. . . 

Lewis Bros & Co, Montreal : 3-hght lamp, $10 ; portables, 2 at $3 ; chairs, 4 at $2.25 ; green 
tubing, 10 ft at 12c ; burners, 2 at 50c ; globes, clear, 3 at 50c ; small items, $2. r> 

Millette -Mag., St Joseph de Sorel : spruce sounding poles, 25 ft long, 250 at $16 a 100 ; short 
poles, 150 at $12 ; spruce poles, 45 ft long. 4 at $1 

Pannenton & Blouin, Trois Rivieres : Manilla cable, 1 in, 104 lbs at 16c : annealed wire, 250 
lbs at $4.05 : files, " Jowitt," 14 in, 6 at 60c, " Arcade," 12 in, 1 doz $3.75, 10 in, 1 doz 
$2.75, asst. 14 in, 6 at 45c, 12 in, 6 at 30c ; steel shovels, 10 at 70c ; small items, $8.65. . . 

Paradis C O, Sorel, cotton : red, 20 yds at 12ic ; white, 76 yds at 10c 

Paul Chas, St Anne de Sorel: driving, 4 d at $1.75; wood, 1 cord $3.50; wood for shanty 
$2 : sawing wood 50c : gauge reading, 36 d at 25c 

Quebec Coal Co, Quebec, steam coal, 5 tons at $3.75 

Richard Alcide, Sorel, 4 mattresses at $2.50. 

Sonne Thos, Montreal : boat awning, $22 ; buttons and extra work $2 .... : 

Tourangeau Mme. H, Varennes : mitts, 12 prs at 65c; shovels, 1 at 75c, 2 at 70c; small i 
shovels, 39 at 10c ; laths, 42 at 10c ; tin cans,9 at 25c ; red cotton, 10 yds at 10c ; sundries, 
*4.49 

Tourville Lumber Mills Co, Louiseville : laths, 16,300 at $4, 6,000 at $2.50 ; cull pine, 1,752 ft. i 
at 10c ; cull spruce, 351 ft at 10c ; small items, $3.09 . | 

Canadian Express, $3.25 ; Dominion Express, $8 

( ! autre Keeping : 

Berthierville, Jos. Larose, July 1-June 30, 365 d at 25c . 

Boucherville, Toussaint Lachambre, July 1-June 30, 365 d at 25c. ... j 

Contrecoeur, Ulric St. Jean, July 1- June 30, 305 d at 25c \ 

Lanoraie : Cyrille Ducharme, July 1-Mar 12, 255 d at 25c ; Wilfred Folks, Marl3-Apl 30. 

49 d at 25c ; Wilfred Fans, May 1-June 30, 61 d at 25c 

Lavaitrie, Francois Dejardy, July 1-June 30, 365 d at 25c. [ 

Longue Pointe, Pascal Renaud, July 1-June 30, 365 d at 25c I 

Nicolet, Hector Duval, Jany 15- June 30, 109 d at $1.25 

Pointe aux Trembles, Theodule Archambault, 12 m, 365 d at 25c 

Port St Francis, P. Brassard : July 1-Jany 17, Mav 1-June 30, 262 d at 25c ; Jany 18- j 

Mar 31, 63 d at $1.25 .".... 

Stone Island, Omer Salvail : July 1-Nov 30, May 1-June 30, 214 d at 25c ; Jany 10-May 

31, 81 d at $1.25 ' ' 

Three Rivers : Jos. Mercure, Jany 1-Feb 28, 59 d at $1 50 : S. Treneman, May- June, 61 

d at 50c 

Varennes, Arthur Jodouin, July 1-June 30, 365 d at 25c 

Vercheres, Hennas Larose, July 1-June 30, 365 -1 at 25c 

Yamachiche: R. Lesieur, Jany 18-Mar 31, April 28-May 12, 76 d at $1.25; Jos Des- 
cateau, May 14-June 30, 42 d at $1.25 

Board of Engineers and assistants : Arthur Amos, Julv 10-June 30, 24 d at $2, 116A d at 
$1.50, 48 (1, si;4.30, %\ d at $1.30. 5 d, $£.37, 133 d at $1 ; R. Bickerdike Jr, Julv 10-June 
.'SO. If d at $2, 86J at $1.50, 42 d, $58.70, 8i d at $1.30, 22| at $1.25, 1504, at $1, 2d, $2.62, 
3 meals at 25c : O. F. X. Chaloner, Dec 13-Apl 30, 148A d at $1 ; E. F. Gingras, Dec 13- 
Apl 80. 80 d, $28.75, 97f d at $1 ; Arthur Gobeil, Feby 9-Apl 81, June, 77 d at $1, 13 d, 
$8.50; -r. o. Martineau, Feby 5-June 30, 18 d at $1.25, 72| d at $1, 29 d, $20, extra 
meals, 3 at 25c; H. Melancon,' July 10-June 30, 8| d at $1.30, 47 d, $53.20, 5 d, $5.38, 
2654. (1 at $1 ; J. X. Mercure, Mar 1-June 30, 122 d at $1 ; Chas McGreevv. Ju/e 7 -June 
30, 27 (1 at si. 25. 335 d at $1 ; P. E. Parent, July 1-June 30, 110 d at $1.50. 22-'/ c> at $1 ; 
E. O. Roy, Julv 9- June 30, Hh d at $1.30, 28 d, $28.28, 307i d at $1 ; A. R. 
Shehyn July 1-Aug 30, Oct 1-June 30, 335 d at$l ; total, $3163.67. Paid to the following 
persons: Abenakis House, Abenakis Springs, $91.10; Henry Ali, La Baie, $8^0; Lud- 
ger Beaubien, Trois Rivieres $92 ; Paul Beauchemin, St AnnedeSmvl, $86.25 ; Bout de 
111.- Hotel, S44.20; Azilda Brunelle, Tros Rivieres, $122 ; J. A. Debien, Vercheres, 
$11.25; P. Dufault, Contreaeur, $10.50; L. E. Dufresne, Three Rivers, $941.87; Geo. 
Dufresne, Trois Rivieres, $37.25; Ernest Duval, Nicolet, $42; Ephrem Duplessis, Pointe 
du Lac, $6 50; Isidore Gauthier, Three Rivers, $51 ; Lucinda Gauthier, Three Rivers, 
$50: .wdme. P. Grat ton, $14.50 ; Mdme Louise Grimard, Sorel, $9; Alf. Lacouture, 
Sorel, $299.50; F. X. Lafteur, Louisevillr, $83.75; I. Lavallee, Sorel, $15 ; Odilon 
Lesieur, Yamachice, $52 ; Addie Malette, Trois Rivieres, $313 ; Chas. Paul, St Anne 
de Sorel, $91.25; M. Peters, Three Rivers. $251; Dame V. Ed. Rocheleau. $66; M. 
Pochette, Nicolet, $83.50; L. Senneville, Pierreville, $43.75; Mdme. Louis Tetreault, 
Varennes, $101.75; T. Vigneau, La Baie du Febvre, $78.25; Windsor Hotel, Trois 
Rivieres, $61 



$ cts. 

8! 1,308 71 

310 89 

7'-' 20 

16 00 

:;:. 50 

is 75 

28 00 

:;i 87 

02 00 



57 oi 
10 10 

22 oo 
18 75 
10 00 
24 00 



25 70 

104 32 
11 25 

91 25 
91 25 
91 25 

91 25 

01 25 

91 25 

130 25 

01 25 

14-1 25 

154 75 

119 00 

01 2:. 
01 25 

147 50 



8,103 07 



Carried forward 



1— 4v 



44.MO 81 f 



V-50 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Hydrograpliic Survey of St. Lawrence — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Washing done for Steamer "St James": A. R. Dion & Co, $18; J. Mathieu & Cie, $54; 
Jos. Paul, $59.34. . , 

Payments under $10 : board and lodging, $7 ; boots, 1 pr, $2.75 ; felt boots, 1 pr $5 ; cotton, 
51 yds at 12^c, 45 at 10c, 30 at 8c, 30 at 6c ; cartage and repairs to winter shanties, $6.50 ; 
driving, $22.75 ; hauling, $2 ; lunch basket, $3.25 ; mitts, 10 pairs at 25c ; office rent, 13 d 
at 25c ; postage stamps, $3 ; plumbing, $7.25 ; rubber coats, 2 at $1.75 ; shirting, 68 yds 
at 8c; shovels, 1 doz $5.80; snowshoes, 1 pr $5; travelling bag, $5.75: wood, ^ cord at 
$7, 1 cord at $5, 1 at $4.50 ; small items, $12.04 

Salaries of Ottawa officials (Page V— 13) 

Trave 1 of Ottawa officials (End of P W Exp) 

Total carried to "St. Lawrence Ship Channel " (Page V— 45) 

River Kaministiquia. 

Wm M Graham : inspector of dredging July 1-Nov 6, May 3- June 30, 161 d at $3 ; fare to 
Sault Ste Marie, $10 ; fare from Sault Ste Marie to Fort William, $10 ; car fare, sound- 
ing pole &c, $1.10. 

Neil Macdonald : services of dredge "Arthur," tug "Herbert" and scows, July 1 -Nov 4, 
May 15- June 30, 1311 h at $8 ; less 20 tons of soft coal slack at $3.50 

Detailed with " Dredging, Ontario and Quebec " (Page V— ) 

Total carried to page V— 2 

Port Colborne : Harbour Improvements. 

Keefer T C, C E : report upon proposed improvements at Port Colborne 

Travel of Ottawa officials (End of P W Exp) 

Queen's Printer's account -. 

Total carried to page V— 2 



St. Andrews Rapids, Red River. 



Foreman, Mchl Kelly, 63 d at $2.50 ; clerk, J E Cauchon 7 d at $1.50 

Rodman, W J F Robertson 56 d at $2, 21 at $2.50 

Carpenter, Ed Grant 65 d at $2 ; blacksmith, P Fleming 66 d at $2. . 

Dynamite man, J Gibson, 42^ d at $1 . 50 

Drillers, days at $1.50 : Jno Cooper, 67 ; W Cudney, 65 ; C de Winter, 46± ; J J Kelly 68£ 

(less $26.69 for tobacco) ; W L Smith, 56 

Derrick foreman, John Morrison 29 d at $2 

Derrick hands, da\ s at $1.50: A C Easton, 34i ; S Gaudaur, 53; Jas Mcllroy, 39.^ ; Don 

McLean, 30 ; E F Racey, 53 

Gang foreman, Jas Rowan 30 d at $1 . 75 

Labourers days at $1.75: Al Bl an chard, 29^; W Jansen, 25 ; W Johnston, Vih ', A Miller, 

18 ; Robt McAuley, 25* (less $4.90 for bedding) ; A Setter, 25 , 

Labourer, days at $1 .50 : T Cronin, ll£ 

Labourers, days at $1.25: J A Campbell, 15; Jacob Chappell, 10; Thos Clements, 57; S 

Gaudaur, 7 ; W Gaylead, 34: Jno Giyson, 36; Hy Johnston, 8; Thos Lane, 18; Elie 

Link 58 ; T. Lomax, 34 ; J. McDermott, 40 ; Dom McLean, 15 ; E F Racey, 9 ; Jas 

Rowan, 9 ; A Wainsley, 23 ; F Welsh, 25 " 

Cook, Gustave Weile, 2J$ m at $50 ; asst cook, May Atkinson, 2§$ m at $15 

Teams : C Gilchrist, 5 d at $4 ; H Johnston, 30 d at $4 ; Kelly Bros, 30 d at $4 ; P Penning, 

55| d at $3.50, 12 d at $2.25 ; Smith & Sharp, 584 d at 83.50 

Horse : W L Smith, 69 d at $1 ~0 ; teamster, Ed Williams, 3 d at $1.25 .. 

Cauchon, J Eudore : taking charge of St Andrew's Rapids plans and specifications in resident 

engineer's office, 14 dys at $1 . 50 

Dominion Fish Co, Ltd : wliitefish, 195 lbs at 5c ; boxes, 60c ; cartage $1 

Emerson & Hague : Hessian cases, 20 at 65c ; wool pillows, 20 at 10c 

GouinWF ($208.30)- 

Railway fares : Edmonton to Winnipeg, $40.05 ; Winnipeg to Edmonton, $40.05. . . 

Sleepers, $12 ; dinmg cars, $11.50 ; porters $1.50 ; baggage transfers, $1.50 

Team, Winnipeg to Selkirk and return, $8 ; cab hire, $4 ; meal, 75c ; postage &c, $1.25 

Hotel expenses : Edmonton, $B4 ; Winnipeg, $15.70 ; Calgary, $5.75 ; St Andrews, $2.25 

Kelly Thos • 10 p c on $597 . 60 (accounts and paysheets), for loan of plant 

Kelly Thos : Ry fare Winnipeg to Ottawa and return, $72.80 ; pulhnan, $16 ; board, $30. . 

Kobold & Co : beef 1582 lbs at 6c, 228 at 6k, 42i at 10c ; pork, 1184 lbs at 6^c 

Lake of the Woods Milling Co : bakers' flour, 10 bags at $1.70, 10 at $1.60 

.Manitoba Steam Laundry : washing double blankets, 45 at 40c 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
44,849 81 

131 34 



130 86 

2,716 00 

700 76 



48,528 77 



504 10 



10,418 00 


226 36 


11,148 46 


125 00 


210 50 


4 75 


340 25 


168 00 


164 50 


262 00 


63 75 


427 81 


58 00 


315 00 


52 50 


233 98 


17 25 


497 51 


175 22 


686 00 


107 25 


21 00 


11 35 


15 00 


80 10 


26 50 


14 00 


87 70 


59 76 


118 80 


190 94 


33 00 


18 00 



3,904 92 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-51 



St. Andrews Rapids, Red River— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



McKenzie, Kenneth & Co : sugar, 318 lbs. of yellow at 4hc, 006 lbs of gran, at 54c ; tea, 75 
lbs al 25c ; 6 pails lard, $10.50 ; D S bacon, 470 lbs at 8*c ; cheese, 75 lbs at 13ic, 74 lbs 
at J4c ; tobacco, 1 caddy of T & B, $12.50, 1 caddy (21^- lbs) of P of W $14.19; Gutter, 21 
lbs at 18c, 87 at 17c, 305 at 16c ; sundry provisions, $154 

Reid, Harriet: house rent and heating 27 m at $40 ; poplar wood, 34 1 cords at $2.50; cut- 
ting wood, $2 ; beef, 110 lbs at 7*C, 282 at 5c ; mutton,'54 lbs at 10c ; potatoes, 20 bush, 
at 40c; butter, 26 lbs at 25c ; milk, 682^ qts at 6c; sundry provisions, $8.25; less $3.70 
for provisions left at Mrs Reid's 

Whitla, R, J & Co: 8 lb Columbia blankets, 50 pr at $2.40; towelling, 20 yds at 7£c ; 
baling, 40c . 

Horsehire : Geo S Dickinson, $12 ; S Bisonett, $6 ; J Moyse, $39 

Sundry small payments : telegrams, $1.02 ; potatoes 15 bush at 65c ; dry poplar, 2 cords at 
$2.50 : looking after resdt engr's office, 4 d at $2.25 ; street car fares and express, $2.50.. 

Salaries at Ottawa (Rage V— 13) 

Travel of Ottawa officials (End of P W Exp) 

Queen's Printer's account, $86.96 ; advertising, $1330.62 

Total carried to page V — 2 



Yukon District: Public Ruildings. 

Atlin Public Building (-$5,702.33). 

Aitkin, Sydney : painting govt, bdg, contract $275 ; painting inside and outside of canoe and 
varnishing woodwork $15 ; flagpole on govt bdg $5 ; 5 signs at $3 

Atlin Lake Lumber Co: 1 and 2-in rough, 14,045ft at 7c ; 1-in t and g, 22,511 ft at 9c ; 1-in 
rustic, 2,764 ft at 9c ; 1-in s d, 64 ft at 8c ; hauling 10 loads sawdust $16 ; hauling 36,401 
ft lumber at $1 per M 

Blackett & Co, J St C : eggs, 1 case $18, 28 doz $19.60 ; 1 sack potatoes, 112 lbs at 16|c ; 1 
keg cut nails $15 ; sundry groceries $77 .53 

Dixon Bros, moving to new P O $13 ; Dockrill, W R & Co, medicines $6 

Godfrey Hardware Co : m stall ic shingles, 15 sqs at $25, 5£ at $22 ; making and fitting 3 iron 
chimneys $120 ; glass, 33 of 10 x 16, at 35c, 32 of 12 x 20, at 55c ; sundries $45.40. 

Grand Palace Hotel, Atlin, board and lodging of carpenters . 

Heney, M J, transport and meals for carpenters from Bennett to Atlin 

Quinn, E P : lodging for men $356 ; stabling for horses $3 . 25 ; rent of kitchen and dining 
room $75 ; blankets, 10 prs at $2.50 

Rice & Hastie : lodging for men $51 ; stabling $5 

West J & Co, Bennett, board and lodging for men . 



Bennett Public Building ($4,501.77). 
Cost of building, transferred from Bennett-Dawson Telegraph Line . 
Caribou Crossing Telegraph Office ($3,263.88). 



.(Page V-63) 



fo: 



Upper Yukon Consolidated Co, building office, 16 x 18 ft 

Cost of building transferred from Bennett Dawson Telegraph Line (Page V— 63) 

Dawson Pubh Buildings ($35,515.02). 

Commissioner's Office, Post Office and Comptroller's Office ($1,769.22) — 

Adair Thos : matting, 30 yds at $1 ; paper and tacks $6.50; labour, 10 h at $1.2! 

commissioner's office , 

Apple, (ieo J : putting in furnace in post office and commissioner's office contract $800 ; 

casing smolo pipe $37 ; putting dampers on hot air pipes $20 ; sundries $28 ; galv iron 

box for comptroller $15. 

Dawson Saw-mill and Building Co : 3 file cases, $50, $15, $12 ; canvas, 123 yds at 30c ; 

paper border $16, labour on do $25 ; drawer with lock $13.25 ; table $10 ; foundation 

for instrument $35 ; hardware, lumber, &c, $139.77 ; labour.. 105 h at $1.50 

Jenkins & Co, office chair $15 ; McLennan, McFeely & Co, heater $30; pipes, &c $14.50. 

O'Connor, J P, scavenging $65 ; Pleace, J H, plumbing $147.75 

Rumbaugh F M, 2 fixtures for files, for commissioner's office 

Yukon Saw-mill Co, 93 ft lumber for commissioner's office 

New Post Office ($3,952.48)— 

Rubenstein Bros, Montreal : p o box fronts, 1.000 at $1.43 ; 3 brass letter and newspaper 

receivers $30 ; 10 cases $10 

Yukon Brick and Lime Co ($2,482 48)— 

Excavating for vault foundations and cellar, 82^ c yds at $3 .... 

Excavating for mud sills, &c, 183 c yds at $3.50 

Uncoursed rubble masonry laid in cement &nd lime mortar, 52 c yds at $21 . 60 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
3,904 92 

387 45 

283 09 



121 90 
57 00 


27 27 

177 00 

125 00 

1,417 58 



6,501 21 



l-4Jv 



310 00 



3,315 42 

148 61 
19 00 

685 05 
147 00 
540 00 

459 25 
56 00 

22 00 



4,501 77 



300 00 
2,963 88 



49 00 



900 00 



510 42 
59 50 

212 75 
25 00 
12 55 



1,470 00 

247 00 

6^0 50 

1,123 20 

18,717 90 



V-52 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 190T 



Yukon District : Public Buildings — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Dawson Public Buildings — Continued. 

New Post Office- ('on. 

Yukon Brick and Lime Co.— Cow. 

Broken stone filling $82.50 ; brick work to foot of chimney $42.78 

Labour placing, &c, sills, posts, &c _ 

Levelling site .$56.50 ; filling, &c, excavation with cement $25 

Commissioner's residence ($1,082.50) — 

Adair Thos : matting $46 75 ; square of carpet $25 ; carpet rug $13 ; c sheepskin rugs 

$15 ; 18 roller blinds at $1.25 ; easy chair $20 ; chairs, 6 at $4, 6 at $5, 2 at $3 50 ; 

3 rattan racks $57 : pr. chenille curtains $12 ; 2 prs net curtains $10 ; mattress $15 ; 

dinner set $20 ; tea set $18 ; 2 toilet sets, $31 ; sundries $106. . . . 

Delage T & A, contract to erect building 8 x 10 at Mr. Ogilvie's residence 

Jenkins & Co, table $20 ; McLennan, McFeely & Co, sundries $6 25 

North American Transportation and Trading Co : No 8 Kootenay range and closet $125 ; 

' Famous ' heater $75 ; safety flue $65 ; iron drum $30 ; pipes and connections $24 ; 

labour, 28 hrs at $2. 50 

Yukon Saw Mill Co, 2 cords wood 



Court House and Sheriff's Office ($5,342.06)— 

Apple Geo J : tin roofing, 2,693 sq ft at 25c ; painting 2,693 sq ft at 2c ; 7 safety flues 
$105; 3 galv ventilators $45 ; stove drums, 2 at $25; pipes, &c $68 75; changing 
flues and pipes $30 ; men's time, 36^ hrs at $2.50, 14 at $2 ; 6 tin record boxes, $60. 

Canadian Yukon Lumber Co : sheathing court house, contract $968 . 25 ; sundry repairs 
and alterations $167.45; new cedar table, 10J x 3 ft cloth covered $45; cedar seat 
for barristers, 10i ft long $45 

Dawson Saw Mill and Building Co : 3 x 6 f t covered table $28 ; stool $7 ; 5 yds red felt 
for covering tables $20 ; lumber 282 ft at 25c, 345 at 20c, 162 ft for $44 ; hinges and 
nails $12 ; painting $36 ; labour, 33 hrs at $2, 20 at $1.75 ; stools, 6 at $2.50 

Delage T& A ($1,279.40) 

Contract to build addition to court house, 15 x 15 ft 

Sundry repairs and alterations : lumber, hardware, &c $227 .40 ; labour, 106 hrs at 

$1.50 

Oiling and varnishing (2 coats) interior of court house $128 ; painting railings, tables, 
desks, &c $40 

Matheson, D A : 4 ventilators $14 : 14 hrs placing same $14 ; file rack $35 ; table $12.50 ; 
washstand $12 

McLennan, McFeely & Co : heater $20 ; pipes, &c $36.75 ; labour $19 ; roof plate $20. . . 

Williams' Mills, The James : 1x4 ceiling, 1,700 ft at 12c ; d 2 s, 309 ft at 14c; 85 ft 
sundry at 8c 

Yukon Saw Mill Co : 978 ft of lumber at $125 ; cartage $15 

Repairs to court house : amount of expenditure transferred from Bennett- Dawson tele- 
graph line (Page V— 63) 

Draughtsmen's office ($659.45)— 

Dawson Saw Mill and Building Co : paper rack $40 ; cloth and labour on wall $70 ; 

cabinet $130 ; 2 drawers with locks $30 ; washstand $10 ; sundries $10.95 

McLennan, McFeely & Co : 3 cuspidors $6 ; 5 window blinds $10 

Yukon Saw Mill Co : drawing tables, 2 single $120, 2 double $120 ; 3 extra trusses $15 ; 

writing table $65 ; stools, 4 at $7.50 ; towel rack and roller $2.50 

Gold Commissioner's Office ($4,240.88)— 

Apple Geo J : air tight stove No 21 $25 ; sundries $25.75 ; man and helper $23.35 

Dawson Sawmill & Building Co: 2 sets pigeon holes $50; drawer with lock $12.65; 

bookstand $5 ; lumber, etc $9.15, labour 21 hrs at $1.50 

Delage T & A, contract to build addition (13 x 33) to gold commissioner's office 

Delage T & A, repairs in gold commissioner's office : flooring, 1,100 ft at 25c ; dressed 

boards, 1,500 ft at 20c, 400 at 15c ; 2 in rough boards, 425 ft at 25c ; cedar v joint, 

600 ft at 25c ; windows, 2 at $10 ; doors, 2 at $8.50 ; sundry lumber $34.08 ; hardware 

$57.50 ; labour, 668 hrs at $1.50 ; ventilators, 3 at $4 ; wire paper baskets, 7 at $7.50 ; 

cloth, 18t> yds at $3 ; 2 new tables $44 ; small cupboard $20 ; painting & staining 

office $75^. 

Gallant, J M, caulking office $50 ; Jenkins & Co, 2 chairs $9 

McLennan, McFeely & Co : 2 heaters $45 ; pipes, zinc, etc $37.90 ; labour $32 ; 8 roof 

safes $103 ; water tank $10 ; lamps 5 at $10 ; sundries $10.75 

Yukon Sawmill Co, 2 cords wood 

Asst Gold Commissioner & Sheriff's Living Quarters ($325.30)— 

Dawson Sawmill & Building Co : table $11 ; washstand $8 ; sundries $30.90 ; labour, 28^ 

hrs at $1 .50 

Jenkins & Co : 2 art squares $44 ; 8 yds carpet for border $12 ; carpet felt $10 ; laying 

carpets $6.50 ; rocking chair $12 ; office chair $15 ; 4 chairs at $4.50 

McLennan McFeely & Co^ wall paper, border and putting up, $61 . 15 ; stove $25 ; pipes, 

fire screen, etc $29 



Carried forward. 



$ cts . 
18,717 90 



125 28 
265 00 

SI 50 



472 536 

145 00 

26 25 



389 00 
50 00 



1,205 11 



1,225 70 



402 50 


725 00 


386 40 


168 00 


87 50 
95 75 


254 05 
137 25 



654 80 



290 95 
l(i 00 



352 50 



'4 10 



108 30 
1,380 00 



2,280 83 
59 00 


288 65 
50 00 


92 65 


117 50 


115 15 


30,839 87 



ri r BLIC WORKS Di:r. 1 R 7 M AAV T . EX PENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Yukon District: Public Buildings— Continued. 

Brought forward 



Dawson Public BuUdinys— Continued. 

Government Lodging Houses ($447.69) — 

Adair Thus : matting, 66 yds at $1 ; tacks and paper $13.25 ; labour, 17 hrs at $] 25 
Arctic Sawmill : 1 in T & G flooring, 1)78 ft at 124c ; 1 in D D, 333 ft at 15c ; 1 in rough, 

95 ft at 10c ; beds, 3 at $8 ; tables, 2 at $5 50 ; chairs, 4 at §2.50 ; 2 washstands $5 : 

tar paper, hinges, etc §19.75 ; carpenter, 47 hrs at $1 

Gallant J . M, caulking house 

Legal Ad\ iser, Mr Clements, Cabin ($260 40) — 

Adair, Thos : matting, 32 yds at $1 ; labour, 7 hrs at $1 .25 ; iron bed §45 ; mattress §20 ; 

toilet set $14, lamp $10 ; sundries $29 75 

\pple. Ceo J : setting up stove in Mr Clements' office 

Dawson Sawmill & Building Co: typewriter table §20; file case §25; washstand $10; 

sign boards, 3 at §3.50 ; lumber, etc $8.65 ; labour, 6 hrs at $1.50 

McLennan, McFeely & Co, cash box . . .... 

Poliee Court ($160.60)—" 

Alaska Commercial Co : door $10 ; 2 sashes §8 ; pr hinges and rim lock §3.50 

Arctic Paint & Paper Co : canvas lining, 160 yds at 30c ; hanging do $16 ; sewing §8 ' 

Brown W J , removing partition and fixing up police court 54| hrs at $1 

Dawson Sawmill & Building Co, 84 ft of 1 x 6, s 4 s 

Timber and Land Office and Registrar's Office (§304.35)— 

Apple Geo J : No. 21 air tight stove §25 ; pipes, etc, §4 ; setting up §0.35 

Dawson Sawmill & Building Co, cupboard 

DelageT& A, repairing table desks pigeon holes, etc $12.75; making repairs, cutting 

partition, etc in Registrar's office §94 . 50 

McLennan, McFeely & Co: heater §30; 52 jts stove pipe $26; sundries §11. 50 ; labour 

$21 . 25 ; table lamp §10 

Girouard's Cabin (§427.85)— 

Adair, Thos : matting, 23 yds at §1 : labour, 7 hrs at $1.25 ; sundries §13.75 

Apple Ceo J : tin rooting, 318f sq ft at 25c ; safety flues 2 at $15 ; No 24 air tight stove 

$35 ; sundries $46.62 ; galv tank and vent pipe $14 ; men's time, 1H hrs at §2.50 

Como J Bto : putting boards on cabin, 21 hrs at $1 ; 8 lbs nails $1 60 ~ 

Dawson Sawmill & Building Co, batten door, hinges, etc 

Pilon, Isaie : wall paper and putting on §17.50 ; making dry earth closet $10 ; work on 

cabin 7 hrs at §1 

Yukon Saw Mill Co, 518 ft of shiplap at $1 . 50 

Telegraph Station and Public Works Office ($16,542. 24)— 

Soucie, Mary, services as cook and housekeeper June 1900 $125 ; transport from Dawson 

to Seattle §125 : part charged to this vote 

Topley Studio, supplies for Mr. Fuller : No. 5 C kodak §35 ; tripod $5; 36 rolls film 

*67.20 ; 8 rolls developing $8 

Williams Mill, The James : 1 in ceiling, etc, 5,812 ft at $120 ; d 4 s, 245 ft at $140 ; 600 1 

ft at 5c ; sundry lumber, 16,604 ft at §80 ; mud sills, 240 1 ft at 25c ; posts, 94 1 ft at 

10c ; door §10 

Cost of building P W offices, transferred from Bennett-Dawson Telegraph Line. (Page V-63) 

Dominion Creek Mining Inspector (-$50.50). 



Mr. 



Apple Geo J : No 27 heater §40 ; stove pipes, etc $10.50. 



Fort Selkirk Timber Oflice ($14). 

Pitts, H H, repairs to cabin, Oct 1899 

(irand Forks Mining Inspector ($21.50). 

Jenkins & Co, 1 \ yds green baize $1.50 ; Rumbaugh F. M, table $20 

Hunker Creek Mining Inspector ($306.95). 

Dawson Sawmill and Building Co, 103 ft of lumber at $150 

Jenkins & Co, mattress $18 ; McLennan, McFeeley & Co, heater §30, pipes etc $25.50 

Parmo H, cutting wood and fixing cabin 

Zettler, John, purchase price of cabin situated at Gold Bottom 



Selkirk Public Building ($4680.81). 

Cost of building transferred from Bennett-Dawson Telegraph Line (Page V— 63) 

Sulphur Creek Mining Inspector ($68.15). 

McLennan. McFeely & Co : heater $25 ; pipes, etc $7 ; 2 lamps $12 ; galv tub $8 : sash $8 ; 
sundries SS.25 



Carried forward. 



% cts. 
30,839 87 



loo 50 



2 ( . '7 L9 
50 00 



159 50 

5 75 

83 15 
12 00 

21 50 
72 00 
54 50 
12 60 

38 35 
30 00 



137 25 


98 75 


45 50 


234 05 

22 60 
13 50 


34 50 
77 70 


62 50 


115 20 



2,169 50 
14,195 04 



50 50 



14 00 



21 50 



15 45 

73 50 

18 00 

200 00 



4,580 81 



68 25 



54,025 01 



V-54 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Yukon District : Public Buildings— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Tagish Public Building ($1,787.35). 
Cost of building transferred from Bennett-Dawson Telegraph Line (Page V— 63) 

White Horse Telegraph Office, etc. ($733.03). 

Brazeau, J, labourer, June 12-20, 1900, 79 dys at $3 

Chambers, H : hauling logs, 27* hrs at $2 ; freighting supplies $1 

Fournier Ernest, labour, June 12-20, 1900, 79 dys at $3 

Upper Yukon Consolidated Co : rough lumber, 8395 ft at 7|c. . . 

Generally ($29,876.39). 



% cts. 
54,025 01 

1,737 35 



23 70 

56 00 

23 70 

629 63 



Baril A, on account of wages • •. • • • • 

Bennett Lake and Klondyke Nav Co, freight on six cases of P.O furniture Victoria to Ben 

nett $205.90 ; wharfage at Skagway $15.50 

Booge J E, groceries $80.65 ; Bruce, Alex making 3 drawing boards $12.70 

Calhoun, Wm M, Dawson ($8227.79) 

Cedar |-in to £-in x 4-in, T k G, etc, 20314 ft at $195 

Fir, s 4 s, 10165 ft at $180 

Architrave, 1 x 5, 2988 1 ft at 15c ; 2-in picture, 1004 1 ft at 10c 

Crown : 1992 1 ft of 3-in, at 10c ; 1992 of 4-in, at 15c 

One-fourth round, J-in, 9074 1 ft at 5c ; |-in Scotia. 4554 1 ft at 5c 

Lip : 1404 1 ft of 2*-in, at 10c ; 2004 of 3-in, at 12|c 

O G stop, 1^-in, 4008 1 ft at 5e ; 24 corner blocks at 25c, 86 base at 35c. . . . 

Bank charges, one per cent on $8146.33 

Can Pac By Co, freight on vault $58.05 ; Dom Express Co, freight $54 

Charleson, Edward E ($605.20) 

Services in Architect's Office Dawson, Dec 1-13, 1899 at $150 a month, $63.87; less cash on 
account $35.25 : 

Services, Dec 14 1899 to Jan 31, 1900 at $150 am 

Travelling expenses from Dawson to Ottawa, Dec 14, 1899 

Charleson J B — 

First-class tickets, Dawson to White Horse, June 27, 1900, for J E Gobeil %io, A. Hardy 

$75 

Choquette J T, making 2 refrigerators, 20^ days at $10 

Dawson News Publishing Co, advertising tenders for public buildings 

Day, W R, on account of wages 

Ewart H E, asst to supt architect, Dawson, June 1900 

Fleury, Eugene, on account of wages 

Foster, A E, MD, medical attendance June 1900 : H Maranda $15, J J O'Connor $15 

Fuller, TW ($7460.73) 

Services, balance for J une 1899 

„ . 12 mos to June 30, 1900, (part of ^$2,000 salary) 

Cartage $24 ; commission at 1 per cent $15. 

Advances not accounted fur Nov 14, 1900 

Gilchen, H, Govt Storekeeper, Bennett : 6 fares Bennett to Taku City at $12.50, 12 meals on 

Str "Nora" $12 ; expenses, to Caribou and return June, $12.25, White Horse and return 

$25; sundry outlay $137.20 

Grenon, Jos, carpenter, on account of wages 

Jenkins & Co : arm chairs, 6 at $10 ; common chairs, 12 at $4.50. ... 

Juneau Hardware Co : hinges, hasps and staples 

Klondyke Mill Co : sundry lumber 

Ladue', The Joseph Co : lumber, 1368 ft at 15c, 626 at 12*0 ; \ round moulding, 386 1 ft at 6c, 

100 at 5c; sundry $2.20 ; less error in bill of Feb 2 1899 $23.75 

Lapointe, J A, on account of services 

Larainee, Geo, on account of services 

Laurencelle, W, on account of services 

Lewis, Dr. G, medical attendance, June 1900 : for Angus O'Neill $50 ; Jos Segum $10 .... 

Maranda, H, on account of wages 

Marsolais, Ed, on account of wages , 

Murchie, W S. on account of wages. .... .......... 

McLennan, McFeely & Co: lamps, 4 at $8, 7 at $10; heater $30; pipes, &c$9.50; 4 doz 

toilet paper $14 ; kitchen utensils, hardware &c $245. 55. 

O'Connor, J J, on account of services . . . 

Picard, L, on account of services 

Presbyterian Hospital, Atlin, board and attendance on A O'Neill in June 1900 

Seguin, Jos, on account of wages 

Stumer H E, mattresses : 1 woven wire $15, 1 Excelsior $20 

Turner, J, cook, advance on account of salary 

Carried forward 



440 00 



221 40 


93 35 


3,961 23 


1,829 70 


548 60 


498 00 


681 40 


390 90 


236 50 


81 46 


112 05 


28 62 


237 08 


339 50 


150 00 


205 00 


126 00 


40 00 


150 00 


325 00 


30 00 


21 73 


1,400 00 


39 00 


6,000 00 


261 45 


340 00 


114 00 


10 50 


71 62 


290 06 


75 00 


275 00 


325 00 


60 00 


775 00 


200 00 


70 00 



401 05 
50 00 

440 00 
35 00 

400 00 
35 00 
25 00 



78,935 59 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-55 



Yukon District : Public Buildings— Concluded. 



Brought forward 

Generally— Concluded. 

Victoria Market, Dawson, roast beef, steak, &c 

Walkenshaw, T T, Eng Portland cement, 2 brls at .$50, 380 lbs at 12^c 

White Pass and Yukon Route ($1845.07) 

Fares : Bennett to Dawson, June 14, 1900, 16 at $55 ; 1 Dawson to White Horse June 

30, 1900, $60. 

Freight on supplies 

Queen's Printer's account 

Yukon Public Works : Cash Account, 1899 (see end of P W e>p) 

(Note : Vouchers received Dec 21, 1900, too late to detail here.) 

Lesss charged to Atlin-Quesnelle Tel Line (Page V — 69) 

Total carried to page V — 2 

Yukon District: Trails, Roads and Bridges. 

Berthiaume, Geo E : wages, 3 m to Oct 15, $150 ; beds and breakfast for 2, $3.75 

Cameron, Frank, wages, July 26 to Oct 22, 189!) ; 89 d at $2 ; stores $45.80 

Canada Development Co, Bennett: passages Caribou to Bennett, 28 at $2.50 ; meals, 28 at $1. 

Canadian Pacific Nav Co, Victoria : passages, Skagway to Vancouver, 28 

Can. Pacific Ry, passages : Ottawa to Victoria, B.C, 28 men at $46.70, 2 at $73 ; Vancouver 
to Ottawa, 1st class, 2 men, $146.10, 2nd class, 23 at $57.95 ; 1 2nd class, Vancouver to 
Ottawa via St. Paul $57 . 95 

Can. Pacific Ry, Vancouver, freight 

Charleson, J. B., amount carried to "Yukon Public Works Cash Account, 1899 " (see end of 
P W Expenditure : vouchers received Dec 21, 1900, too late to detail here) 

Comptroller N. W. M. Police, provisions, stores, &c 

de Coeli, Ed, wages, Nov 23-Dec 31, 39 d at $3 

Dick, Wm : labour, 106 d at $2 ; fare to Victoria $3 ; less 1 lb tobacco, $1.20 ; cash, $5.50. , . 

Donaldson Trading Co, Vancouver: pack straps, 32 at $1.75; oil bags, 36 at $1.25, 
12 at $1 ; canvas bags, 102 at 75c ; blankets, 2 prs at $12; rubber pillows, 2 at $3.25; 
moccasins, 6 prs at $1.90; gum boots, 3 prs at $6.50; tan boots, 1 pr $6 : 1 w. p, coat, 
$20 : 1 coat, $5.50; socks, 6 prs at 60c; heavy flannels, 1 suit $3; 1 suit underwear 
$2 50 ; sweaters, 2 at $2 . 50, 2 at $2 ; cuff mitts. 2 prs $2 . 50 ; sundry $7 . 10 

Duchesnean, Alph : wages, July 26 to Oct 10 1899, 77 d at $2 ; less cash $25, stores $39.20. . . 

Fairbairn J E, per str. " Florence " : first class passage Labarge to 9 miles below Five Fingers 

Graves Bros, Ottawa : camp stoves, 8 at $2.75; cook stoves, 4 at $8 ; pails, 4 sets at $2.25 ;' 
baking reflectors, 4 at $2.20 ; Dutch ovens, 4 at 60c ; axes, 24 at 75c ; axes double blade, 
16 at $1.35 ; small axes, 8 at 75c ; cro-s cut saws, 2 at $3.75 ; 1 man saws, 2 at $2.50 ; 
hand saws. 4 at $1.35 ; frying pans, 8 at 60c ; grind stones, 4 at $1.25 ; butcher knives, 8 
at 70c ; rope, 68 lbs at 12k: : horse shoeing outfits, 4 at $2.15 ; shovels, 12 at 75c ; mat- 
tocks, 12 at 75c : axe handles, 52, $10.84 ; pick handles, 28, $2.92 ; augers, l^-in, 4 at 85c; 
picks, 12 at 60c; carpenters' axes, 4 at $1 ; packing boxes, 6 at 50c; draw knives, 4 at 
75c ; coffee mil's, 4 at 75c ; copper rivets, 4 lbs at 50c ; rivet sets, 4 at 50c ; knives and 
forks, 5 doz at $1.25 ; shanty plates, at 90c ; soup dishes, 6 at 45c ; miners' cups, 4 at 
(j5c ; spoons, 10 doz $2 ; hammers, 4 at 50c ; sundry, $9.70 

Grist, Henry, J. P. taking 13 declarations at 20c 

Hardy A., expenditure for which vouchers have not been received at audit office, Dec 1,1900. . 

Heuey M. J. Bennett : team, 2 d at $20; 3 n en 2 days each time, White Horse to Caribou, 
$24 ; 2 men 2 da t vs each time. Caribou to Tagish, $16 ; feed for 9 horses 3 days each, in 
all 27 d. at $3 : meals for men. 79 at $1 ' 

Irish, Wm : wages, Aug 15 to Oct 24, 1899, 71 d at $3 ; less cash $130, tobacco $6 

Leclair, John : wages, July 15-Oct 18, Oct 21-24, 100 d at $2 ; less cash $25 

Mulligan .1. L. Vancouver: wages on roads and bridge, Sept 1-Nov 1, til d at $2.50 ; July 
21-Sept 1st, Nov 1-14, 56 d at $2 ; less 1 lb. tobacco, $1 

McArthur J. J. advance 

McLennan, McFe^ly & Co Bennett : handled axes, % doz at $20 ; axe handles, 1 doz $5 ; mat- 
tocks and handles. 6 at $175 ; grindstone $2.50 ; knives and folks, lh dz at $2.50 ; fry- 
ing pans, 2 at 75c ; pails, 1 set $2 . 50 ; tin plates, H dz at $1 . 20 ; sundry $3 . 40 

McMillan & Hamilton, Vancouver : B. beacon, 1000 lbs at 13c ; reindeer milk, 12 cases at 
$5.75 ; cooking raisins, 600 lbs at 8c ; eva. peaches, 300 Iks. at 16c ; Johnston's fluid beef 
16-oz, 4 dz at $15 ; tomatoes, 12 dz at $1. .25 : flour. 1200 lbs $28 80 ; tea, 45 lbs at 30c ; 
coffee, 25 lbs at 25c; sugar, gran, 300 lbs $15.75; Anglo.Swiss milk, 12 doz, $17.25; 
raisins, 3 boxes, $10.50; beans, 300 lbs, $7.45; rice, 200 lbs, $8; evap. apples, 3 boxes, 
$18; evap. peaches, 3 boxes, $10.92; drd. potatoes, 50 lbs $6; baking powder, 25 lbs. 
$10; drd vegetables, IS lbs at 40c ; fluid beef, 8-oz, 1 cs, $8; 1 watch, $7.50; sacks used 
in packing, $6.70 ; towels and 3 yds towelling, $5; cartage and wharfage, $2.90 : sundry, 
$14.40 ., 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 


78,935 59 


37 82 
147 50 


940 00 

1,936 82 

74 05 

4,300 00 


86,371 78 
500 00 


85,871 78 


153 75 

132 20 

98 00 

560 00 


2,990 50 
43 36 


287 20 

1,026 95 

117 00 

208 30 



310 10 
89 80 
25 00 



260 21 

2 60 

4,153 38 



240 00 

77 00 
175 00 

263 50 
350 00 



45 95 



574 14 



12,183 94 



V-56 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Yukon District: Trails, Roads and Bridges— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Piercy J & Co, Victoria : 8 oz duck tents D. L. sewn with patent stove hole, complete, 
10 x 14 x 3i 3 at $12.50, 8 x 10 x 2£, 6 at $11 ; shipping and wharfage 50c 

Rithet R. P. & Co, Victoria, agents, Pacific SS. Co : fares per SS. "Queen" from Victoria 
to Skagway, cabin, 2 at $25, 2nd class, 30 at $10 ; freight on 72 packages, groceries from 
Vancouver to Victoria $5.50 ; wharfage, $2.50 ; express to outer wharf 50c 

Strickland J. C, Atlin : hay. 200 lbs at 5c ; 4 meals and beds for 2 men, $6 ; 12 meals at 75c ; 
2 bunks at 50c ; rope 50 ft $2.50 

Thebo. C. W, Dawson, 11 horses and saddle equipment 

Vieu, Ls : wages, July 15-Oct 18, Oct 21-24, 70 d at $2, 30 at $2.50 5 less cash $55, stores $7.38. 

White Pass and Yukon Ry, Skagway : passages Bennett to Skagway, 28 at $10 ; transporta- 
tion of Mc Arthurs party, Aug 9, 1899, voucher out (52932) $220.45 

Payments on account of services (detailed vouchers not yet received at Audit ' thee, Dec 2 
1900) : Raoul Belanger $75, Ceo Bonneville $100, Wm Bourgeau $90, Jos Cardinal $90, 
Tnos Cardinal $90, Frs Chartier $90, Leon Chartier$90, Jos Chenier $150, Peter Clement 
$75, Ed DeCoeli $150, K D Dumontier $163.25, Xav Fortin $75, Ceo Clandon $75, T 
Guertin 890, Cy Lacroix $90. D Lavigne $75, John Leclair $175, E Lefebvre $129, J B Le- 
gault jr $90, Jos Mallett $90, A Marleau $105, Jos Morgan $40, Alex Morin $120, Jos 
Thibault $150, Noe Tiumiins $90, Jos Vieu $90, Norman Watt $114.25 

Accounts detailed below. 

Tache, J C, pay-lists and accounts (Page V— 57) 

Yukon Local Govt, in partial repayment of expenditure ( Page V— 58) 

Total, carried to page V — 2 

J. C. Taclie : Account of Expenditure. 

Tache. J C, engineer-in-charge : 

Salary (in addition to $1650 a year from Civil Govt) : March 11, 1899 to June 30. 1900, at 

$1100 a year 

Travel and sundry outlay, March to Sept, 1899 : 

Five Fiuycrs & Rink Rapids: Pay-lists, Oct 1 1899 to Map 31 1900 ($7893.15) 

Foreman, Delphis Menard, 50f d in Oct-Nov at $3, 28 d in Dec at $4, 134^ din Jan-May at $5 

Clerk, J U Bray, 209^ d in Oct-Apl at $3.50, May at $150 

Blacksmith, J Doray, 214 d at 4 

Cook, John Ames, between Oct 1 and May 9, at $125 a month 

Rockman, E Bernard, 55i d in Mar- Apl at $3.50 

Axeman, E Dumais, 50^ d in Oct-Nov at $3, 52| d in Dec-Jan at $3.50 

Rockmen, days at $3 : E Bernard 15J, A Cardinal 97£, Robt Clegg 40f, Gonz Cote 53, Eug. 
Delisle 69i, Dan'Ryan 86f, David Spotton 25, Geo Surgeson 27|. John Whalen 100| 

Labourers, days at $3 : J Brazeau 32, L H Chilson 32^, E Dumas 32, Ern Fournier82, S Harri- 
son 6, Edw Hummel 49f, L Rosenfeldt 29^, J F Roundtree 43^, Dan Ryan 27, David 
Spotton 81i, Geo Surgeson 3bj, John Whalen 7 

Labourers, days at $2.50 : C Ellis 65^, Geo Sturgis 26^ 

Labourer. Ernest Eournier, 17 d in Feb at $75 a month 

30-Mile River: Pay-lists, Feb- June 10 ($4369.30) 

Foreman, E Dumais, 108i d at $5 ; powderman, J A Lewis 15 d at $3 

Dog-driver, F. Rountree/20 d at $3 ; rockman, E Bernard, 33 d at $3.50 

Blacksmith, Geo Surgeson, 117i d at $4 ; carpenter, L Russell, 724 d at $3.50 

Rockmen, days at $3 : R Blanchard 97i, J Brazeau 28, E Delisle 33, O Delisle 97*, A Desjar- 
dins 16, John Duggan 93J, F Dumais 28, Eug Fournier 98J, J A Lewis 81|, W T O'Neil 
24, Jos St Germain 33 . . . 

Labourers, days at $3 : J Brazeau 5, A Desjardins 88, F Dumas 6, Ern Fournier 9, M J Phalen 
59^, R Russell 15 . 

Labourers, O VV Evans, Feb-May, 374 d at $2.50 

Cooks : L H Chilson, 23 d at $3 ; Jos'Pruneau, at $100 a month, $279.30 ... 



■ Tayish Wharf d. -Buoys, Caribou Buoys : Pay-lists, Mar 16- May 31 ($538) 

Foreman carpenter, J A Lafortune, 67 d at $5 

Labourers : at $3.50, Victor Rivard 32 d ; at $3, R C Grundy 17 d ; at $2.50, G A Thompson 
7d, RTodd7d 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
12,183 94 



104 00 



;>ms 50 

28 50 
1,100 00 

152 62 

501 i 45 



2,577 50 



15,557 50 
70,000 00 



102,749 01 



1,437 53 
2,361 07 



935 50 
882 37 
856,00 
891 58 
194 25 
336 00 

1,564 50 



1,362 00 

230 00 

40 95 



587 50 
175 50 
723 75 



1,892 25 

548 25 

93 75 
348 30 



335 00 
198 00 



15,994 05 



. priUJC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



J. C. Tjm-Im' : Account <>r Expenditure Continued. 

Brought forward 

Telegraph Line: Pap-list, Oct-Nov. 1899. 
Labourers ; .1 Ames $12, .1 Bray $9.63, E Dumais $10.75, I) Menard $26.25, I) Ryan $6. . . . 

Pay-list, Jum tS99, (Details not at hand) 
Geo Anderson $48.25, .Martin Olsen $47 94, C A Phillips $77.25 

Suwlry Accounts ($2,650.61). 

Basinet, Jos, putting up tent, &e, $10 ; Brazeau, J, provisions $29 

B A Corporation, provisions $35.40 ; < ( D ( !o, board $43 

Burns, P & ( !o : provisions $27.60, tent $12, team hire .$10 ' .. 

Carpenter J, board $8 ; Champagne, J P, travel $68 

Clark, W A, board and provisions $214.75 ; Dixon, T B, painting $11.80 

Doray, J, travel. White Horse to Gatineau Pt, June 8-24, 1900 

D'Orsonnens, Arth, Selkirk, 16 d board for 3 men, Nov 11-26, at $2.50 

Dumais, E, board $16.50 ; Evans, () W, outlay .$12.75.. ' '/ ' 

Fournier, E, board $5 ; Freeman, F P, potatoes 300 lbs at 20c 

Fussell, Capt John, board &c $101.50; Henry Co, lumber .$137.3.3 

Heney, M J : 40 pc giant powder, 500 lbs at 33c ; fuse and caps $4 ; freight on 1,070 lbs at iOc ; 

team and man, oh d at $20 ; sundry $38 . 

Lafortune. J A, 3 meals S3 ; Lewis, A J), 2 sleds $10 [ .............. 

Meder, J L, mutton, 49 lbs at 50c ; Menard, D, board $4 

Miller, H J, Dawson, beef delivered at Lower Laberge, 150 lbs at 30c ; at Five Fingers 320 

lbs at 40c 

Mooney, J, 2 dog sleighs $7 ; McKay, F A, horse $40 . .........[..... 

N W M P : board of men $85.25 ; Shaver, M, washing &c $26.35 

Sprague, H W, board of men $241.63; Sprague, M E, doing correspondence $6. . . . 
V Y Co : smith's forge $11, 227 lbs iron at 12c . . . 
West, J & Co, board of J C Tache, days 

W P '& Y Route, freight. . . ' .. \ 

Whitney & Pedlar, hardware, provisions, &c 

Balance to be accounted for by J C Tache 



V 57 



$ cts. 

15,994 06 



'0 63 



L73 II 



Less 



| : paid at Ottawa to, J U Bray $882.37, J Doray $826.15, J A Lafortune $253.90, J C 
Tache $2,o44.56 ; cash, from J B Charleson $50, from J Y Rochester $10 ; goods from 



store si;G!).20. 
Balance, carriel to page V— 5(5. 



Yukon Roads and Trail* : Outlay by Local Government. 

Ashley, John W., C E, inspector, services and outlay- 
Wages : July 25- Aug 6, 12 d at $6; Aug 17-25, 7^ d, Sept, 26 d, Oct, 29 d, Nov, 26 d 

Dec, 13 d, 1011 d at $10 

McKay Thos assistant, wages, Aug 17-2(5, 8 d at $6 

Chainmen at $8 : F. J. Bagsbaw, 1 d ; Fred Callender, Id; Rd. Cooley, 1 d ; Geo Cur- 

tis, f d ; W. D. McDonald, 1 d ; Hy Parks, 2 d ; Walter Sykes, 2d 

Chopping ice off wagon roads at $8 : David Carey, 14i d ; W P Drummond 2d; J S 

Mulvey U d ; John ( Meson h d ; H J Reinarts, 1 d ; "Robert Sims, 2d. 
C hopping ice and fixing switch backs for winter. Wm McDonald, 3 d at $8 
Brushing road and fixing switch backs for winter, H. Pfister, 7 d at $8 . . . . 

Blazing wagon road, G Rim. W D McDonald 2d 

Chopping ice, Cariboo, 1 d $8 ; axeman, Wm Snell, i d at $8 

Trading Co, axe $2.25 ; Smith, P., pack-strap, $2.30 

Removing ice : Hunker Branch, $3(5 ; Main Road, $8, no sub vouchers. . . . 
Bartlett Bros, Dawson : amount voted to assist in the construction of a trail from 3 above 
on Hunker to 6 below upper on Dominion Creek over the low divide, $500 ; services of 
man and team hauling tools, blankets, men, &c, to Cook's Road House, 2 d at $35; tele- 
phone message $4.50 



39 00 


78 40 


49 (Id 


76 00 


226 55 


130 (55 


120 00 


29 25 


(55 00 


23S 83 


384 00 


13 00 


28 50 


175 40 


47 00 


111 60 


247 03 


38 25 


21 00 


370 20 


160 75 


904 95 



20,793 68 



5.230 is 



15,557 50 



Carey Daniel, Dawson, labour on Hunker Branch Road chopping ice &c, 8d at $8 
±isher J Gordon, Dawson : labour keeping Hunker Road clear, 12 d at $8, 17 d 



.. at $8; 43. 
hrs at 80c 

Fraser,_Fawcett cV. Cameron, road from Lovett Gulch trail towards Dominion Creek : 6,', m 



at $1750. 



Ceschwindt, John, clearing ice &c from new road at Thomas' Gulch, 10 d at $7.60. 
Carried forward 



1,087 00 
48 00 


70 00 


172 00 
24 00 
56 00 
16 00 
14 00 
4 75 
44 00 


574 50 

04 oo 


200 40 


I0.70:. 45 
75 00 


13,281 10 



V-58 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Yukon Roads and Trails : Outlay by Local Government — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Grede Geo, Dawson, work on Ridge road, 7 d at $8 . 

Hall Henry, Dawson, work on Ridge road, 5 d. at $8 

Hartney, Jas : road on ridge between Soda and Last Chance Creek to a point on Hunker 

Creek at the mouth of Gold Bottom Creek, 5S£J miles at $1,240, $6,702.59 ; bridge across 

Hunker Creek at mouth of Gold Bottom Creek $310 

Honnen, H H, Dawson : use of team 3 days, $90 ; drivers expenses, 9 meals, 2 beds, $17. . . . 
Kains, Torn, D.L.S, engineer and surveyor : 

Services, July 25 to Oct 31, 1899, 3/ T m. at $500 

Chaininan. H. J. Rose, 1 d on Bonanza road 

Removing: snow on Ridge Road, Feby 1899 : 

Foreman, H. J. Remarts, Feby 7-14, 7 d at $12.50 ; labourers, at $8, A. F. Booke7d, 
F. Boomer 7 d, A Duncan 7 d, O Furlan 7 d, John Mohlan 7 d, Wm Shoe- 
maker 7 d,-$423.50 ; less board $1G4.50 '. 

Board of men at $23.50 per week : Edward J Lough, $3.50 ; H. G. West, $28 ; F. C. 

Williams $133 

Bolton, Jephsum & Co, blue prints, of road, 10 at $2 

Kinghorn, Frank J, Dawson : 1 bale hay, 95 lbs at 30c ; oats, 100 lbs at 25c ' .... 

Matheson, D A : wagon-road from post " O " near intersection of Ridge road and horse-trail 

from upper ferry, to stake marked "20,000 ft " at rear of hotel on claim GO below : 3 '78 

miles at $1650, $6,237 ; less retained for completion of road in spring of 1900, $1,737 

Morris Levy, labourer, 6| d at $8 ; Olsen Chas, labourer, 2 d at $8 

Patterson & Cleveland, wagon -road : 

Bonanza Creek towards summit of Ridge : 5/VVo miles at $2350 

Bear Creek Divide to Forks : 5|f miles at $2350.. 

Between contracts of Fraser and Sutton : 5?fi> miles at $1950 

Patterson, John C : 

Read from Cariboo to head of Gold Run : 6 miles at $500 

Extension down Gold Run Valley, 7 miles at $175 

Two ditches for lowering water in Bonaaza Creek near new road 

Smith, H H : 

Road from high-water mark on Klondike river to beginning of Patterson & Cleveland s 
contract, including removal of cabin and cache, but exclusive of bridge 

Bridge acn ss slough of Klondike river : 

Sutton & Palmer : 

Road from Cook's Road House westward : 6^ miles at $1900 -■•;,••■ 

Road from Cook's Road House eastward toward Dominion Creek : 9 x \ miles at $1950. . 

Bridge across Dominion Creek 

Sheedy Daniel, work on Ridge road, Jany 22 to May 13 (including Sundays) 111 d. at $8 ... . 

Repairs to Trunk Road, Yukon Territory. 

Thibaudeau, W, Superintendent of Roads and Trails, June 

Foremen : John G. E. Schwindt, 28 d at $9 ; T. Lewis, 1711 d at $9 ; H. H.Smith 13.1 d at $9 

Labourers, days at $8: Ed. Arthur, 16 56; H. Baldack. 11 '25; N. Berghausen 11£; H. 
Collier, 11 9; T. Collins, 16 "56; G. Corbeil 8^ ; J Corkery 7 ; Jas. Corkery 6 ; F. Costa 
7; E. F. Doran, 10; Wm Dowling, 15 "70; W. Flanagan, 13 75; G. Hannah, 10'6; J. 
Killington, 14 "37;. T.J. Keefer, 14; John Lindsay, 10 • 3 ; A. Linklater, 16 20; Thos 
Leo, 13; W. A. Like, 6; F. H. Low, 16 43 ; W. R. Melville. 12J ; Levi Morris, 6; W. 
Moker, 11-90; Sam. McCulloch, 16 56 ; W. McDonald, 13*44; W. McGonagle, 11'90 ; 
T. McLaughlin, 9 37; H. Olsen, 11 9 ; Andrew Otin, 12; T. Patchell, 9 35; H. Pfister, 
29; L. Russell, 17; P. J. Riley 17; Chas. Rossher, 14 ; Robert Smith, 6; H. Shultz, 
13| 5 v - B. Sharp, 16 56 ; Jos. Snyder, 10 ; Chas. Tebo, 13 ; E. V action, 2 ; John Velein, 
12] Wm Walker, 15 7 ; W. Williams, 8 ; W. Williamson, 6; Geo. Wittman, 12 ; Gordon 
Wright, 2h 

Meals and lodging : 23 meals at $2 ; 8 lodgings $29 ; 6 meals and 2 lodgings, $18 ; 3 meals 
and lunch, $7 ; 3 meals, lodging and lunch, $11 

Saddle horse to Dominion and back $45 ; feed $7 

Refunded, W. Thibaudeau, $234.75 ; error in Ashley's account $4 



Less —Not yet repaid to Local Gov, bal to Apl 30 1900 

exp. to June 301900. 



26,996 32 
8,613 40 



Total carried to page V - 56. 



$ cts. 
13,281 10 



56 00 
40 00 



7,012 59 
107 00 

1,612 90 

7 00 



259 00 

164 50 
20 00 
53 50 



4,500 00 
68 00 

12,565 82 
12,551 14 
10,267 04 

3,000 00 

1.225 00 

500 00 



950 00 
600 00 

12,209 66 

17,727 27 

508 70 

888 00 



150 00 
523 75 



4,365 00 

111 00 
52 00 

238 75 



105,609 72 



35,609 72 



70,000 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-59 



Telegraph Lines in IB. i). and Yukon from Bennett to Dawson and 
Branch to Atlin City. 

Ahearn and Soper ($2724.84)— 

Telephone sets : long distance with bridging generators, 6 at $35 ; No 211 A Inspectors, 
12 at $25 

Relays : 150 ohm mainline, 27 at $7. 75, 6 at $5.25 ; 150 ohm, box with S L keys, 21 at $13 

S L keys, 27 at $2.50, 6 at $1.75 ; A L sounders, 27 at $3.75, 6 at $2.50 . 

" 6 " zincs, 1044 at 47jC ; coppers, 776 at 20c 

Leclanche batteries, 12 at $1 ; 6 x 8 glass jars, 732 at 37c 

One line button switches, 30 at $3.85, 27 at $5.75 

Okonite wire, No 14, 2900 ft at 3§c, 450 at 4^c 

Bluestone, 726 lbs at 10c ; sundries $30.07 ; packing $30.35 ... : 

Allen Bros, Skagway : air tight stove $12 ; 20 joints pipe $4 

Anderson, August, wireman, Aug-Sept, 1899, 29± d at $2.50 

Bate H N & Sons ($5082.41)— 

Flour. 185 brls at $4 .51 ; baking powder, 1 lb tins, 42 doz at $2 

Biscuits, 1615 lbs at 6c. ; cheese. 1001 lbs at lljc 

Butter, 1502 lbs at 24e; lard. 1000 lbs at 7gc 

Coffee, 1014 lbs at 30c ; tea, 1014 lbs at 30c 

Bacon, 3952 lbs at lie ; lump sugar, 2940 lbs at 5|c , 

Syrup, 8 lb tins, 300 at 39c ; marmalade, 7 lbs tins, 72 at 75c 

Bovril, 16 oz, 9 doz at $10.05, 8 oz, 9 doz at $10.25 

Ox tail soap, 12 doz at $5.25 ; tongue, 2 lb tins, 9 doz at $7.85 

Corn beef, 2-lb tins, 84 doz at $2 . 40, 4 lb tins, 42 doz at $4 87* 

Peaches, 2 lb, 34 at $2.75 ; pears, 2 lb, 40 doz at $1 . 58 ". 

Condensed milk, 4 doz ea case, 20 cases at $5.50 ; bicycle soap, 20 bx at $4.25 . 

Hen. b. o. brandy, 2 cases at $16.75 : rum, 10 galls at $5 25 

Cigars : " Representative," 3000 at $60 ; 1000 " Flora Espafia " $45 ; 1000 " El Bondoso : ' 
$37 

" Myrtle Navy " tobacco, 105 lbs at 70c ; Patent medicines $63.60 

Sundry groceries, etc $374. 18 ; cases, packing, etc $117 

Bell Telephone Co : telephones, 6 sets at $25 ; wire, batteries, etc $37.92 

Bennett Tin Shop : 2 stoves $15 ; pipes $2.75 

Blain de St Aubin, J, on account of salary 

Booge J E, Mgr Yukon Hotel Store, groceries 

Bray, J U, on account of wages 

Burkhard, Joseph & Co, Skagway, groceries, etc $60.23 ; freight $6.85 

Burns, P & Co, Bennett ($2012.67)— 

Beef, pork, etc 

Voucher 52936 outstanding Nov 19, 1900 

Busby, E S, attending to telegraph business, Dec 1899 to Men 31, 1900, May- June, 1900, 6mos 

at $50 

Canadian Development Co ($4144.75) — 

Fares White River : to Bennett, 28 at $60.50 ; 1 to Le Barge $39. 1 to Fort Selkirk $9 . . 

Voucher 55071 outstanding Nov 19, 1900 

Canadian General Klectric Co, Vancouver, 15 lbs (80 sticks) H R tubing 

Canadian Pacific Navigation Co, freight charges 

Canadian Pacific Py Co, freight charges 

Can Pac Ry Co's Telegraph, telegrams Dec 1899 

Can Yukon Lumber Co: lumher, 7144J ft at $75, 6296 at $110; sundries $36.40; window 

frames, 14 at $4.50, window sashes, 11 at $7, 5 at $5 ; cartage, etc, 60f hrs at $1.50 ; wood 

\h cords at $12 ; less 1494 lbs of hay and oats received from Dept at 10c 

Carlson. Hanny, Bennett, laundry 

Champagne J P. asst storekeeper at Bennett: June- July, 1899, 01 d at $3.50 ; Aug 1, 1899 to 

Mch 31, 1900, 243 d at $4 ; Apl 1-May 31, 1900, 61 d at $4.50, total $1460; less store 

account $6.50, charged to Atlin-Quesnelle Tel Line (page V— 64) $342.67, Yukon River 

Improvements, (page V— ) $415.42 

Charette. Ed, travelling expenses Bennett to Vancouver, July 25-27, 1899 

Charleson J B ($48,015.39) 

On account of services to Oct 31, 1900 

Carried to " Yukon Public Works, Cash Account, 1899 " (see end of P W Exp : vouchers 
received Dec 21, 1900, too late to detail here 

Lease of SS. Stratton 

Charleson W G ($12,035.85)- 

Tele^raph wire : No 8, 230,195 lbs at 2%c ; No 9, 10,040 lbs at 2^c 

Wire reels and carriers, 4 at $16 ; " Stubbs' " 8-in plyers, 4 doz at $20 



Climbing spurs and straps, 24 prs at $4 ; tree belts, 24 at $2 
No S splicing irons, 2 doz at $30 ; differential chain blocks, 3 



2 doz at $11 
336 ft at 35c 



b$35. 
broad 



2 doz at $22 ; small 
hand, 2 doz of 18-in at 



Axes : chopping, 5!) do/, at $8: telegraph pole, 

handled. 5 doz at $7 : hatchet, 3 doz at $7. . . 
Saws : 12 ice, 66 ft at 75c ; 00 S & 1 ) lance tooth 

$12, 1 doz spec $18, 1 doz $16 50 

Handles : axe, 80 doz at $1.75, 5 at $2; ice saws, 12 at $1.50 ; X cut saw, 90 prs at 18c 

Ice chisels and handles, 24 at $2 50 ; 1 doz steel stamping hammers $30 

Cant dogs, complete, 15 doz at $13.50; cant dog handles, 14 doz at $3.50 

Carried forward 



3UU w 

1,742 00 

2,402 75 

12 00 

1,627 66 

3,095 21 
108 95 


1,389 53 
25 60 


095 41 
35 00 


1,900 00 


43,015 39 
2,500 00 


6,030 99 
144 00 
144 00 

105 00 


594 00 


225 60 

184 2o 
90 on 

251 50 


79,lo;; 92 



V-60 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Telegraph Lines in B. C. and Yukon from Bennett to Daw won and 
Branch to Atlin City — Continual. 

Brought forward. 



Charleson, W G — Con. 

Pike poles, complete, 10 doz at $12 ; pike pole handles, 10 doz at $5 

Stone chains, 3 at $12 ; stone grips, 2 at $50 

Grub hoes, 2 doz at $8 ; spades and shovels, 4 doz at $8 ... 

Portable forges, 3 at $15, 1 at $12 ; Chesteiman's metallic tapes, 12 at $2.25 

Drift bolts, 12,234 lbs at 3c ; 5,000 carriage bolts for $56.73 

Tarred felt, 10,285 lbs at lie ; U S navy oakum, 600 lbs at 8c 

Manilla rope, 198 lbs at 12c, 4l| at 13c ; white lead, 500 lbs at 6c 

Steel, 1,867 lbs at 8c ; half and half solder, 200 lbs at 22c 

Screws, 295 gross for $83.52 : sundry hardware and tools, $871.37 

Wire nails : H-in, (i kegs at $3.15 ; 2|-in, 30 kegs at $3, 6 at $2.90 ; 3-in, 75 kegs at $2.95, 
6 at $2.85; 4-in, 50 kegs at $2.90, 6 at $2.80; 5 and 6-in, 60 kegs at $2 . 85, 12 at 
$2.75 ; 7-in, 50 kegs at $2.85 ; 9 in, 25 kegs at $3.50, 6 at $3.25 

U S army rifles and coveis, 4 at $27.50 ; shot guns and cover, 2 at $22.50 

Loaded shells, 900 at 2c ; cartridges, 800 at 6c, 1 M $15 : 

Double action revolvers, 2 at $13.50 ; 9g doz pocket and 1^ doz penknives for $41.63. . . . 

Agate basins, 6 doz at $3.90 ; 3 doz chaudrons, asstd, 955 lbs at 5c 

Camp outfits, complete, 3 aluminum $41 .25, 15 heavy tin $210 . . 

Steel cook stoves, 6 at $15 ; steel heaters, 12 at $9 

Sundry kitchen and camp utensils 

Chilkoot Railroad and Transport Co, freight charges 

Clayson, F H, voucher 53458 not yet received at Audit Office, Dec 3, 1900 . 

Clubb & Stewart, Vancouver : 25 prs blankets $142 ; 12 prs snowshoes $38 ; 22 prs moccasins 

$44.50; 8 suits $75.50; 7 coats $53.50; 6 prs pants $19 ; 8 caps $24.50; 6 shirts $12; 

13 suits underwear $41 ; 58 prs sox $28.65 ; 9 sweaters $21.25 ; 16 prs buck mits $20.50 ; 

12 oil bags $14.25 ; 4 w p sheets $8 ; sundries $32.95 

(Note.— $383.35 of above amount was charged as follows: J Blain de St Aubin 

$22.25 ; N Belle feuille $6.25 ; E Bover $3.50; J U Bray $27.50; E Charrette $27.25 ; 

Chas Couture $17.75; J' P Champagne $11.50; Jos Doray $22.10; N. Gagnon $2.65; 

Jos Gobeil $23.75 ; M Grimes $25.35 ; id Gilchen $23.50 ; F Hudon $26 ; J A Lafortune 

$25.75 ; A Larose $21 ; E Lavigne $2 ; F Moreau $23.75 ; F Ricard $12 ; J F Richardson 

$20 75; Mr Tache $38.75.) 

Comptroller of N W M P, provisions, board, &c . . 

Couture, ( .'has A, on account of wages 

Crean, M VV, services as superintendent Jan 1-May 31, 1900, 5m at $2,500 per annum, 

$1,041.66 ; Apl 24 on account of wages $100 ; less received on account to Apl 8 $349.37 . . 

Crickmov Bros, Vancouver, customs agents expenses 

Crooker,' F D, Bennett, services as clerk, March 1- June 4, 1900, 3 m at $75, 4 d at $2.50 ; board 

allowance, May 1-June 4, 35 days at $1.25; goods returned $26 . 40 ; less clothing and 

stores, $93.05 ; charged to Atlin-Quesnelle (page V— ) $60 

Dawson Hotel, Lake Bennett, board of men, Feb 1900 

Depot Hotel, New Westminster, board and lodging for E Charette Aug 1899 

Dick, D. G : potatoes 1537 lbs at 2c ; onions, 273 lbs. at 2c ; 2 boxes applbs $4.50 

Dodwell Co, freighting telegraph supplies from Dyea to Bennett : 164787 lbs at 3c, 6216 at 3^c : 

advance charges $213,10 .* 

Dominion Express Co, charges. 

Doray, Jos, on account of wages 

] »owling, F. W, on account of wages 

Dunn. I), labour 22^ days at $1.50 ; less store account $2.45 

Falconer, J H : 15 cords wood $120 ; 30 doz eggs $10 ; 1—2 wheel cart $25 ; hauling freight, 

$7.50 , 

Firstbrook Bros, Toronto, 2-in side blocks, 24500 at $26 a M 

Gagnon Norbert, Bennett, services as ccok, Oct 1, 1899 to Apl 30, 1900, 7 in at $100 ; less store 

account $12.65 

Garvey, A E, Vancouver, ticket Skagway to Vancouver $25 ; cartage and hotel $10 

Gilchen H, Govt Storekeeper, Bennett ($1221.33)— 

Services : paid on account to Sept 30, 1899 $550 ; Oct 1, 1899 to May 31, 1900, 243 days at 
$6, $2,008 ; less charged to Atlin-Quesnelle (page V— ) $635.33, and Yukon River 
Improvement (page V— ) $261.34 

Outlay to May 28, 1900 : expenses to Skagway and return, 3 trips at $25 ; exchange on 

draft $8.50 ; interest on overdraft $10 ; postage $10 ; milk $6.50 

Gobeil Jos, see statement of Yukon District at end of Public Works details (Page V— ). . 
Grand Palace Hotel, Bennett, B C: board and rooms for 9 men Oct 14-25, 1899 $90.50; 27 

meals in April 1900 at 50c 

Grimes, M R, on account of wages 

Hardy, A ($1005.35)— 

Services, Aug 1 to Dec 31, 1899 153 days at $3.50 

Travel and outlay Aug 2 to Nov 12, 1899 : return ticket Ottawa to Vancouver $133.60; 
sleepers, porters, etc $43.75 ; meals on train $19.75 ; sundry travel and outlay $272.75. 

Hinton, Geo C & Co : 

Hudon, F, on account services July-Sept $150 ; bal services to Nov 20 $5.70 

Carried forward 



cts. 



79,103 92 


170 00 


136 00 


48 00 


84 00 


423 75 


202 19 


59 19 


193 36 


954 89 


979 95 


155 00 


81 00 


68 63 


71 15 


251 25 


198 00 


130 20 


1,744 85 


5,422 54 



575 60 



107 08 
220 00 


792 29 
23 20 


151 10 
36 00 
16 00 
40 70 


5,374 25 

146 45 

315 00 

100 00 

31 30 


162 50 
637 00 


687 35 
35 00 



1,111 33 

110 00 

564 78 

104 00 
650 00 

535 50 

469 85 
159 50 
155 70 



103,790 35 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-61 



Telegraph 



lues in B. 0. and Yukon from Hdiiicd to Dawson 
Brain ii to Atlin City— Continued. 



an<l 



Brought forward 



I cts 



103,790 35 



Johnsou & McPhail : bents, 3 at $21, 3 at $14.50; rope 93 lbs a1 L5c; hardware, tools, etc 

$164.14 

Kelly, Douglas & Co ($7,974.98)— 

Bacon : breakfast, 7014 lbs at 134c, 68 at 15c; dry salt, 200 lbs at lOic 

Corn beef, 1 case at $6, 5 at $7.25 ; 100 doz tins at $2.15 

Lunchtongue, 1 lb tins : 100 doz at $2.85, 10 at $3 

Albert sardines ; 3 cases of \ lb tins at .$20 ; 2 of \ lb tins at $11 

Pork and beans. 3 lb tins : 40 doz at §2.25 

Meat and vegetables, 2h lb tins, 6 doz at §3.75 

Catsup, 5 cases at $7 ; L & P sauce, 9 doz pints at $6.75 

Pickles : 15 doz pints at $2.75 ; 20 5-gall kegs at $2 

Tomatoes, 20 doz tins at $1.30, 50 at $1.35 

Corn, 50 doz tins at $1.30 ; peas, 20 doz tins at $1.05, 50 at $1.10 

Peaches and pears, 2A lb tins, 220 doz at $2.50, 20 at $2.40 

Peaches pears and apples, 500 lbs at lie ; prunes, 600 lbs at 8c, 300 at 7c 

Currants, 563 lbs at 8c ; raisins, 616 lbs at 8c 

Evap apples, 2000 lbs at 12c ; evap apricots, 600 lbs at 21c. 100 at 16c 

Evap onions, 150 lbs at 32c ; evap potatoes, fOO lbs at 12c 

Onions, 4878 lbs at 3c ; 50 crates for onions, $11 : freight etc, on 50 crates onions $200.98. 

White beans, 1586 lbs at 2|c, 1075 lbs at 4c ; dried peas, 1560 lbs at 4c 

Soup vegetables, 200 lbs at 22c ; macaroni, 25 bx at 75c 

Creamery butter, 80 lbs at 35c, 1,800 at 30c, 300 at 29c, 1,080 at 28c 

Jersey cream, 40 cases at $5.50 ; St Charles cream, 50 cases at $6 

Canadian milk, 20 cases at $5, 50 at $4 . 75 

Evap eggs, 50 tins at $1 .15 ; leaf lard, 480 lbs at 1(%j, 600 at 12c 

Ceylon tea, 100 lbs at 30c ; coffee, 125 lbs at 30c, 300 at 22c 

Sugar : 1,400 lbs of Paris lump at 7c ; 200 at 6|c ; 3,400 lbs of gran at 5ic 

Japan rice, 500 lbs at 5c, 500 at 4£c, 100 at 4|-c 

Price's baking powder, 16 oz : 10 doz at $5.25, 10 at $5.50 

Boston pilot bread, 6 bxs at $2, 10 at $1 .90 

Flour, 40 bags at $2.65 ; rolled oacs, 7 bags at $2.75 

Cheese, 139 lbs at 13c ; vinegar, 100 galls at 50c, 50 at 60c 

Extract beef 4 oz, 10 doz at $4.50 ; 1 case " A " bitters $17.50 

Abbey's Eff Salts, 3 cases at .$5.25 ; 10 galls lime juice at $1 .10 

Tobacco : 70 lbs of T & B at 74c ; 86 of" Prince of Wales at 08c ; 1,000 Manuel Garcia 
cigars $75 

Axe handles, 10 doz at $2 . 25 ; 1 doz alarm clocks $14 

Bracket lamps, 2 doz at $18 ; brooms, 3 doz at $4.50 

Zinc pads, 2 doz at $6.50 ; 1 doz zinc wash tubs $18 - 

Candles, 500 lbs at 18c, 72 at 14c ; 50 gr of Eddy's matches at $2 

Comfort soap, 5 boxes at $4 75 ; sundry groceries, etc $241 .10 

Kegs. 5 at $1, 4 at $1 . 40 ; strapping $25 ; sugar tins, 40 at 75c. . 

Duck, sacks, 300 at 25c, 152 at 20c, 36 at 15c 

Wharfage, drayage, etc 

Lafortune J Alcide, on account of salary and travel 

Larose, Adolphe, expenditure for which satisfactory vouchers had not been received at Audit 

Office Nov 26, 1900. See statement of Yukon District at end of P. W. details, page V . 

Lewis, A D, Bennett, storage of goods, Nov 23, 1899- June 1, 1900 

Lewis Bros & Co, Montreal : sulphate of copper, 3,125 lbs at 8c ; iron strapped boxes, 31 at 50c. 

Lilly Bros, voucher 52935 not yet received at Audit Office, Dec 3, 1900 

L< >we & Sickenger, 10 x 12 tents, 1 at $22, 1 at $8 . 50, 1 at $7 . 50 

Macpherson, A & Son, Montreal, galv wire, 26,008 lbs at $2.74 

Mansfield A H, operator, Aug and Sept 1890, 2 m at $125; less cash received Oct 19, 1899 $100. 
Marsh W C, services as pilot, Sept 24-30, 1899, 6dysat$5 : wood supplied str " Lullv," $18.50. 

Mooney J, Bennett, labour Oct-Nov, 1899, 41 j d at $2 

Moreau Frs, balance services 

Morse, F H, Bennett, labour, Apl-May, 1900, 27| d at $2 ; less store account $9.05 

Mulligan, Fred J, services, Oct 10- Feb 28, 1900, 130 days at $3.50 ; 2 pr snowshoes $8 

Munn HA: scowing supplies, 273,610 lbs at 4£ cents; less contra account, $1,631.53; and 

less charged to " Yukon and Lewes Rivers," (page V — ) $1,414.51 

McDougal C E, on account of services 

McKay Bros : hams, 200 lbs at 60c ; 3 cases potatoes $105; case of Egan's butter $60 ; case 

sardines $30 ; 30 doz eggs $45 ; case of milk $18 ; case of cream $18 ; case of turkey $16 ; 

3 sacks flour $19.50; 40 lbs onions $16; case of mutton $16; case of canned peaches 

$16.50; case of cheese $20 ; case of oysters $15; case of raisins $15: case of pineapple 

$15; case of salmon si 6 ; sundries $200.50 

McKenzie Annie. Bennett, laundry $24.55 ; MacLennan Fr d, hardware 838 30 

McLennan. McFeely & Co ; 7 canoes $625 ; tents, 3 of 10 x 12, at $14, 1 of 8 x 10 at $12 ; heat- 
ing stove $12 ; alarm clocks 5 at $2 ; doors, 12 at $1 ; sash, 12 prs at $4.50 ; rope, 5'.).') lbs 

at 20c; sundries $83.53; voucher 52933 not vet received at Audit Office. Dec 3 1000, 

$800.79 .' 

Carried forward 



284 59 



978 09 


257 2:. 


315 00 


82 00 


00 00 


22 50 


95 75 


si 25 


93 50 


1-13 50 


598 00 


124 00 


94 32 


3S2 0(1 


108 00 


358 32 


140 02 


62 75 


057 40 


520 00 


337 50 


170 00 


133 50 


298 50 


50 75 


107 50 


31 00 


125 25 


08 07 


62 50 


26 75 


is.-, 28 


36 5o 


49 50 


31 00 


200 08 


204 85 


65 (iO 


110 80 


07 50 


708 65 


219 14 


20 00 


265 50 


2,327 79 


38 00 


714 26 


150 00 


48 50 




120 15 


45 95 


463 00 


8,992 79 


225 no 



701 50 
62 85 



1,806 32 
129,120 82 



V-62 



AUDITOR EXE R A US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Telegraph Lines in B. C. and Yukon from Bennett to Dawson and 
Branch to Atlin City — Continued. 

Brought forward 



Nesbit John, labour, Dec-Mch, 1900, 97 d at $1.50 ; less store account 75c 

North West Fixture Co, glass insulators, 10000 at $42.50 

Parker, Win, 1 snow sleigh, $10 ; Parks, W, 10 cords wood at $5 .... 

Peck, Gains L : services forwarding, etc telegraph supplies, July 5 tc Aug 11, 15 d at $3 

Sept & Oct, 2 mc at $60 ; fare Westminster to Vancouver $1.50 ; 10 meals $5 

Peoples, E R : plush couch $20 ; bedroom suite $37 . 50 ; carpet 17§ yds at 95c ; 1 room lino 

leum $15.86 ; 3 office chairs $19.50 ; sundries $63.85 

Potters' Mfg Association St Johns, P.Q. :porcelain telegraph insulators, 20700 at $86 ; barrels 

138 at 35c 

Racine C, Bennett : § in boards, 2000 ft at $65 ; 1 in boards, 4500 ft at $95 

Reid, John, Bennett, services as cook, May & June 1900, 29 days at $100 a month 

Richardson, J F on account 

Rochester J Y, expenditure for which satisfactory vouchers had not been received at Audit 

Office Nov 26, 1900, see statement of Yukon District at end of P W details (page V ). . 

Shaw, N P & Co : meat and vegetables 

Skagway Meat Co : beef, mutton, etc, 931 lbs at 13c, 82 lbs at 14c ; sundries $8 . 25 

Smith K G, on account of wages and travel 

Soucy Mary, services as cook and housekeeper at Telegraph Station Dawson, June 1900, 

$125 ; transportation from Dawson to Seattle $125 ; part charged to this vote 

Somerville, Wm, wire man, Aug 1-Sept 4, 1899, 31^ days at $2.50 ; less store account $5.65. 
Stetley, E M, telegraph operator at Caribou Crossing, Aug 16-Sept 30, 1899 at $100, $151.60 ; 

February 1900 $100 

Taylor Wm, long leg shoepax, 12 pairs at $4 

Thebo, C W, Dawson City : beef, 913^ lbs at 50c ; sausage, 5 lbs at 60c ; overpaid 40c 

Trodden James : contract for building 3 refuge cabins on Atlin-Tagish Line $1500 ; construc- 
tion of telegraph line from Tagish Post to Atlin City, 25 miles at $195, 25 at $185, 25 at 

$180 ; 1 per cent exchange on draft $50 ; fare of men from Atlin to Bennett, 8 at $10 ; 

goods returned to stores at Atlin $221.53 ; overcharge on gouds $2.59, $15,854.12 ; less 

cash Oct 15, 1899 $1000 ; cash per Gilchen $354 ; sundry supplies and freight accounts 

$1538.54 • 

Upper Yukon Consolidated Co : 1 scow No. 19, 14x44, with 2 oars, 2 sweeps, & mast $500 ; 

2 tarpaulins at $13 ; towing scow Bennett to Lower end of Marsh Lake & across LaBarge 

$200 

Victoria Market Dawson, meat 

Victoria-Yukon Trading Co ($8313.69)— 

Beef : 111 lbs at 15c ; 12 gross of corned at $6 

Butter, 60 lbs at 75c ; evap potatoes, 200 lbs at 40c 

Potatoes : 1165 lbs at 10c, 1213 at lie, 365 at 12c, 1806 at 13c, 7133 at 14c 

Onions : 73 lbs at 10c, 427 at lie, 104 at 12c, 636 at 13c, 1256 at 14c 

Kootenay ranges, complete, 4 at $75, 1 at $QQ, 1 at $65 

Stove pipes, 75 lengths for $19.50 ; 9 do;^ cups $22.50 ; 14 doz plates $35 

Wood, 14| cords at $6, 2 at $10 ; sawdust, 278 loads at 10c . 

Benches, 4 at $5 ; tables, 2 at $14 . 65 ; window sash, 10 at $3 . 50 4 

Tarpaulins, 4 at $20 ; tents, 2 at $18 ; 4 ensigns $58 

Oakum, 2 bales at $10 ; manure, 15 loads at $2 ; nails, 78| lbs at 20c 

Teaming, 117^ dys at $14, 86£ hrs at $2 ; labour, 67i hrs at 40c 

Slabs, 4213 ft at 2|c ; ice chisels, 12 at $2 ; sundries^ $169.92 

Lumber : 3611 ft at 7c, 537 ot 8c, 6421 at 9c, 11505 at 10c, 1741 at 12Jc 

Hay and oats 

Fi eight : ordinary, 5119 lbs at 3^c, on powder, 2000 lbs at 6c . . •. 

Poles, 6330 ft at 15c ; less deductions as below $394.32 

(Deduction as above : 2 telephones $120; 5 coils wire $42 75; 300 lbs bacon $61.50; 
sundry supplies $87 .42 ; freight paid W P & Y Route $82.65. total $394.32) 
West J & Co : 2 cases of coal oil $11; 2 cases tomatoes $14 . 50 ; potatoes, 193 lbs at 8c ; 4 

water barrels $13 . 50 ; board and lodging $49 

White Pass and Yukon Route ($20,288.40)— 
• Freight charges : 49570 lbs at 2|c, 225310 at 2c, 75845 at lfc, 21290 at l£e, sundry $42.25. 

Back charges $1155.75 ; packers charges $4359.52 

Customs $27.50 ; loading, etc $60.90 

Fares : Selwyn to Five Fingers $18.40, Selkirk to Five Fingers $11 .40 ; 4 meals $4 

Voucher 52934 outstanding Nov 28, 1900 

Whitney & Pedlar, sundry groceries, etc , 

Woods James W, Ottawa ($6921 .49)— 

Pants : Mackinaw, 120 prs at $2.50 ; best etoffe, 7 doz at $22.50 ; best tweed, 7 doz at 
$22 . 50 ; unlined, 3 T 7 ^ doz at $18 ; overall, 11 doz at $12, 5 at $9 . 50 

Coats : unlined, 1\ doz at $21 ; Mackinaw jumpers, 7r doz at $30 

Shirts : black top, 15 doz at $10.50 ; Mackinaw, 2| doz at $24 ; tweed, 15 doz at $14.50 ; 
serge top \\ doz at $24 ; flannel, % doz at $15 

Shirts and drawers ; hand knit, 13§ doz at $13.50, 10£ at $12 ; ribbed, 41 doz at $7.50 

Underwear, natural wool, 2§ doz at $40 ; 4 doz lighter weight at $18 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 

129,120 82 

144 75 

425 00 

60 00 

171 50 

173 49 



1,828 50 

557 50 

93 98 

948 78 


2,001 41 
223 75 
140 76 
398 90 


187 50 
74 10 


251 60 

48 00 
460 15 



12,961 58 



726 00 
113 45 

88 65 

125 00 

1,527 13 

325 27 

431 00 

77 00 
134 80 

84 30 
174 00 

65 70 

1,845 00 

299 25 

2,241 75 

40 50 
299 16 
555 18 



103 44 

7,603 14 

5,515 27 

88 40 

33 80 

7,047 79 

43 25 



859 00 
372 50 

474 25 
614 00 

178 67 



182,348 72 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-63 



Telegraph Lines in 15. C. and Yukon from Bennett to Dawson and 
Branch to Atliu City — Continued. 

Brought forward 



Woods, James \V, Ottawa— Con. 

Sox : hand knit, 25 doz at §3.75, 25 at §2.50 ; cashmere, 8 doz at §5 ; worsted, 2| doz at 
|6 ; fur lined sleeping, 2 doz at §24 

Long stockings, '. doz at $12 ; 5$ doz at §10.80 ; 5 doz at §7.75 

Mitts : Elk, 20 doz at §9. 50 ; hand knit, 25 doz at §3. 75 

Gloves : lined \% doz at §15 ; unlined, 3 doz at §12 

Moccasins : Elk, 20 doz at $16; long, 5 doz at §33 ; short 5 doz at §17.50 

Boots: Prospector's, 200 prs at $3.75 ; Yukon, 2 prs at §8.50, 9 pre at $8 ; I R hip, 24 
prs at §5.75. 1 at $5.50 ; Klondike, 4 prs at $7 . 

Eiderdown sleeping robes, 10 at §25 ; eiderdown caps, 6§ doz at §18 

Sleeping tuques, 3h doz at §7 ; cardigan jackets, 2 T V doz at §18.50 

Cloth caps, 7h doz at §7 . 50 ; eowboy hats, 7 doz at §33 

Yukon waterproof tweed suits, 3 at $25 ; duck suits, 3 at §12 

Handkerchiefs : linen, 8 doz at §2.95 ; turkey red, 13^ doz at §1 

Braces, 7 doz at §3.75 : towels, 5 doz at $2.95 ; towelling, 108 yds at 10c 

Grey blankets, 10 lb, 150 prs at §3.75 ; I R sheets, 30 at §2.50 

Pack straps, 3v-/ doz at $15 ; kit bags, 7 at §5 

Valises, A at $2 ; 1 doz canvas dunnage bags §15 

Egyptian tents : 2 double at §35 ; 8 single at §20, 3 at §17 

Sundries §G7 . 83 ; 2 gross pipes §47 . 50 ; packing, etc §52 

Labour, llf d at §3, 3 at §2, 9| at §1 .20, 50^ hrs at 30c, 11 at 25c 

Second hand flat to,j desk §7.50; cord of wood §7; towelling §6.85' cartage §5 ; freight 

- 1.80; laundry $4. 20; sundries §8.25 

Queen's Printer's account §1.40; Stationery Office, Ottawa, §14.52 



Less : Refund of balance due late F Ricard 4 00 

Bennett building, cost (Page V— 51) 4,501 77 

Cariboo .. ., (Page V— 51) 2,963 88 

Tagish ,. H (PageV-54) 1,737 35 

Selkirk ., „ . (Page V— 53) 4,580 81 

Dawson P W Office, cost (Page V— 53) 14,195 04 

.. Court House, repairs (Page V — 52) 654 80 

Yukon and Lewes Rivers (Page V — ) 1,055 30 



Total carried to page V — 2 



Quesnelle to Atlin, B.C., via Stikine Biver and Teslin Lake, about 900 
Miles of Telegraph Lines. 

Ahearn <fe Soper (§3,803 . 94)— 

Weiny- Phillips repeaters with 4 keys, 2 sets at §74.60 

Main line relays, 150 ohm, 20 at §7.75; 20 A L sounders at §3.75; 20 2 line button 
switches at $9 . 25 : 20 S L keys §50 

Pocket relays in cases, 250 ohm, 19 at §18 .25 

Battery jars, 1,440 at 45c ; coppers, 1,540 at 22-hc ; " G " zincs, 1,540 at 47^c 

Sulphate cf copper, 1,767 lbs at 10c ; No. 14 okonite wire, 3,023 ft at 4^c .'. 

Wire tel nails, 6 in, 7,000 lbs at 3|c : 2-in side blocks, 16,000 at §26 

Sundries $54 . 45 ; cases, boxes, etc §63 .75.. . 

Armstrong k Morrison, sheet steel cooking stoves, 4 at §10 

Ashcrof t Hotel, board of men, May 1900 

Atkins & J ohnson, Vancouver, drayage $49.50 

Austin A F, Quesnelle, 4 pack horses and 3 saddles 

Bailey W B & Co, Ashcroft : storage and forwarding supplies §321.97; loading and 

unloading tel wire §15 ; telegiam $1.50 : cash paid C P R $203.17, Dom Express $23.95. 

Baker, A, Quesnelle, hire of team, 8 dys at $8 

Baril, A, on account of wages . . 

Barlow A, Quesnelle : 5 pack and riding horse* §165 ; 4 pack saddles with ropes and blankets 

$20 ; 2 prs blankets §8 ; | ton timothy hay $15 ; 5 days 2 horse team and men §40 

Bedell, C A, Bennett, freighting supplies Bennett to Pike River, 5,924 lbs at 7jc 

Bistrom, Frank, Atlin, freighting 934 lbs from Bennett to Atlin at 6c 

Blackett, J St C & Co, Atlin : 2 tents §55 : snowshoes, 6 prs at §6, 20 at $3, 2 at §3.50 ; gum 

boots, 18 prs at $7 : sugar, 300 lbs at 13c ; \ in man rope, 128 lbs at 26c ; blankets. 2 fi- 
at §10, 20 at §4 90 ; sundries §160. 84 " ' 

Boyer A : on account of wages Feb to June 1900 §500 ; services as engineer in Jan 1900 §200.! 
BrackmamKer Milling Co, Vancouver: hay 01 tons at §16, 3 at $12.50; oats, 54g tons at! 

§25 ; wharfage §10 .75 ° 

Braden & Hastings ($5,592.17}— 

Commission re purchase of 30 pack animals §153 ; lessrec ived on account from J J Nealy' 
$73.80 

Horse feed at Atlin, May 8-11 

On account of meat and cattle delivered 



Carried forward 



cts. 



182,348 72 



255 50 
100 55 
283 75 
48 50 
572 50 

1,010 50 

370 00 

63 04 

287 25 

111 00 

37 10 

51 80 

637 50 

88 75 

57 00 

281 00 

167 33 

70 92 

43 66 
15 92 

186,902 29 



29,692 95 



157,209 34 



149 20 

465 00 

340 75 

1,726 00 

320 29 

678 50 

118 20 

40 00 

25 00 

49 50 

125 00 

565 59 

04 00 
20 00 

248 00 

420 4!) 
56 .14 



035 12 
700 00 

2,389 25 



7!) 20 

12 97 

5,500 ".I 



14,743 10 



V-64 



ifcuesnelle to 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Atlin, B.C., via Stikine River and Teslln Lake, aboui 900 
Miles of Telegraph Lines — Continued. 



Brought forward , 



Bray J U, advance to pay accounts .*. I 

Bristow ,1 ames, on account of wages 

Brooks & Brady, Atlin : 7 mules, 2 ponies and 1 broncho mare, 2 riding, 4 pack saddles, etc. 

Brownelh D C, Skagway : sleds. 2 at $15, 10 at $2.50 ; sundries $15.70 I 

Buhner Wni, Atlin, 3 horses and 1 riding saddle j 

Burns P & Co, Atlin, beef, 6,000 lbs at 22ic 

Cameron, B, Atlin, freight from Bennett to Atlin, 1,462 lbs at 6c 

Cameron, W M : Ten Mile House, 22 meals at $1 

Canadian Pacific Nav Co, Vancouver ($4,909.79)— 

Fares : 38 1st class at $20 ; 30 2nd class at $10. . 

Freight on : 3<> horses at $12 ; 1 dog $5 ; sundry supplies 458 '29 tons at $0 ; hay 61 '9 tons 
at $7 . 50 

Wharfage $129.38 ; unloading $36.85 ; packing $11 ; less overcharge staterooms, etc $14.50. 
Canadian Pacific Railway : freight charges $2,782.14, 8 1st class tickets Ottawa to Vancouver 

at $73 : 1 drawing room to Vancouver $68 ; berths, 3 at $17.50 ; 2nd class tickets Ottawa 

to Vancouver. 27 at $46.70 ; 27 tourist car berths at $8 ; 4 fares Vancouver to Ashcroft at 

$20 ; less refund $5 90 unexplained 

Canadian Pacific By Co's Telegraph, telegrams . . . 

Casca Trading and Transportation Co, Vancouver, 1 pack train consisting of (53 mules and 1 

bell horse with aparejos, blankets and all risrging complete 

Cavanagh, The Edward Co, Montreal ($7,593.97)- 

Telegraph wire, 140,110 lbs at 4^c 

Freight on wire from Worcester, Mass co Ashcroft B C, 140110 lbs at $1.17 per 100 lb.. . . 
Champagne, J P, assistant storekeeper at Bennett ($382.07)— 

Part of wages charged to this vote, for details see Page V — 5!) 

On account June wages 

Charleson, Alex ($521 30)— 

Sundry outlay Nov 16, 1899 to April 26, 1900 

Advance May 4, 1900 not accounted for Nov 28, 1900 

Charleson, A J ($2778.50) 

Feb 12, 1900 : sleeping car ticket $17.50 ; cab hire 50c ; 14 meals $10.50 

June (i, 1900 : advances not accounted for Nov 28, 1900 , , 

June 9, 1900 : on account of purchase of pack animals 

„ u salary 

Charleson E E, on account of travelling expenses, Apl 24, 1900 

Charleson, J. B ($3039.15)- 

Apl 24 to May 11, 1900 : railway fare operator Swan, Vancouver to Ashcroft $10.15; 
board of 5 persons at Ashcroft li days $15 ; 5^ dys board of 5 persons between Ash- 
croft and (^uesnelle $55 : 4| dys board of 4 persons between Quesnelle and Ashcroft 
$36 ; sundry outlay $38 ; paid Forest account expense Vancouver to Ottawa $80; W 
Murphy, Vancouver for outfit $55 

On account of salary to June 30, 1900 

Carried to " Yukon Public Works, Cash Account, 1899 " (see end of P W Exp ; vouchers 

received Dec 21 1900, too late to detail here) 

Charleson W G, Ottawa ($12,295.99)— 

Wire : No 8 Bessemer steel, 80945 lbs at 3fc ; No 8 telegraph 50158 lbs at $5.07| 

Wire reels and carriers, 6 at $18 ; 10 in. cutting pliers, 8| doz at $25 

Fairbanks scales with weights and wheels, 6 at $30 

Axes : 1 doz broad $22 ; chopping, 15 doz at $8 ; cullers, 6 doz at $7.50 ; hunters, 6 doz 
at $7 : 

Handles : axe and pick, 45 doz at $1.75 ; hoe, 6 doz at $2.25 : sundry $12.95 

Picks and hoes, 5| doz at $7.50 ; shovels, 12 doz at $10.50, 3^ doz at $9 

Digging bars, 36 at $3.25 ; splicing clamps, 12 doz at $20 

Saws : topping, 10 doz at $13 ; hand, 3 doz at $13.50 ; butcher at $1.50 ; cne man, 6 at 
$3.50 .; whip, 5 at $5 

Adze, 12 at $1.75 ; tinman's snips, 12 at $2.25 . . 

Shedding tongs, 18 at $5 ; h to 3 in augers, 3 sets at $13 

\nvil vise etc, at $6; portable .forges, 3 at $13 

Wire nails : 3 to 7 in, 40 kegs at $3.85 ; 4 in, 10 kegs at $3.80 ; 5 in, 20 kegs at $3.75 ; 9 in, 
4 kegs at $4.35 

Horsp shoes, 9 kegs at $4 ; H S nails, 6 boxes at $3 

Files : 12 doz at $1.90, 12 doz at $1.36 ; 19 doz sundry $32.32 

Butts, ( .i', doz pis of 6 in at $1 20 ; 229 prs of assorted for $17.94 

Climbing spurs, 48 prs at $4.50 ; telegraph pole spoons, 3 doz at $23 

Shanty ranges, 12 at $38 ; box stoves, 30 at $9 ; patent heaters, 4 at $15 

Stove pipes, 1150 at 10c ; galv pails, 12 doz at $3.75 ; agate basins, doz at $6.50 

Pots 5 gal*, 4 doz at $21 ; 4 gal, 4 doz at $17 ; Sh gal, 0^ doz at $15 ; 3 gal, 2h doz at 
s 1 3 ; 2\ gal, 2.i doz at $9 : 2-gal, 2A- doz at $7.20 

Pans :' pudding, 18 doz at $5.50 ; frying, 5^ doz at $0 ; dish, 3 doz at $7.50 ; kneading, 3 
doz at $20 ; roast, 3 doz at $0 ; bread, 18 doz at $1.75 

Dinner and sou]) plates, 72 doz at $1.75 ; 30 doz agate cups and 30 doz saucers at 90c 



$ cts. 



14,743 10 



500 00 

10 00 

1,052 50 

70 70 

300 00 

1,350 00 

87 72 

22 00 


1,120 00 


3,087 00 
102 73 


5,037 04 
74 74 


5,000 00 


5,954 68 
1,039 29 


342 07 
40 00 


271 30 

250 00 


28 50 

400 00 

2,000 00 

350 00 

150 00 



289 15 
1,750 00 

1,000 00 

5,547 19 
320 50 

180 00 

229 00 
105 20 

198 75 
357 00 

225 50 

48 00 
129 00 

75 00 

284 40 
54 00 
71 44 
29 34 

285 00 
780 00 

199 00 

322 50 

202 00 
190 80 



Carried forward 57,583 40 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-65 



20 



QuesneUe to Atlin, B.C., via Sttklne River und Teslln Lake, about 900 

Milew oi" Telegraph Lines — Continue/. 

Brought forward 

Charleson W G-Con. 

Knives and forks, .">1 doz at $2 ; forks, 7 do/, at $1.10 

Table spoons, t;o doz at 35c : teaspoons, 24 doz at 25c ; butcher knives, 3 doz at $13. . . . 

Coffee and tea pots, (> doz at -SI 1.50 ; 51 only at 50c 

Lanterns : :> <k>z sq at II 1 ; 3 doz stable at $9.50 ; <> doz candle at $2 

Lantern globes, 24 doz for 818.90 ; glass, 12 boxes at $2.70 

Meat cutter machines, 12 at $2.50 ; folding wire gauges, at $4 

Rifle and cover $35 ; cartridges, 500 at $4.80, 200 at $5, 200 at $6 

Shot shells, 500 at 3c ; sand paper, 7 reams at $3.75 

Chains : ^ in made to order, 18 at $3 ; long link, 5 at $2 ; If in shackled on each end 
at $2 ; trace, 12 prs at 75c 

Small binder ropes, 23£ doz at $1.20 ; pulleys, 24 prs at 95c 

Oakum, 51 bales at $4 ; manilla rope, 8934 lbs at 17c 

Tarred felt, 7800 lbs at 2c ; snowshoes, 4 doz prs at $24 

Pocket knives, 15 doz at $2.50 ; V2h doz assorted $37.05 

Trowels, 3 doz at $7.50 ; nail pullers, 12 doz at $1.75 

Foot rules, asst, 10^ doz for $34.75 ; nail hammers, 3 doz at $0.50 

Sundries $850.62 ; crating, packing, etc $30.50 

Clement C, on account of wages Feb to June 1900 

Clubb & Stewart, Vancouver : 2 pr blankets $12 ; canvas coat $4 ; pr shoes $5 ; sundry 

elothinsr $11.50 

Cochrane, D J, Atlin : roan horse $60 ; 5 aparejos $50 , 

Colonial Hotel, New Westminster, board and lodging 10 men in Feby 1900 

Commercial Hotel, Vancouver : board of 5 men Feb 4-22, in all 82-| d at $2 ; 9 extra meal 

$3.50 ; baggage 75c 

Cowan J, Quesnelle, hire of team, 10 days at $8 

Coyle B, Bennett : freighting supplies from Bennett to Atlin, 4967 lbs at 6c 

Crean, M W, meals for party of six, April 5, 1900 • 

Crooker, F D, Bennett travelling expenses Atlin to Log Cabin Apl 26-29, 1900 ; on account 

wages (see Page V - ) $60 ; travel, etc, Apl 26-25), $6 

Cummings & Byron, Atlin, board and lodging for men 

Dawson Hotel, Lake Bennett, board and lodging for men 

Day, W R, on account of wages 

Deeks, J Bennett, freighting supplies : Bennett to Atlin 4027 lbs at 6c ; Bennett to Pike 

Ri ver, 4503 lbs at 7|c 

Depot Hotel, New Westminster, board and lodging for men .... 

Doelker, C, Atlin : 3 horses $240 ; freighting supplies Bennett to Atlin, 4168 lbs at 6c 

Dougherty, Frank, 1 horse $100 ; Dresser, Fred, 1 horse $75 

Duclos, Geo, Quesnelle, hire of team, 9 days at $8 

Elliott J, on account of wages 

Felitz Tent and Awning Co, Skagway, 6 tents (10 oz) 

Fifth Avenue Hotel, Skagway : board and lodging of Mr. Charleson and party of 5, Mch 

1900, 16 days at $3 each, $288; baggage $3.25; corral horses $7.50; transportation of 

horses, $10 : board and lodging of Mr. Charleson and party of 2, Apl 10, $9 

Firstbrook Bros, Toronto, 2-in sideblocks, 15000 at $26 

Fleury, E, on account of wages 

Forest, Rod, on account of wages 

Fraser, J A, Atlin, freighting supplies : Bennett to Atlin 4342 lbs at 6c ; Atlin to Pike 

River, 3 " 485 tons at $25 

Gilchen H, Govt storekeeper Bennett ($745.33) — 

Wages charged to this vote, for details see Page V 

On account of June salary 

Interest on overdraft 

Gobeil, Jos, Private Secretary to Superintendent ($1,875) — 

Services, Dec 1899 and Jan 1900, 2 m at $200 

Advances on account of services : Dec 22, 1899 $600 ; Feb to June 1900, 5 m at $175 

Godfrey Hardware Co: sheet iron range $20; air-tight heaters, 6 at $8 ; pipes, 44 at 40c; 

12x18 tent $20 ; snowshoes, 7 prs at $2.50 ; spades, 10 at $1.75; snow shovels, 7 at $1.50; 

rope, 121 lbs at 30c ; sundries $153.90 

Gorrell, F B : on account of wages, Feb- June 1900 $125 ; meals Jan 30-Feb 4, 1900 $6 

Grand Palace Hotel, Bennett, board of men Mch 1900 

Great Northern Railway Line, freight charges 

Halforty Z T, board and lodging for men 

Hardy A ($1,576. 64)— 

Services, Jany 1 to June 30, 1900, 6 m at $200 

Travel and outlay, Jany 30 to July 22, 1900 : Ry fare Ottawa to Victoria $73 ; sleeper, 
porter, etc $20.25; 320 lbs excess baggage $29.30 ; meals on dining car and waiters 
$15.85 ; medicines, drugs, etc $18.80 ; outfit $14.70 ; ledger journal and cash book 

$14 ; leather bag for books $10.25 ; sundry travel and outlay $180.49 

Healy J J ($1064.25)— 

Advances : Feb 21, $100 ; April 23, $400 ; May 14, $250 ; May 28, $200 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



57,583 40 

109 70 
66 00 
94 50 

73 50 
:»i 30 
54 00 
81 00 
41 25 

113 00 
50 80 

::;>:, 90 
252 00 

74 55 
43 50 
54 25 

881 12 
155 00 

32 50 

110 00 

114 50 

169 25 

80 00 

298 02 

19 50 

66 00 

104 00 

88 00 

25 00 

568 09 
211 50 
490 08 
175 00 
72 00 
100 00 
194 00 



317 75 

390 00 

25 00 

110 00 

347 66 

635 33 

100 00 

10 00 

400 00 
1,475 00 



341 30 
131 00 
134 00 
316 46 
180 00 

1,200 00 



376 64 
950 00 



70,492 35 



1— 5v 



V-66 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Qnesnelle to Atlin, B.C., via Stikine River and Teslin Lake, about 900 
Miles of Telegraph Lines — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Healy, J J — Con. 

Travel and outlay : expenses Toronto to Vancouver Feb, 1900, $23.05 ; 10 day 3 board at 
Vancouver Feb 11-21, $20 ; customs brokerage $39.95 ; telegrams $14.17 ; sundry 

outlay $17.08 

Heney, J, Vancouver, aparejos : 25 leather at $31 ; 5 canvas leather at $20 

Heney, M J Bennett ($16017.77)— 

Meals and beds on way to Atlin, 276 meals and 37 beds at $1 ; 12 carpenters from Bennett 
to Atlin at $30 ; 7 linemen from Toochi to Atlin at $15 ; less $540 charged to Build- 
ings, page V— 

Freighting supplies Bennett to Atlin, 196844 lbs at 8c 

Teaming, 2 Uhrs at $1.50 

Hinton Electric Co, Vancouver ($4,696.33)— 

Galv wire, 24000 lbs at $5 . 35, 44080 lbs at $5.07^; freight on wire Vancouver to Ash- 
croft, 44080 lbs at 42c 

Insulators, 8841 at 7c ; 1000 1^ in oak sideblocks $45 

Pliers, 10 prs of 8 in at $2 ; 6 prs of 7 in at $1.75 : 

Haren's spec clamps, 31 prs at $4 ; splicing clamps, 15 prs at $2.25 

Wire connectors, 12 prs at $2.25 ; R C wire No 14, 580 ft at 16c , 

Climbers and straps, complete, 11 prs at $4. 75, 9 at $4.50 ; extra straps, 6 sets at $1.50. . 

Hope, J, on account of wages 

Houston, J, on account of wages 

Hudon, F : on account of wages $175 ; on account of travel $20 

Hudson's Bay Co ($6790.15)- 

Lumber, 3735 ft at $25, 1728 at $40 ; cedar shingles, 8J M at $7 

Doors, 2 at $6, 2 at $4 ; windows, 6 at $4, 1 at $4.50 

Rope, 325i lbs at 25c ; duck, 26 yds at $1 . 25 ; 3 prs blankets $15 

Oats, 170f lbs at 3c ; potatoes, 625 lbs at 2c ; doz shovels $15 

Sundries $263 . 90 ; 2 mos storage on goods $10 

Freight on 93 mules Ladners to Victoria , 

Fares, Victoria to Skeena 5 at $12, 2 to Ladners and return $9 ; expenses of 2 men at 
Ladners $12.30 

Freight on hay from Ladners to Victoria. . . : 

Advance for purchase of mules Feb 22, 1900 

Amounts paid by H B Co for which vouchers have not been received at Audit Office : 
Brackman-Ker Co, feed $1207 . 50 ; W L Fraser, hardware $222 . 20 ; McKeon, 6 horses 

$485, charges re pack train $17 .55 ; Wade & McKeon, aparejos, &c $972.05 

Hughes, E J, Road House Taku Arm, 21 meals and 6 beds 

Jeffrey W H, Atlin, 7 dogs with harness for each and sleigh. 

Johnson & McPhail, Vancouver, hardware and kitchen utensils 

Johnson & Wilders ($9,641.51)— 

Freighting supplies : Bennett to Atlin, 111886 lbs at 6c ; Atlin to Pike River, 203427 lbs 
at l^c ; Bennett to Pike River, 2490 lbs at 7^c 

Meals and beds $112 ; 15 telegraph poles $20 ; 7 sets harness $47; 11 sets pack saddles 

$21 ; 5 singletrees $5 

Jones, C J ($653.55)— 

On account of wages, Feb- June 1900 

Outlay Feb 13-Julv 20, 1900 : tickets Vancouver to Ashcroft, $20.30 ; board at Ashcroft 
Hotel, self $187, C J Rogers $16, J Mooney $16 ; advanced to W Hawkins $10, paid 

C A Sherr for telegrams $10. 90 ; sundry outlay $18.35 

Kelly, Douglas & Co, Vancouver ($23350.97)— 

Bacon : 5205 lbs at 10ic, 5302 at 12c, 9861 at 12|c, 6377 at 13*c, 3700 at 14^c 

Ham, 1088 lbs at U'ic, 5943 at 15c ; finnan haddies, 528 lbs at 10c 

Lunch tongue, 106 cases at $2 . 85, 34 at $3 ; potatoes, 39 " 72 tons at $22 

Flour, 410 sacks at $2.22|, 415 brls at $4.85 

Baking powder, 94 doz tins at $1 . 90, 504 lbs at lihc 

Royal Yeast cakes, 150 doz at 35c, 85 boxes at $1 . 15 

Rolled oats, 95 gunneys at $2 . 50, 3040 lbs at 5c 

Lard, 1020 lbs at 9hc, 1020 at 10£c, 720 at Hie, 540 at 12c 

Evaporated apples," 4000 lbs at 6^c, 9000 lbs at 9^c 

Tea : Ceylon, 1200 lbs at 20c, 3174 at 22c ; japan, 290 lbs at 30c 

Coffee, 910 lbs at 22c, 400 at 14c ; hops, 90 lbs at 18c 

Sugar : gran, 6440 lbs at 5ic 1470 at 6c ; lump, 1500 lbs at 6|c 

Creamery butter, 2040 lbs at 25c, 4620 at 30c 

Milk, 50 cases at $4.40, 45 at $4.75 

Cream : Jersey, 20 cases at $4.80 ; St Charles, 105 cases at $6 

Apricots, 1600 lbs at 15c ; prunes, 1500 lbs at 6c, 3250 at 7c 

Currants, 991 lbs at 6c, 1220 at 8c ; raisins, 1,200 lbs at 6^c, 1484 at 8c 

Marmalade, 1008 lbs at 10c, 2240 at lie ; rice, 1600 lbs at 4£c, 4700 at 5c , 

Canned pears, 40 doz tins at $2.40, 100 at $2.50 

Canned peaches, 40 doz tins at $2.25, 90 doz at $2.50 

Beans, 3500 lbs at ?c, 3,500 at 3&, 4566 at 4c. . . , 

Peas : dry green, 900 lbs at 2fc ; canned, 20 doz tins at $1, 50 doz at $1.10 



Carried forward 129,144 67 



$ cts. 



70,492 35 



114 25 

875 00 


238 00 

5,747 52 
32 25 


3,706 18 
663 87 

30 50 
157 75 

36-28 
101 75 
100 00 
250 00 
195 00 


222 00 

48 50 
128 87 

78 53 
273 90 

207 00 


81 30 

45 75 

2,800 00 


/ 


2,904 30 

24 00 

200 00 

55 69 


9,436 51 


205 00 


375 00 



278 55 



3,837 43 


1,104 73 


1,278 05 


2,925 00 


251 68 


150 25 


389 50 


351 60 


1,115 00 


1,025 28 


272 40 


538 03 


1,896 00 


433 75 


726 00 


557 50 


353 78 


648 20 


346 00 


315 00 


424 14 


99 75 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-67 



Quesnelle to A ilin. B.C., via Stikine River and Teslin Lake, about 900 Miles 
of Telegraph Lines— Continued. 

Brought forward 



Kelly, Douglas & Co.— Con. 

Tomatoes, 50 doz tins at $1.25, 116 dov, at $1.35 

Soup : 80 doz. tins at $ 1 .35, 23 at $2, 20 at $3 ; 20 cases at $6 

Syrup, 100 galls at 67hc ; 25 cases at $6 

Cheese, 1015 lbs as 124c, 2498 at 15c ; pickles, 10 kegs at .$2.50, 25 at $1.75 

Salt, 500 lbs at l^c, 2200 at He ; pepper, 30 lbs at 17c, 74 at 18c 

Soa », 480 lbs at 5c, 13 boxes at $4.75 ; pearline, 3 cases at $4, 8 at $4.75 

Candles : sperm, 144 lbs. at 10c, 144 at 13c ; Price's, 120 lbs at 18c 

Matches : Eddy, 50 gr at 4Uc, 80 at 45c ; calif, 10 tins at $1.75 

Tobacco : T & B, 500 lbs at 69c, 1190 at 72c ; Prince of Wales, 301 lbs at 65c, 559 at 68c. 

Duck, 474 yds at 15c ; duck sacks, 251 at 25c, 1141 at 15 

Crates, 806 at 22c ; strapping crates, 806 at 4c 

Sugar tins and cases $40.45 ; double sacking $61.50 

Wiring and strapping $30 ; sundries $25.60 ; wharfage, etc $139 

Lacroix Cy, on account of wages, Feb-June 1900 

Lafortune, J. A, on account of wages, Feb-June 1900 

Lakeview Hotel, Bennett, board and lodging for men 

Langholz, F., Bennett, freighting supplies, Bennett to Atlin, 4150 lbs at $6 

Larose, A, on account of wages, Feb-June 1900 

Lee, Win., Quebec, suit of heavy tweed and pair pants , 

Lewis, Bros & Co, Montreal: Tel. wire, 60075 lbs at $3.88, 60094 at $3.90; freight on 60080 

lbs of wire at $1.17 per 100 lb 

Little, T W, on account of wages , 

Loucks, W, freighting supplies from Bennett to Atlin, 1599 lbs at 6c 

Macpherson, Alexander & Son, Montreal : galv telegraph wire, 60010 lbs at $3.90, 4000 ft 

rubber insulator cable armoured G I wires $420 

Maher, P, Toronto : 16 horses $1450 ; commission and expenses buying and shipping horses 

$120 ; 3 days board for 16 horses $28.80 ; 1£ tons hay $21 ; 50 bush, oats $17.50 ; expenses 

of man in charge of horses to Vancouver $25 ... 

Mansfield, A H, on account of wages 

Maranda, H, on account of wages 

Marion, T, Quesnelle : bacon, 300 lbs at 25c ; milk, 3 cases at $10 ; sundries $93.15 

May, Geo & Sons, Ottawa: double harness, complete, 8 sets at $37.50, 1 at $30; riding 

saddles, 2 at $25 ; plush lined rubber rugs, 4 at $3.50 ; cub bear robes, 2 at $12 ; sole 

leather trunks, 2-33 in at $27, 1-24 m at $20 ; cabin bags, 2-22 in $23, $16, 2-18 in at $15 ; 

canvas covers for trunks and lettering $16.75 ; sundries $72.44 

Mellier, John, 16 Mile Hcuse, Taku Lake, board, etc 

Moffatt, W H, board and lodging 

Monat, Chas H, Vancouver, services transhipping and forwarding supplies, Feb 22-Apl 19, 

57 dys, May 19-31, 13 dys, June, 30 dys, in all 100 days at $3 

Mooney, James, on account of services 

Morency, Jos, on account of services Feb-June 1900 

Morrison J, Atlin City, shoeing horses, 37 new shoes at $1.25 

Munson, K, L, Otter Lake, 61 meals supplied men , 

Murchie, W S, on account of services . . .... 

Murphy, John E, on account of services, Feb-June 1900 

Musket, S, Atlin, blankets and saddles 

McDonald, Findlay, teaming freight from Bennett to Atlin, 7 days at $8 ... 

McDonald, J, Atlin, freighting supplies from Bennett to Atlin, 2876 lbs at 6c 

McDowell, Atkins, Watson Co, Vancouver, bluestone, 1228 lbs at 9c , 

McFeely F E & Co, Atlin : doors, 21 at $7, 4 at $8 ; windows, 5 at $8, 1 at $7 ; smithy coal, 

239 lbs at 15c ; snowshoes, 13 prs at $2.50 ; wood, 9 cords at $7 ; white cups, 5 doz at 

$3.75 ; 43 lb grindstone and fixtures $13.75 ; alarm clock $5 ; sundries $9.30 

McKeown W J , expenses inspecting pack train at Ladner's Landing. 

McLaughlin, J L, on account of services Feb-June 1900 . 

McLaughlin, S F, on account of services, Feb-June 1900 

McLennan Fred, hardware and kitchen utensils 

McLeod John, Atlin, freighting supplies Bennett to Atlin 478 lbs at 6c ; 3 horses for $325. . 

McNaughton, Mrs A, Quesnelle, board of men 

McNeill, John A, Bennett, board and lodging 

Occidental Hotel, Quesnelle : board of men $316 . 25 ; hay and oats $18 . 58 ; bread $13 

O'Connor J J on account of services 

O'Neill, Angus, on account of services, Feb-June 1900 , 

Pacific Hotel Co, Skagway, board of men 

Parrott, B J, Bennett, freighting supplies Bennett to Atlin, 8146 lbs at 6c 

Parsons Produce Co, Atlin : 2 tents $25 ; sundry groceries $103.40 

Patterson, T W, Victoria, pasture and feeding 28 animals from March 1-Apl 14, 1900 

Phelan, J T. : on account of services, Feb-June 1900 $375 ; Gladstone bag $16 ; meals $11. 25; 

cab hire $1 

Pringle Rev John, hospital dues, (no voucher) 

Potter's Mfg Association, St Johns P Q, telegraph insulators, 30950 at $8 . 60 per 100 



1— 5Jv 



Carried forward . 



cts. 



129,144 67 



219 10 
344 00 
217 50 
570 33 

60 17 
135 75 

54 72 

74 25 
1,818 97 
305 00 
209 56 
107 95 
194 60 
150 00 
500 00 
174 00 
249 00 
125 00 

24 00 

5,377 72 

100 00 

95 94 

2,760 39 



1,662 30 

200 00 

40 00 

198 15 



650 19 
30 00 
15 00 

300 00 

100 00 

250 00 

46 25 

61 00 

50 00 

150 00 

54 00 

5(3 00 

172 56 

110 52 



404 15 

37 75 
250 00 
250 00 

91 50 
353 68 
246 50 
106 00 
347 83 

50 00 
300 00 

47 00 
488 76 
128 40 
280 47 

403 25 

100 00 

2,661 70 



153,705 58 



V--68 



AUDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Quesnelle to Atlin, B.C., via Stikine River and Teslin Lake, about 900 Miles 
of Telegraph Lines — Continued, 

Brought forward 



Quinn, E P, Atlin : lodging men $9 ; stabling horses $8.75. 

Rant & Jones, Atlin, storage : Meh 8- Apl 8 $35 ; Mch 4-Apl 4, $25 

Rawson, John, on account of services Feb June • , 

Redden, James & Co, Kingston ($2483.05) — 

Bacon, 2060 lbs at 12c ; 2 lb tins corn beef, 10 doz at $2.75 

Hungarian pat flour, 110 brls at $4 . 15 ; rolled oats, 500 lbs at 2^c 

Baking powder, 20 doz at $2 ; evaporated cream, 10 cases at $6*1 50 

Condensed milk, 20 cases at $6 . 50 ; creamery butter, 500 lbs at 28c 

Tea : black, 555 lbs at 40c ; Japan, 160 lbs at 35c 

Coffee, 500 lbs at 30c ; gran sugar, 1000 lbs at 4^0 . 

Canned pears, 40 doz at $1.70 ; canned peaches, 40 doz at $1 .90 

Marmalade, 40 doz at $1.75 ; evaporated apples, 500 lbs at 9c , 

Corn, 50 doz tins at $1 ; peas, 40 doz at 90c ; tomatoes, 40 doz at $1 

Prunes, 500 lbs at 7c ; lard, 400 lbs at 8c ; beans, 800 lbs at 3c 

Laundry soap, 10 boxes at $2.75 ; white castde soap, 2 bx at $4.25 , 

Medicines $36 ; sundry groceries $52 . 73 ; bags $5.70 , 

Tobacco : T & B, 120 ibs at 72c ; Prince of Wales, 107i lbs at 67c 

Renfrew, G R Co, Quebec : boots, Esquimaux, 12 prs at $2.50 ; seal, 12 prs at $4, 4 at $2 ; 

wax end moccasins, 5 doz at $16 

Rice & Hastie, Atlin : 2 horses $200 ; lodging for men $105.75 

Richen, Peter, Atlin, 1 bay mare 

Rochester J Y ($16,756.64)— 

Salary, Oct 1, 1899 to Jan 31, 1900, 4 mos at $200 

Nov. 10-Dec. 31, 1899, incl at $4000 per an overpaid $43.47 

Sundry travel and outlay, Nov 14 1899 to Mch 21, 1900 

Advances, etc for which vouchers have not been received at Audit Office Nov. 30, 1900. . 

Rogers, C J. on account services 

Rogers, Fred, Quesnelle : 6 steel digging bars, 76 lbs, $19 ; sundries $36 

Roger, W H, Ottawa : 8 doz Abbey's salts $57.60 ; sundry medicines $167.20 

Sage, G E : cartage Skagway wharf to hotel $3 . 50 ; fare to Bennett $10 

Seguin, J, on account of services 

Seymour, James, smith work $30.50 ; Shepherd, James, hay $65.20 

Sherr, C A, salary as operator, &c, Feb 15 to May 10, 1900, 11 weeks at $5 ; charges over C 

PR lines $7. 35 

Skene, H, Bennett, smithwork $29. 50 ; Swan, G M, board $10.75 

Str " Charlotte" : fares from Soda Creek to Quesnelle, 5 at $4.50 ; 4 staterooms $8 ; 10 meals, 

$5 ; crossing 61 horses at 50c, 15 men at 25c, wagon $1, freight, $6.72. .... 

Stewart & Crozier, Ashcroft ($11,987.15)— 

Transportation of men to Quesnelle, 21 at $35 

Special rig to Quesnelle, Apl 26, 1900, $330, extra for driver $10 .... . . 

Freight, 132,027| lbs at 4c, 91,697 at 5c ; less articles lost $3 . 80 

Mules, 9 at $60, 2 at $40; horses, 14 at $25, 1 at $40.. 

Taking sleighs to Mundays $8 ; 2 horses, 4 dys, 3 horses, 8 dys $32 

Sullivan, D, Ashcroft: services, Jan 15- May 2, 1900, 108 dys at $2.50; hotel expenses at 
Ashcroft, Feb 14- Apl 28, 1900, $72; railway fare Kingston to Ottawa, Jan 1900 $4.15, 
Ashcroft to Kingston, April 1900 $71 ; meals, Ashcroft to Kingston $12; hotel expenses 

Ottawa, Jan 1900, $9 ; telegrams, $2.20 

Tasse, Jos, on account of services, Feb- June 1900 

Taylor, H, on account of services 

Trapp, T J & Co, New Westminster, 1 democrat and brake 

Trodden, James ($10,316.68)— 

Advances for which vouchers have not been received at Audit Office Nov 30, 1900 

Travel and sundry outlay, Feb 5-July 16, 1900 

Paid Sam Armour, team horses $200 ; A Barlow, horse $35 

■■ C P R, frt $17 55 ; E Christie, 6 pack animals $210 

ii AC Foster : riding saddle $55 ; sundries $23 

ii Grand Central Hotel, Ashcroft, board of men 

„ W Kiltz, horse $35 ; Smith E C, horse $30 

„ D C McLaren, 2^ sets harness $105 . 75 ; 2 robes $22 ; sundry $17 . 20.. 

,i C McMaster, 3 pack animals and 3 saddles $110 ; 6 pack saddles at $5 ; no detail $12. 

1. Prior E G & Co, set Manitoba bobs with doubletree and yoke 

ii W Sheridan, horse $40 ; Smith & Bryson, smithwork $16 .50 

„ Stewart & Crozier, 3 horses $362 ; freight $23 

ii sundry small accounts 

Payments made for which no sub-vouchers have been furnished : J Aguayo $50 ; A E 
Austin $125 ; A Boytain $1805 ; L Bovtain $45 ; F Boyle $50 ; J Campbell $30 ; E 
Decker $17; Indian Johnnie $20; J Holt $25 ; J Roisbeck $30 ; F Rogers $14.40; 

F Yollard$05. 

Vancouver Hotel ($775.75)— 

Feb 22, 1900: J B Charleson and party of five, board, 84 dys $336 ; telegrams $39.20; 
express $7 . 15 



Carried forward.. . 



153,705 58 


17 75 


60 00 


125 00 


274 70 


593 50 


105 00 


270 00 


278 00 


197 00 


144 00 


115 00 


126 00 


91 00 


36 00 


94 43 


158 42 


166 00 


305 75 


45 00 


800 00 


613 33 


312 46 


15,030 85 


425 00 


55 00 


224 80 


13 50 


10 00 


95 70 


62 35 


40 25 


77 47 


735 00 


340 00 


9,862 15 


1,010 00 


40 00 


440 35 


175 00 


125 00 


121 10 


6,000 00 


598 35 


235 00 


227 55 


78 00 


16 00 


65 00 


144 95 


152 00 


38 00 


56 50 


385 00 


43 93 


2,276 40 


382 35 


198,216 47 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-69 



Qitegnelle to \ Hin. I5.< .. via Stikine Hiver and Teslln Lake, about 900 Miles 
of Telegraph Lines — Continued. 

Brought forward 



$ cts. 



198,210 47 



Vancouver Hotel- ( 'on. 

April 24, 1900 : J B Charleson, board $38, bar $5, telegrams $15, transfer 50c ; A Hardy. 

board $38, baggage $1.50 ; M W Crean, board $38, baggage $1.50 ; J E Gobeil, board! 

$38, baggage $2, transfer 50c | 

May 18, 1900: J B Charleson, board $34.90, telegrams $15, baggage $1.50 ; A Hardy, 

board $27.45 ; M. W Crean, board $34 90, bus 50c ; J E Gobeil, board $34.90, I 

age $3.50 ; E E Charleson, board $40, bus and baggage $1 

Meals to men Apl 26, 21 at 75c 

Vancouver Transfer Co, board of 14 horses Feb 5-22, 1900, $138.85; repairing halters 
$2 25 



Webb J, Taku : 75 meals at $1 ; 12 beds $6 

Ward, A W, Calgary, 20 tons of oats at $22.50 

West J & Co, Bennett, board of men 

White Pass and Yukon Route ($13541. 68)— 

Freight charges, 447705 lbs at 2fc ; $22f50 overcharge.. . . 

Fares Skagway to Bennett, 50 at $10 ; freight on dog $2. 

Transport of 14 horses $197.50 ; telegrams $19.3(5 

Wharfage $492.10 ; customs $11.50 ; loading $28.20 



Woods James W, Ottawa ($8004.17)— 

Boots : 120 prs at $3.75 ; long, 20 prs at $9, 13 at $8 ; I R hip, 23 prs at $0.50 ; felt, 7 

prs at $5 

Moccasins, 10 doz prs at $33 ; lumbermen's rubbers, 5 doz prs at $24 

Sox : fine, 9£ doz prs at $5, 3 at $0 ; hand knit, 40 doz at $3.50, 15 at $4 ; worsted, 25 

doz at $2. 00... 

Stockings, hand knit, 13 doz at $10.80 ; tuques, 5£ doz at $2.75 

Scotch underwear, 10^ doz at $30 . . . . , 

Shirts and drawers : hand knit, 20 doz at $15, 30 at $13.50 ; wool fleece lined, 15^ doz at 

$12 ; It wool, 12 doz at $18 . 

Top shirts : navy serge, 2| doz at $24 ; tweed, 6§ doz at $15, 34 at $10.50 ; flannel, U doz 

at $13.50, 2 at $13, 2 at $12, 1 at $11, 4 at $9, less sht pd 50c 

Overall pants, 15 T V doz at $10 ; smocks, 10 doz at $10. 25 

Pants : khaki, 15 doz jpi s at $18 ; lined, 30 prs at $2.50 

Coats : „ 10 doz at $21 ; lined, 30 only at $4.50 ; oilcloth, 3 doz at $12 ; Mackinaw, 2 

only at $0.50 ■ 

Suits : tweed, 5 at $20 ; khaki, 3 at $12 

Knickerbockers, 5 prs at $4.20, 3 at $3.15 

Caps : fur, 4 T \, doz at $24 ; cloth, 5 ( V doz at $8.30 

Hats : cowboy, 4 doz at $45 ; oilcloth, 2 doz at $5 

Mitts : elk, 0,1 doz at $10 : horsehide, doz at $12 ; fur lined 1^- doz at $50 ; heavy lined 

§ doz at $15 : hand knit 25£ doz at $4 

Unlined gloves, 4^ doz at $12 ; 1 pr buck gauntlets $3.50 

Braces : 10 doz prs at $3.50, 2 at $4, 3 at $4. 'JO, 5 at $5, 2 at *0. 75, 2| at $7 

Handkerchiefs : linen. 9 doz at $3.50 ; col'd, 21| doz at $1 25 

Towels : linen, 13g doz at $3, 1 at $3.50 ; Turkish 4 doz at $5.25, 1^ at $7.50, \ at $7. . . . 

Towelling : 320 yds at lie, 250 at 10c 

Sashes, .', doz at $9 ; sweaters, g doz at $18 

Blankets : 10 lb all wool, 200 prs at $4 . I2h ; scarlet 5 pt, 10 prs at $7 .50 

Eiderdown quilts, 2 at $17.50 ; eiderdown robes, 12 at $30.. 

I R sheets, 12 at $3 ; pillows, 8 at $2. 12^ 

W P tarpaulins, 25 x 25, 10 at $20.75 . . 

Tents : 5 at $35, 1 at $38, 3 at $50, 3 at $05 

Flags : Dom at $10 ; 1 tricolor $7 

Canvas valises, 24 at $2.25 ; dunnage bags, 2 doz at $15 ; kit bags 4 at $5 

Khaki horse covers, felt lined, 2 doz at $48 

Pocket c»mbs, 10 doz at $1.50; 33 doz pipes $66.30 

Shoe hemp, 30 lbs at 75c ; linen thread, 24 lbs at 80c ; gr leather laces $9.90 

Doz match safes $14 ; cases and packing $95.50 ; freight $15.44 



Wooldridge, F H, freight supplies Bennett to Atlin, 7135 lbs at Gc 

Young J E, on account of disbursements 

Freighting $7.38; cartage $7.50; meals $31.95; smithwork $12.50; bbour $5; advertising 

at Atlin $4.50; sundry $10. 90 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer's account $43.34 ; Stationery Office Ottawa $341 .20 

Travel of Ottawa officials (End of P W Exp) 

Detailed with Yukon Buildings (Page V— 55 . ) 

Less advance to H. Gilchen, Oct 25, 1899 

Total carried to page V— 2 



178 00 



199 65 
15 75 

141 10 

81 00 

450 00 

180 50 

12,291 02 
502 00 
210 80 
531 80 



918 50 
450 00 

329 25 
154 85 
327 50 

1,107 00 

301 00 
253 34 
300 00 

421 00 

130 00 

30 45 

141 93 

190 00 

298 50 
00 50 

113 35 
58 33 
78 03 
00 20 
10 50 

945 00 

395 00 
53 00 

207 50 

558 00 
07 00 

104 00 
90 00 
81 30 
51 00 

124 94 

428 10 
100 00 

85 73 
4!)1 42 
384 oo 
19 > 00 
500 00 

223,794 77 
750 no 

223,044 77 



V-70 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Digby Post Office. 

Dodwell C. E. W : travelling expenses 

Sproule David : site for public bnilding 

Legal services re site : 

Harry L Dennison $10.92, W. B. Ross $89.94 

Total carried to page V — 2 



Halifax Drill Hall. 



Anderson Alex : putting up shelves, materials $3.35 ; labour, 36 hrs at 25c 

Austen Bros : Rex fire extinguishers 6 at $15.50; 1-in pipe, 1142§ ft at 6c ; 2-in pipe 419g ft 
at 14c ; 3-in pipe 418| ft at 44c ; gate valves, 3-in brass 2 at $11.50 ; lj-in' 8 at $2.45 ; 2-in, 
1 at $5.25 ; 1-in, 6 at $1.75 ; galv iron, 184 lbs at 7c, 161 lbs at 5^c ; Sundry nipples 
$17.86 ; elbows $12.73 ; flange unions $8.06 ; sundries $74.02 

Baldwin Iron Works : pulley, frame &c $27.50 ; sundries $1.20 

Black Bros : 40 pes netting (40 x 2 yds) at $3.25 ; stock and dies incl R & L dies, set No. 1 
$12, set No. 2 $17 ; 7 taps $11 ; 3 Stillson wrenches, $9 ; vice $8.50 ; 2 pipe cutters $4.50, 
$3 ; sundries $14.72 

Cowan John ($276.68)— 

Salary : Aug 1899, $54.25 ; June 1900, $105 

Travel: re ventilating plant,— May 19-30, 1900, fare to Halifax via St. John $24, sundry 
expenses $20 ; re reheating, — Aug 23-Sept 3, 1899, fare to Halifax and return $30, 
sleepers $8.50, 5 d board in Halifax $7.50, sundry expenses $27.43 

Cullen G. M & Co : paint, 191 lbs at 12c ; oil 3 galls at 70c ; shellac 2\ galls at $2.75 ; labour 
67 d at $2.50 . . . 

Griffin John L : fixtures as per invoice $289.85 ; arc lamps 4 at $30 ; 16 c.p.I.H. lamps, 350 
at 24c ; 8-in shade holders 200 at 22£c ; I.H. key sockets 231 at 18c ; fixture wire, 850 ft 
at $2.34 per 100 ft ; 9-in brackets 36 at 50c ; clusters (3 lights) for lectuie-room, 5 at $3.50 
sundries $40.98 ; labour, man 30 d at $3 ; helper 30 d at 75c ... 

Halifax Elec Tramway Co : voucher not yet received at Audit Office, Dec 3, 1900 

Healey Dominick : inspector, 12 m to June 30 1900, at $90 am 

Lamarche Jos : pd on $6600 contract for heating apparatus, $520 ; pipe covering, li-in 104 ft 
at 25c, l£-in 283 ft at 23c, 94 ft at 22c 

McFatridge John jr : 2-in W.I. pipe, 242| ft at 14c ; sundries $2.52 

Rhodes, Curry & Co : amount of contract for fittings $9350 ; less deductions on account of 
windows in partitions instead of brick wall $132 ; on account of omitting special stair 
case and gallery in gun-room $100 

Roche Wm : fur coal, 138 465 tons at $5.50 ; albion lump 1^ tons at $3 50 

CAR freight $6.74 ; repairs to heating and ventilating $8.45 ; sundries $1 , 

Paid to creditors of J. E. Askwith 

Heating and ventilating plant ($377.20) — 

Fitters, days at $2: Jos Tufts 25 

Fitters, days at $1.85 : C. E. Barnes 23 ; Robt Harmon 25 ; Thos Isles 16 ; Thos Kline 22 
Asst fitters, days at $1.35 : Thos Foley 21 ; Barrett O'Brien 22 ; Art Ryan 25 ; Jas Ryan 25 
Carpenter, Jas Delaney 23 d at $1.85 . . 

Putting up fish-net, labourers, days at $1.50 : G. Hoganson 10| ; B. O'Brien 11 ; E. Nicker 
son 7 

Total, carried to Page V — 2 .... 



Halifax Post Office and Custom House : Renewals, etc. 

Cullen G. M. & Co : whitewashing and painting janitor's dept $15 ; cleaning windows $5.25 

Davies Chas W : making keys &c 

Fraser W. & Son : carpenter work 

Longard Bros : fitting up radiator and extra bronzing $23 ; plumber and helper 5 d at $4 
sundries $14. 77 

Total, carried to page V — 2 , 



$ cts. 

19 30 
3,000 00 

100 86- 



3,120 16 



12 35. 



597 18 
28 70 



209 72 
159 25- 

117 43 
199 40 



789 41 

167 78 

1,080 00 

631 77 
36 43 



9,118 00 

766 80 

16 19 

489 46 

50 00 
159 10 
125 55 

42 55 

42 75 



14,839 82 



20 25 

5 75 

15 25 

57 77 


99 02 



Halifax New Building. 

Corbett F. D : site for public building 24,000 00 

Legal services re purchase of site : W. B. Ross 48 52 

Total, carried to page V— 2 24,048 52 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-71 



Halifax Quarantine Station. 

Pay-lists ($1,873.38): reconstruction of temporary building into 2nd class buildings, water 
works and grading around 3rd class building : 

Fore carptr, Jno Burns, 04 d at §2 . 25 

Carptr, Jas Greenan, 47 d at $1 . 75 

Carptrs, days at $1 . 50 : Jno Finlan 57^ ; Thos Hennebury, 48 

Carptrs, days at $1.35: Andy Clary 57 ; Jerry Clary 34; Simon Dunsworth 624 ; Jas 

Hutt 58^ : Wm Iceton, 04£ ~. 

Painter and glazier : Jno M'Clin 29 d at $2 ; blacksmith, Jas Hutt, 6 d at $1 .35 

Cooks : W. T. Murphy, 644 d. at $2 ; Raymond de Young, 641 d at $1 

Carters : Jas Himelman, 15$ d at $3 . 50 ; Wm Nangle, 6 d at $2 . 75 

Carters, days at $2.50 : Alex Byrne 7; Phil Clary 25£ ; Wm Clary 23J ; Jos Himelman 

254 ; Ray Nangle 29 ; Daniel Stewart 6 

Foreman, Jeremiah Clary, 30d at $1.50. Labr, And. Clary, 6 d at $1.35 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Jno Blank 10 ; Walter Byrne 28 ; Jno De Young 23.^; Jno 
Edwards 27| ; David Hartley 13| ; Wm Hartley 13 ; Ls Himelman 23£ ; Wm 
Iceton 2\'i; Aaron Mosher 20J ; Howard Nangle 24^; Wm Nangle 27^; Win 
Osborne 11 : Edward Soward 13|; Jerry Sow*trd 21^ ; Art Trider 22^ ; Fred k Wells 
22 ; Wm Wells 9 ; Jas York sr. 9 ; Jas York jr 9 

Pay-lists ($71 .15) : construction of tank shed : 

Foreman, Jno Byrne, 10 d at $1 . 75 

Carptrs, days at $1.35 : And Cleary 91 ; Jer Cleary 10 ; Jas Hutt 10 ; Wm Wells 10 

Austen Bros : 1-in galv. pipe, 1564 ft at 12^c ; l^-'vn galv pipe 390| ft at 20c ; 2-in galv pipe 780 
ft at 22£c ; pig lead 1073 lbs at 5£c ; flanges gate valve, (3-in) 2 at $11.50, (4-in) $16.25 ; 
sundries $126 .78 

Brander Morris & Co : linoleum 10 yds at 75c ; curtains 5g yds at $1.25 ; sundries $9.05 .... 

Campbell D. H.: eggs, 85 doz at 16c, 30 at 18c ; butter. 1844 lbs at 20c, 34 at 23c ; sugar, 339 
lbs at 4fc., 302 at 44c; 339 lbs at 4^c ; bread, 659 loaves at 6c ; 14 brls pork $26.75 ; lard 
80 lbs at lie ; potatoes $11.70 ; codfish $14.75 ; tea, 63 lbs at 30c ; beef, 166£ lbs at lie, 
763 at O^c, expiate $17 ; corned, 100 lbs at 9c ; flour, 3 sacks at $2.35 ; sundry groceries $64 

Clary Jeremiah : milk, 70 qts at 6c ; turnips, 6 bush at 35c 

Cowan Jno : salary for May 1900 . 

Cullen G. M. & Co ; painting on Str "Argus " $50 ; labor 4£ d at $2.50 ; sundries $7.15 

Davidson Jno & Son : juniper posts, 28 sq at $1, 28 rd at 40c ; cedar shingles, 39 M at $2.85, 
41 at $3.10 ; spruce lining K. D., 12,500 ft at $20, 6500 ft at $18 ; spruce 2 x 4 to 8, 3811 
ft at $15 ; hard brick 6000 at $9 ; lj-in G & T pi 2 sides and beaded 2505 ft at $22.50 ; 
pi spruce 1472 ft at $20 ; 1-in j round 2500 ft at $1 ; 2-in \ round 1600 ft at $1 .50 ; lj-in 
G & T flooring 5525 ft, at $18 ; window frames and sashes 12 x 24 glass, 25 at $4 ; doors 
and frames, inside, 16 at $3.70, 2 outside at $6, 1 at $6.50, 1 pr at $10 ; doors with slats 
4 at $4 ; sundries $33.31 

Davidson Wm & Co : repairs to SS. " Argus " : lifting boiler out of ship, retubing &c and 
replacing $137; 2 new ^-in. steel tanks size of old ones $59 ; 5 hand-hole doors, &c, 
$20.50 ; 1 set new grate bars $20 ; 22-in dia smoke-stack, 12 ft x J-in steel plate with cast- 
ing of 16 G $45 ; cover boiler with asbestos $20.50 ; new injector, 1 set gauge cocks, &c 
$38 ; floor plate |-in thick for boiler $35 ; boiler-maker 1\ d at $3 ; helper 9j d at $2 ; sun- 
dries $24. 64 

Ellis J. H. : clerk of works, Apl 8-June 30, 1900 $332 ; travel, 1 fare Ottawa to Halifax incl 
expenses on way $31.50, 81 d board at $1, sundries $20.78; advance of $75 unace'd for. . 

Hefler Bros : lightering the following : shingles 80 M at 15c ; 6000 bricks at $1 ; lumber 36,781 
ft at $1 .50 ; sundries $26.20 

Howell W. W. & Co: overhauling and repairs to engine as per agreement $132; new brass 
air bucket $28 ; 2 men at island, 7 d at $5 ; machine work, 29^ hrs at 50c, 32^ hrs at 334c ; 
sundries $35 . 75 . . 

Low Geo B : building concrete tank as per tender ... 

McFatridge Jno jr : steel clad baths and taps 2 at $23.85 ; w. c. complete 4 at $15 ; 4-in c. i. 
pipe 50 ft at 37c ; plumber and helper 74 d at $4 ; galv ventilators 3 at $3.25 ; sundries, 
$45.87 

Mclnnes Jno & Son : spruce, (1-in) 3000 ft at 13c, 600 ft at 15c, (2 and 3-in x 4 pi 4s) 2488 ft 
at 2c (2-in pi 4 s) 1517 ft at $15 ; hemlock, 1067 ft at 12c ; ft 4-in pickets 1385 at 4c ; 
cedar posts 82 at 50c ; ex cedar shingles 44 M at $3 ; sundry lumber $42.53 

McPherson David : repairs to S.S. Argus : duck for house 36 yds at 29c ; oak, 197 ft at 5c ; 
clear pine 328 ft at 5c ; sundry lumber $19.22 ; labor, 80^ d at $2.70, 24^ d at $2.50 ; sundries 
$40.65 

Robertson Wm & Son : wh lead 300 lbs at $7.70 ; boiled oil 46£ gals at 85c ; turpentine 15 gals 
at 85c ; red paint 300 lbs at $4.90 ; tar paper 1468 lbs at $1.90 ; wire nails, 1 keg at $3.40, 
3 at $3.45, 5 at $3.55, 2 at $3.60, 3 at $3.85 ; mortise locks 26 at 30c ; Parkes spades 6 at 
$1.20; sundries $59.41 

S.S. " Flushing " carrying gov't officials to Partridge Is and return 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



$ cts , 



144 00 

82 24 

158 25 


373 25 
66 10 

193 50 
70 75 


291 24 
53 10 



440 95 

17 50 
53 65 



495 58 
23 64 



415 78 

6 30 

108 50 

68 40 



1,226 88 



439 89 


540 28 


99 37 


256 33 

857 00 


211 82 


285 74 


375 87 


242 59 

io oo 


7,608 50 



V-72 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Kentville Public Building. 



Dodge C. L : clerk of works, Aug 25- June 30 1900 at $75. 
Hardy A. L : photos of P. O. building | doz 



Reid Jas : erection of public building per contract (.$10,872) Aug 28, 
Advertising $51 . 20 ; Queen's Printer's account $20 .10 



1899 



Total, carried to page V— 2. 



Liverpool Post Office. 

Dexter J. H : clerk of works, 11 m. to May 31, 1900 at $75 

Ellis J. E. Co : 1 clock with 4 iron and opal glass dials for tower 

Hutchinson F. H : wiring P. B. as per specifications $168 ; wiring clock, 9 lights at $6, 2 

switches and fixtures $8 

Ives H. R. & Co : Buffalo boiler No 016 less 30 p.c. discount $168 ; flow and returns tapped 

for one 2^ in, three 2 in openings incl bushing $10 ; frt prepaid at Liverpool $17.01 

Liverpool Corporation : connection for new P. B. with sewer pipe to Liverpool Rv $300 ; 

asphalt sidewalk and granite curbing $350 ; grading, rolling and seeding grounds' of new 

P. B. $600 t 

Powers, Frank : contract of heating new P. B. $815 ; man and helper 2\ d at $4 . 50 ; sand 

and cement $1 25 

Rhodes, Curry & Co : erection of public building, per contract $10,777, Jan 26 1899.. 

Rubenstein Bros : 370 P. O. box fronts $529 ; 4 cases $4 ; freight $3.91 

Photos of building $2 ; freight $7.08 ; carting $1 

Advertising $99.95 ; Queen's Printer's account $10.03 

Total, carried to page V — 2 , 



$ cts. 

765 00 

2 50 

,640 00 

71 30 



Truro Public Building : Restating roof, &c. 

Lamarche Jos : putting on new roof as per agreement ... 

Wilson Frank: repairing brick work on east side,— brick, 2,260 at $10, 200 pr at lfc. ; 
cement, lime and sand $16.80 ; masons, 13 d at $3 ; helpers 15 d at $1.25 ; Sundry labour 
$8.50 : putting on new scantling and joist for support of roof $13.29 

Total, carried to page V — 2 , 



Windsor Drill Mall : Reconstruction. 

Lawrence Wm : erecting fence around Drill Hall as per contract $264 ; balance of contract 
Dec 30, 1898 $765 ; Sundry carpenter works as per specifications $325 

Total, carried to page V — 2 

Windsor J>rill Hall : Interest allo\ved Contractor. 

Lawrence Wm : interest allowed on overdue balance 



Windsor Public Building. 

Allison Wm : contract of painting Post Office $265 ; labour, 43^ d at $2 ; wh lead 150 lbs at 
$6.50; sundries $16. 13 

Curry W. H & Co ($1226.19)— 

Fittings of Windsor P. O. as per contract Nov 9, 1898 

Fitting up Customs room per contract 

24 window roller blinds $44 ; standing desks, 1 dble $30, 1 sgle $17 ; 1 letter press table $9 : 
sundry office chairs $20.10; sundries $21. 09 

Dimock and Armstrong : 181 panes, 21 oz glass, at 40c, for outside sashes ; sundry glass $16.50 ; 
wire wound hose 150 ft at 15c ; 2-in brass rail polished with ball ends $11 ; sundries $49.43 

Larmarche Jos : putting in heating apparatus, contract $961.80, Oct 4, 1898 

Mosher Phillip J : repairing vault doors, 3 d at $1.50 ; painting & cleaning same $5 ; repair- 
ing doors & locks 45 hrs at 50c ; sundries $8 . 65 

Murphy Fred F : elec fixtures as per tender 

Rubenstein Bros : 430 P. O. box fronts at $1.43 ; 4 cases $4 ; frt & express $6.97 

Shaw Alf E : cutting stone, 40 d at $2.50 ; splitting stone 62^ d at $1.60 ; tooling and report- 
ing 10 d at $2 . 50 ; stone 450 ft at 40c . . 

Smith Gr. R : work on sewer : time of men, 9| d at $1 .40 ; of self $5 ; sundries $3.65 

Windsor Elec It & Power Co : wiring, 35 outlets for light, 7 for switches $108 ; 21 sockets 
$4.20; 21 rosettes $4.20; 21 lamps $7 . 35 ; 70 ft cord $2.10; wiring 2 Its basement $6; 
labor 40 hrs at 40c 



Total, carried to page V — 2. 



10,478 80 



825 00 
885 00 

230 00 

195 01 

1,250 00 



827 50 

7,142 00 

537 01 

10 08 

109 98 


12,011 58 


1,700 00 
122 44 


1,822 44 



1,354 00 
1 354 00 

32 99 



377 88 



860 00 
225 00 


141 19 


171 83 
311 80 


40 65 
130 00 

625 87 


405 00 
21 95 


147 85 


3,459 02 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER i\»o. 1 



V-73 



Cliarlottetown Dominion Buildings* 

( 'oimnissioners of Sewers and Water Supply : changing sewer connection $10.27 ; connecting 

Dom b'ld'g with sewage system .$10 ; pipe and excavation 117 ft at 50c 

Shaw & Bearisto : part payment on plumbing contract of $1725 

Total, carried to page V — 2 

Charlottetown : Ctueen's Square Grounds. 

Committee Queen Square Grounds : maintenance of grounds 1897 and 1898 

Chatham, \.B., New Bonded Warehouse. 

Queen's Printer's Account 

Dalhousie Public Building. 

Asker C. E : wire screening in Post office per contract 

Lamarche Jos : putting new roof on Post office per contract 

Total, carried to page V — 2 

Marysville Post Office. 

McCordock W J : travelling expenses 

Advertising §44.90 ; Queen's Printer's Account $1.85 

Total, carried to page V— 2 

St. John Dom. Buildings: Improvements, Alterations, Renewals, 

Repairs, &c. 

Custom House ($1,956.92.) 

Allan C. B : repairing roof : labor, 14 d at $3, man and helper 9i d at $4 ; materials $14.72. . 
Craigie Geo ($529.25)— 

Painting, graining and varnishing woodwork in premises occupied by Mr. Drake 

Painting and varnishing 11 offices in Marine and Fisheries dep't as per contract 

it ii doctor's room and the immigration room 

Graining woodwork in shipping master's room $9.50 ; sundry bronzing, $13.75 

Doody Jas H : furnishing and fitting up basin and connections as per agreement 

Feltham, Mrs Eliza : charwoman, 13 d at $1 

Fitzgerald Rich'd : washing windows, 86 at 60c, 82 at 50c, 24 at 40c ; sundry repairs $7.46. 
Johnston Jno : painting room (Mr. Hutchinson as per agreement $45 ; whitening and tinti 

6 rooms, bath-room, hall, kitchen and pantries (Mr. Drake) $50; rooms and hall in Eng's 

dept, — painting and kalsomining as per tender $175, painting, graining and varnishing 

$53 

Melliday Win ($526.50)— 

Pointing stone of exterior as per contract 

ii roof, mansard and towers : labor, 2 d at $3.25, 9 d at $2.50, 2| d at $2 ; sun- 
dries $2. 40 

Taking up and relaying tiles in main hall : labor, 15 d at $1.50, 15 d at $3.25, 2 d at $3.50 ; 

W. H. Portland cement 4 \ 1 >ls at $2 . 90 ; sundries $13 . 80 

Mooney B & Sons : repairing furnace and building 2 walls in ash bin : masons, 5£ d at $3.50 : 

labrs 3 d at $1 .50 ; supervision 21 d at $4 ; stock brick 2200 at $9 per M ; mortar 10 bis 

at $1 ; sundries $8 . 45 

Myles Andrew : building 2 flights of stairs railed &c in south tower $83 ; building hand rail 

to stairs in north tower with gallery, rail and posts $64 ; sundries $15.19 

Pullen Jas H ; painting iron work on roof as per agreement 

Scrubbing 3 d at $1 ; elec repairs $2.50 ; sundry hardware $9 45 

Post Office ($865.59.) 

Fitzgerald Rich'd : washing and putting on windows, 73 at 40c ; sundry repairs 81.50 

Flood Jno : pointing stone and brickwork as per agreement 

Haley Bros : 2 extensions in assorting case as per contract $20 : iron divisions 6 doz at 75c. . . 
McAvity & Sons: 3 in. standard pipe with valves and fittings as specified put in place $242.50 ; 

sundry hardware $18.89 

Pullen, Jas H : painting, whitening, varnishing &c Inspector's floor as per agreement 

Thomas W. J : asphalting floor of building 



ng 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



84 77 
1,300 00 



1,384 77 



500 00 



1 60 



97 00 
1,200 00 

1,297 00 


7 05 
46 75 



53 80 



94 72 



58 00 
372 00 
76 00 
23 25 
23 00 
13 00 
109 66 


323 00 


385 00 


36 40 


105 10 



70 65 

162 19 
90 00 
14 95 



30 70 

285 00 

24 50 

261 39 

210 00 

54 do 



2,822 51 



V-74 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Johns Dom. Buildings : Improvements, &c. — Concluded. 

Brought forward , 

Savings Bank (-$2.26.) 
McAvity & Sons : Sundry hardware 

Post Office, Portland ($146.07.) 

Craigie Geo : scraping off, whitewashing and papering 3 rooms occupied by Mr. Edwards, 
labor $16.50; paper $13.94; sundries $1.10 

Roden Benj : |-in birch flooring oiled and stained in vestibule, lobby, office, lavatory, back 
hall and coal room $59 ; carptr and mason work, galv. iron, tar and gravelling on roof 
$32 . 55 ; repairing back stairway $7 . 98 ; laying new floor on front hall $15 

Total, carried to page V— 2 

St. John Quarantine Station : Improvements. 

Beatteay Geo V. : clerk of works, Dec 5-June 30 1900, 200 d at $3.50 

Campbell P & Co : med. supt's residence : supplying & fitting plumbing work as per specifi- 
cations $367 ; fitting hot water apparatus $530 

Clark Jno G. B : covering with asbestos cement the Dionide blast furnace on Str Neptune. . . 

Duffy Jno : paid on contract $18,500 to erect three quarantine buildings A. B. C 

Long Jno W ($1026.92) 

Excavating and laying sewer from Dr March's residence as per contract 

Repairing lathing & plastering on Dr March's dwelling, — 75^ yds at 35c; securing parti- 
tion «fec $4. . . 

Removing old L and rebuilding etc as specified 

Excavating for & building cellars &c 

Main floor repairs and renewals 

Building box window $51 ; rebuilding verandah floor, lattices &c $25 . 

Providing and fixing verandah rail . -.. 

New front doors (vestibuled) and windows 

Advertising $146.55 Queen's Printer's Account $24.36 



St John Quarantine Station telephone line ($769.16) 

Cobham Geo : laying cable, self 4 d at $3, 2 men 8J d at $2, 2 men with boats 1 d at $5 ; hire 

of scow & boats $11.25 ; towing $2.50 ; dials & boards (200 ft) $2 , 

Dawson D. C : services of self & hire of cable gear & tackle $40 ; 2 cable boxes & lightning 

arresters complete fitted & connected to cables $15 ; team hire $4.50 

McPherson & Son : new deep-sea type g. p. cable 4500 ft at 10c 

Services laying & trenching cable, days at $2.50: P. A. Farrel 6 ; Angus Fraser6 ; Harmon 

E Hoyt 4 ; Herb Hoyt 4 ; Andrew Maher 6 ; F. A. McCain 4 ; D. McCormack, 6 ; 

D. McQuarrie 6 

Wetmore A. D, foreman, 8 d at $5 : towing scow laying cable $12 

Sundry labour handling cable $10.20 ; hoisting cable $8 ; man rope $2.60 ; chain & yarn $2.50 : 

blacksmith work $4.50 ; insulators $2.45 ; cartage & ferriage, $6.80 ; sundry labour $3 ; 

ICRfrt$12.30 , 

Overpaid 56c voucher 58531 



Total carried to page V — 2 



Tracadie Lazaretto : Outbuilding's. 

Arseneau Peter : cedar sills 36 pes at $1 

Arseneau Sylvain : building icehouse 

Babineau Rev J. A : travelling expenses to Ottawa and return 

Compagnie Chinic : metallic oxide 250 lbs at 4c ; raw oil 15 galls at 87c ; sundries $2.35 

Soeur Doucet : taking down brick furnace 8 d labour at $2 ; installing oxford furnace 3 d at 

$2 

HockinM.S: lime 14 brls at $1 

Loggie W. S : shingles, 60 M clear at $1.85 ; 50 M No 1 at $1.40 

McAvity & Sons: steel cut nails, 8 kegs at $2.95, 3 kegs at $2.85 ; wire nails 6 kegs at $3.60 ; 

tar paper 750 lbs at $1.70 

Snowball J.'B : Spruce deals,— 4th, 10,220 s f t at $8 ; 6 x 2-3, 5,748 s ft at $10 ; 6-7 x 3, 5,722 

s ft at $12 ; boards 15,500 ft at $7.50 ; 4th boards 1,500 ft at $8 ; scantling (3 x 3) 1,000 ft 

at $9 (5 x 2i) 565 ft at $9.50 (5 x 2-3) 824 ft at $10 ; sundry lumber $7.30 

Tracadie Lumber Co : boards, pine P.T & G. 600 ft at $18, spruce P.T & G 4,000 ft at $15. . . 

Total carried to page V— 2 



$ cts. 
2,822 51 

2 26 

31 54 
114 53 



2,970 84 



'00 00 



897 00 


30 00 


16,000 00 


320 00 


30 42 


300 00 


108 00 


112 50 


76 00 


20 00 


60 00 


170 91 



49 75 



59 50 


450 00 


105 00 


52 00 


52 35 


56 


19,593 99 


36 00 


430 00 


25 00 


25 40 


22 00 


14 0f> 


181 00 



66 50 



366 01 i 
70 80 



1,237 1 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-75 



Public Buildings: Maritime Provinces Generally. 

Detailed with ' Maintenance of Dominion Buildings ' (Page V— 154) 

Quebec Province : Buildings Generally. 

Detailed with ' Maintenance of Dominion Buildings ' (Page V— 155) 



Tetu F. A. P. L. 

Tetu P. A. P. L. 

travel $16 . . . 



Buckingham Public Building. 

S : preparing plan and supplying preliminary information for site 

S : services in field and in office preparing plan 6 d at $4 ; board and 



Total, carried to page V — 2 



Grosse Isle Quarantine Station. 

Waterworks construction for sick division ($1278.80) 

i 

Fore carpenter, Alf Lamonde, 13 d. at $2 ; fore blaster, Ed Marcoux 45 d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.75: Zeph Blanchet 21; Alt' Bernier ; Amedee Caron 6; Chs 
Guimont 19 ; Xav Lamonde 40f ; Come Langlois 6 ; Odil Latourneau 11 ; Jos 

Vallee 17 

Painters, days at $1 . 50 ; Jos Cote 13 ; Nap Corneau 9| ; Pr Langlois 34 . . 

Blasters, days at $1.50 : Ls Boule 30 ; Xav Caron 38; Jos Danseuse 7 ; Lucque Fortin 

45| ; Narc Gauthier 17| ; Marcel Lapierre 24 ; Desire Vezina 53f 

Laborers, days at $1.25 : Jacques Clavette 43^ ; Jos Cute 22j ; Ls Couture 23^; Alexis 
Dupre 29f ; Geo Fournier 25J ; Nap Fournier 17£ ; Jos Gauthier 10 j ; Marcel 
Lapierre 19£ ; Alf Metivier 25i ; Alex Kobin 43^ ; Geo Remiliard 8% ; Wm Simon- 

eau 17£ ; Thos Tonca 8 . 

Blacksmith, Eug Boulanger 30| d at $2 ; mason, Xav Metivier 43^ d at $2. . 

Carters : Pr Masson 10 d. at $2.50 ; Xav Turcotte 1\ d at $1 

Unloading steam boiler and pump and foundation of boiler house ($141.25) 

Carpenters, days at $2 : Alph Gravel 7 ; C. Lachance 7 ; Chas Valin 7 

Laborers, days' at $1.50: Moriel Degagne 6 ; Alf Gravel 7 ; Edw Gravel 11; Jno La- 
rochelle 6 ; Jos Martineau 10 ; Phil Mercier 7 ; Edw St Hilaire 11 ; Desire Vezina 

4 ; man and horse, Pr Masson 2h d at $2 . 50 

Beland F & Co : cloth for curtains, 14| yds at $3.50, 5*^ yds at $4.50 ; fringe and tassels 

$38.05; making $9.39 

Boulanger, Capt. Ely : cedar, 4005 ft at 10c 

C. A. Ry. Co : freight charges 

Cowan, Jno : services as engineer, Aug 10- Oct 31, 1899, 7GJ d at $3.50; travelling expenses, 
Sept 5-8, 1899, Ottawa to Quebec and return $21.80 ; Sept 22-30, Ottawa to Quebec and 
1 week's board at Grosse Isle $18.90; Oct 2-28, sundry expenses including fare from 

Quebec to Ottawa $23. 47 

Davie Geo T, per str Challenger ($853.34) 

Hauling up vessel on Marine Ry, wintering and launching same as per agreement 

C. S. head bolts, 455 lbs at 7c ; spun oakum 207 lbs at 10c ; oak planking 140 ft at 10c ; 
white pine for deck plank, doors, &c 1291 ft at 0c ; red pine planking, 009 ft at Gc ; 

sundry hardware $42.50 ; use of tools $18 ; cleaning out slip $7.50 

Foreman's attendance, 05 d at 40c 

Joiners, carpenters, caulkers, labourers &c : 45 hrs at 25c : 985 h at 20c ; 125 h at 17^c. . . 
Engineer's department : grate bars 740 lbs at 3c ; new smoke stack $94 ; repairs $22.20. . 

Dorion Gaspard : cedar 2105 ft at- lie ; spruce, 1140 ft at lie, 2280 ft at $20 

Dorval F : lighterage of steam pump, foundation stone &c from Quebec 

Drolet F. X : 1 steam-boiler (5 ft x 12 ft) $500 ; sundry fittings to adjust same $10.44 ; 1 forge 

with bellows $43 

Gamache Adelard (375.20) 

Oct 0-31, 1899, board of 19 men, 453 d at 40c 

Nov 1-29, 1899, board of 22 men, 485 d at 40c 

Gaudry L. Harry ($4700.88) 

Extra heavy C. I soil pipe : 0-in.. 100 ft at GGc ; 5-in., 100 ft at 55c ; 4-in., 140 ft at 41c ; 

3-in., 100 ft at 30c ; 2 in., 220 ft at 19c 

Extra heavy C. I. S. P. fittings : y's with 4-in. inlet, 4 of in. at $2.11, 3 of 5 in. at 

$1.50 ; with 2-in. inlet, 8 of 6 in. at $2.11 ; 8 of 5 in. at $1.56 ; sundry $0.05 

Pig iron 1100 lbs at 5c ; l£xl£x£ angle iron, 1000 ft at 12c 

8000 sq ft Morewood B B corrugated galv iron, 20 gauge, sheets 20-in. x 72-in., at 15c. . . . 

Sinks with backs, brackets, cocks, overflow, traps, &c complete, G at $23 

C. I. enamel bath tubs ft., with cocks, plugs, stoppers &c, 11 at $45 

1 Hitcbings conical heater No 3 

1 galv iron range boiler, 400 galls 

37 lavatory basins with cocks, traps, slabs, backs, legs &c as per specifications, complete. 

Carried forward 



12,018 43 



V-76 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Gross Isle Quarantine — Continued. 
Brought forward , 



L. Harry - 

s ga'e valvi 



Con. 



at .$2.50; 1-in., 5 at $1.40. 



Gaudry 

Brass gate valves : 3-in., 1 at 810 ; 2-in., 3 at $4.50 ; H-in. 

Stopcocks, Tj-in. 40 at 60c, f -in. , 10 at 80c ; sundries $12 .65 

Needle and shower baths complete, 3 at $1 45 , 

Mixing chambers for needle baths 3 at $8 ; same for heater 1 at $8 ; thermometers 4 at 

$6 ; 10 sludge cocks $12.50 ; 4 air valves $18 

Flushometer closets 22 at $35. ... _ 

Brass flange plates with 4-in. lead pipe connections and brass ferrules, 14 at $2.50. 

Hackett Win & Sons : trip from Quebec to Grosse Isle and return with board, &c, $25; tow- 
age $3 

Jinchereau J B : lime 13 brls at $1 ; red bricks 1000 at $6 ; sundries $10.80 

Laberge Alph : cedar shingles 40 M at $2 40 ; lin oil 68| galls at 75c ; dynamite 32^ lbs at 
50c ; 1| doz, shovels $15 ; metallic oxide 275 lbs at 5c ; wh lead elep 1300 lbs at $7 ; nails, 
3 kegs at $3.50, sundry 5 kegs $18.40 ; brushes $15.45 ; glass $12.60 ; cartage $14.80 ; sun- 
dries $112.68 

Langlois Come : supplied during Sept-Dec 1899— Ph. Beland 44 d board at $1, passages $16 ; 
Th Vermette 36 d board at $1, passages $5 ; Jno Cowan 31 d. board at $1 , 

Langlois Pr : painting, Dec 1-Feb 19, 1900, 04| d at $1.50 

Lawson Thos : air vessel $15.60 ; 7-in. T pipe $7 ; 9-in. flange, 72c 

Marchand Geo : 1 pipe 22^-in. dia, 48 ft at $1.35 ; steel 685 lbs at 4c ; cast iron 320 lbs at 
o^c ; galv sh iron 110 lbs at 7^c ; casting 41J d at $2.50 ; sundries $14.35 

Martineau J. E. : cast steel, 1-1 J-in. rd 426 at 12c, 54 lbs at 14c ; |-in-l^-in. sq iron, 2746 lbs 
at $2.70 ; dynamite 230 lbs at 60c ; sundries $52.86 

Martineau J : pine deals 3-in x 11-in x 12 ft, 100 at 50c ; spruce deals 50 at 25c ; 50 pes 
roofing $13 ; planks T & G 3750 ft at $17 

Mathieu & Gignac : window frames and sashes 6 at $5 ; 2 doors and frames $12 ; 3-in mould- 
ing 379 ft at 2|c ; sawdust 100 sacks at 10c : sundries $19 78 

Montizambert Dr ($1024.88) valuation of household furniture- 
Drawing room : 1 sq piano$150.50 ; sq rug (26 yds) $36; b.w. carved scroll feet centre 
table $18 ; 1 gilt frame velvet mounted mirror $L0 ; b.w. choffonier, worked back $12; 

sofa $20 ; arm chair $15 ; sundry chairs $29 ; sundries $41 _. . 

Diningroom : b.w. carvod sideboard and 3 cupboards $30 ; 12 leather seated dining chairs 

$36 ; sundries $15 

Halls (lower and upper) and office : 30^ yds oilcloth $23; 3 metal flower vessel stands 

$15 ; 30J yds stair carpet $11.63 ; office desk and rocking chair $10 ; sundries $28.50. 

7 bedrooms and dressing room : 2 b. w. carved wardrobes $110 ; 5 hair mattresses $62 ; 

2 bedsteads $22 ; 6 washstands $37.50 ; bureaus dressing tables and mirrors $60 ; 4i 

yds carpet $38 ; chairs, tables, clothes, baskets, spring mattresses &c $68 .75 

2 rooms over kitchen, attic and sundries : 5 mattresses $30 ; 9 baths $33 ; knife cleaner 
$10 ; sundries $53 

Nadeau F : spruce planks T & G 100 at 7^c, 75 at 12c, 200 at 10c ; figure 125 at 14c, 315 at 
16c ; spruce deals (3-in. x 9-in. x 12 ft) 100 at 25c ; T & G 150 at 17c, (2 ft. 6-in. and 7 ft, 
6-in) T & G 1814 ft at $15 ; 3 ft. 6-in. colombage 100 at 18c 

Parent Chs : Red Cross cement 50 brls at $2.50 ; crowbars 90 lbs at 10c ; sundries $30.74.. . . 

Picard Jos B : T & G deals 100 at $15 

Pruneau A. R. & Co. : white bricks 1000 at $29 ; cartage $1 

Pochette C : red bricks 6000 at $5 ; cartage $4 . 80 

TurcotteF X : board of Edmond Marion e, Oct 7-Nov 29, 1899, 54 d at 50c 

Vermette Theo : conductor of works, Nov 1899 — 

Vezina Ed : 2 trijDS carrying freight to Grosse Isle _. 

Vezina Chs : 1 marble switch board with volt meter, anmeter, and main switch $75 ; connect 
ing switch board and repairing elec bells, electricians 57 hrs at 30c ; 54 at 25c, board of 
men $13; materials $18.35; 6 lengths iron pipe $23.25; 2|-in. Jenkins globe valve 
$9.60 ; labour $21.75 ; sundries $11.51 

Wade Sarah : washing blankets 76 at 15c; washing sundry bedding $7.96 , 

Telegrams $11 .33 ; sundries $4.43. . . 

Travel of Ottawa officials 



Total, carried to page V — 2. 



Hull Post Office— To Re build. 



Clearing away debris ($707 . 16)— 

Foreman, Vitalis Laflamme, 51 d at $3 

Carpenter^ days at $1 . 75 : J. B. Charlebois 5 ; P. Cyr 7£ 

Carters, days at $2 : M. Charbonneau 12| ; V. Nadon 90 

Carters, days at $1.75 : N. Boulet 60 ; Thos. Derouin 5| ; T. Latour 70 : E. Prudhomme 

6f ; J. B. Rouleau 1% i X. St. Arnaud 6f ; sundry 12| 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : Ph. Bisson 11$ ; P. Cote 9f ; P. Dupuis 120 ; J. B. Simmard 
12§; Jos. Morin 12$ ; G. Rochon 12| ; P. Thibaudeau 12£ ; sundry 16| 

Carried forward , >. • • 



$ cts. 
7,895 76 



48 00 

44 65 

435 00 

86 50 

770 00 

35 00 



28 00 

29 80 



467 81 



132 00 
96 75 
23 32 


229 45 


323 43 


139 25 


81 26 


331 50 


81 00 


88 13 


398 25 


126 00 


200 11 
164 00 
15 00 
30 00 
34 80 
27 00 
60 00 
100 00 


203 06 
19 36 
15 76 
41 03 



12,801 72 



153 00 

22 25 
43 30 

89 69 

149 25 



457 49 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-77 



Hull Post Office— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Clearing away debris— -Con. 

Labourers, days at $1.25: 0. Beauchamp Og ; M. Cheriasse 7, : ; ; L. Frechette 101 : 7' 
Gadmere 7;; ; J. Grenier 9| ; V. Joannisse 9| : M. Lull, ur 8| ; G. Laviolette 71 • A 
Regimbal !);; ; Andre Sarrazin 7|; ; A. Seguin 12| ; E. Seguin 10i: G. Simon 91 

L. Viau 8$ ; sundry 73J, 

Fitting up temporary building ($51) — 

Carpenters, days at $2 : S. St. Jean 4 ; D. St. Martin 1\ ; H. Theberge 14.. 
Charleson W. G.: shovels \\ doz at $11 ; wheelbarrows 4 at $6; 90 lbs cast steel at 12c. 

sundries $4 . GO 

Dupuis B, lumber : at burnt P O, $39.69 ; for temporary P 6 on Alma St, $14^95 

Labelle J. B : night watchman, Aprl 28-May 7, 10 d at $2 ; carptr 6 d at $2 ; carter $3 
sundries $4 . 90 



Laflamme V. I : labour removing plant $5.75 ; sundry repairs $10 ; ferrying &c $3 75 
Landry T : removal and carriage of safe from Marine and Fisheries Dept to Hull P. 6 
Transfer Co $2. GO ; opening vault door $5 ; travel $2.50 ; sundries $4.50. 
Advertising $166 . 23 ; ( Queen's Printer's account $31 .94 ....... 

Total, carried to page V— 2 



Montreal Examining Warehouse : New Floor and Oil Shed. 

Grothe Freres, balance due see page Q— 43, 1898-99. , 



Montreal Post Office : To recover roof with copper, rebuilding 
chimneys, &c. 

Desjardins Camille, clerk of works, Aug 1899, Feb, Mch, and May 1900 at $90. 
Grothe T A & Son : steel wire rope 40 ft at 15c ; labour putting in place in dial $4 80 
Lamarche Jos ($6,518.30)— 

Repairing brick work of 4 chimneys removing rubbish : bricklayers 16 d at $4 ; labourers 
32 at $1.75 ; seaffoldmg $20 ; bricks, sand and lime $19 ; 1 smoke stick $75. 

Supplying and putting in place barking for gutter 432 ft at 25c 

Wooden blocks, 74 for railing at 50c, 128 covered with copper at $2. 

Putting up dram, fallpipes, pipes, pointing cement, joints, &c as per tender 

Contract to recover roof with copper $9400 less prev payment $5570 (Pg Q 43' 1898-99) ■ 
to recover chimneys, extend eaves &c $2800 less prev payment $1900 (Pg Q 43 1898-99)' 
removing and renewing roofing boards where required, 1094 yds at 50c. 
Pauze J. B : materials for painting, varnishing &c 6.75 ; labour, 53 hrs at 25c 
Weaver Geo H : 3-8-in shipper rope 420 ft at 10c ; 5-8-in steel elev rope 178 ft at 14c"-' 23~in 

cir manila rope 80 lbs at 13c ' 4 

Advertising '....[ ......... 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



Montreal Public Buildings, Improvements, Etc. 

Custom. House ($2,566.55). 

Washing and putting up dble windows ($128.89)— 

Labrs, days at $1.25 : Jos Dandelin 19 ; Aid. Dansereau 59A ; sundry 3 
•• days at $1 : Anna Dandelin 14 ; Delia Dandelin 13. 



9 Ct.3. 

457 49- 



249 67 

:.l 00 

.v. 90 
53 64 

39 90 
1!) 50 
45 00 
14 GO 
198 17 



1,184 87 



74 00 



360 00 
10 80 



234 00 
108 00 
293 00 
606 30 



5,277 00 
20 0i) 

77 32 

8 80 

6,995 22 



Auer Lt Co : lights bought outright 8 at $3.50 ; renewals, 11 mantels at 50c.',' ll' chimneys 



Boivin, Wilson & Co : sundry panes D.D. glass 

Brjinet Frs : fitted 2 enameled basins with connections per contract $49.85;' do new gas stove 
j te x? « a V d . conne 1 c . tlons to caretaker's and water galv pipes for washing room $135 74- 
i-\. i^ 1 Y ron c ^mney cap and ext $24 ; do ventilator and cap $12.50 ; 2 gas portable 
lights $12 ; labour plumbing, steamfitting, gasfitting, &c, man and helper 52 6 d at $4 2 
nts at $5.50 ; 3 steam radiators (1 x 18), 135 ft at 30c ; sundry brass globe valves $27 65 • 
ga v iron pipes, 171 ft at 12c, 101 ft at 18c, sundry lengths $22.03 ; sundry materials $175 15 
Can Aluminum Works : duplex tubes aluminum reflectors 4 at $2 50 
Dandelin C : cleaning sidewalks, outside and roof of building, 15 m to June 30 ' 1900' 

Gareau R. R, patent illuminators for 4 dials of clock 

Lambert & Son : contract for alteration and new fittings' in 'long room" $1,960;' contract' 'for 
cupboard m Mr Corbed's office $21 ; additional works $20 ; less $1,201 charged to 1900- 

Marchand ,T. T& Co :' pine,' 290 'ft' at 4£c ; ash,'206'ft at' $45 ;' sundry iumber $15.99'. 

Miller .Bros & loms : track wheels for coal wagon 2 at $3.75 ; machine work $7.70.. . 



Brought forward 



101 89 

27 00 

34 82 

10 97 



7.")9 52 

10 00 

125 00 

200 00 


800 00 
38 04 
15 20 



2,122 44 



V-78 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Montreal Public Buildings — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Custom House — Concluded. 

Pauze J. B. & Co : varnishing (2 coats), 130 yds at 30c, exterior and roof 100 yds at 30c ; 

sundries $30.30 

Picotte Per : building oak partition 7'x 12' painted and varnished $157.50 ; repairs to an office 

$46.95 ; to stone sidewalk and entrance, $50 

Sauvageau & Picotte : whitewashing ceiling, painting walls and woodwork of 2 new rooms 

per agreement 

Jas Walker Hardware Co : oil, paint, varnish &c 

Window-shades 4 at $1.15 ; 4 large brackets for desks $6 

Examining Warehouse ($2,200.89). 

Brunet Frs : solder 51 lbs. at 30c ; repairing rubber fire hose 8 lgths at $1.50; 4" iron con- 
ductors 24 ft. at 25c ; comp. hose couplings 1^ at $5 ; labour, man and helper, 24 - 85 d at $4, 

2| d at $5 ; sundry materials, $62.84 •. 

Brush Geo : machine work, 14 hrs at 40c ; sundries $4.99 

Grothe Bros ($1,333.74)— 

Plumbers, 68 hrs at 40c ; painters, 480 hrs at 25c ; carpenters, hours at 25c, — Beau champ 
117, Bertrand 40, Bourgeois 110, Gendron 46, Hebert 101, Howie 57, Lareau 157^, 
Lavelle 104, Naoux 62^, Perreault 40, sundry 280 ; mason, 48^ hrs at 35c ; stone- 
cutter, 20 hrs at 40c ; labourer, 52 hrs at 17jc ; foreman, 18 d at $3 

Doors, 1 with shutters $30, 1 dble glass $20, 2 in 3 pieces $50 ; 1 counter with drawers and 
door $30; 5 steps 6" x 12" x4' = 45' at 50c ; ironwoik 360 lbs at 5c ; 3 glass parti- 
tions 12' high, 16 ft, 21 ft and 8 ft respect, at $3.60 ; 1 do 10' high, 20 ft at $3 ; 1" 
and H" pine T & G. 4,403 ft at $30 ; 1" pine 1,633 ft at $35 ; prep, paint 305 lbs at 

15c ; glass for partitions and doors $17.55 ; sundries, $174.59 

Lewis Bros & Co : Lord's boiler compound 150 lbs at 25c ; 1 lgth dble lea belting $32.75 ; 2" 

magnesia covering 135 ft at 20c ; sundries $23.42 

Miller Bros & Toms : rebuilding elevator gangway, — 2 bal weights to pattern $18.34, pattern 
$3.25, sundry materials $26.38, millwright 69 hrs at 30c, mach 21 hrs at 35c ; repairs on hoist 
$34.45; platform for do $14.80; repairing elevator shaft, gearing, making new platform 

and floor,— labour $21.25, materials $10.42 ; mach work and sundry repairs $37.75 

Picotte, Per : repairs to outer wall,— cut stone 43' at 30c, sundry materials $25.45, mason and 
labr 59 hrs at 45c, sundry labour $9 ; pointing facade 48' x 18', $48 ; repairs to 6 arches as 

per plan $90 ; pointing wall between arches $14.70 

Poirier L. E & Co : panes of glass (12-16) 156 at 12c, (14-22) 14 at 16c, (18-22) 15 at 20c ; 

labour putting in, 95 hrs at 25c ; putty &c $2.37 

Weaver Geo H : f " elevator rope 130 ft at 18c, lubricating plumbago 20 lbs at 18c 

Panes of glass $5.52 ; labour, 21| hrs at 25c ; sundries $7.08 

Inland Revenue ($818.49). 

Brunet Frs : work in Weights and Measures Office,— bronzing 6 h w coils $13.80, bronzing &c 
gas harp, lengthening, polishing and fitting 4 gas chandeliers $25.85; repairs to tarred 
galv roof, — materials $12.85, 2 men and helper 6*6 d at $7 ; 1" hog head pipes 126 ft at 30c; 
sundry materials for repairs $71.04; plumber and helper, 12 '87 d at $4 ; man repairing 
roof, 2 d at $3 

Picotte Per : repairing 4 basement windows, entrance steps &c $30.40 ; repairing facade, 
materials $6.51, labour $21 .75 

Poirier L. E. & Co : painting, window sashes 60 prs at $2, shutters 43 prs at 75c, grills 17 
prs at 75c ; burning old paint off 4 doors, painting 11 doors (2 coats), scraping, paint'g 
& varnish'g iron baluster & caretaker's kitchen & staircase,— paint 156 lbs at 15c, varnish 
&c $3.10, labour 234 hrs at 25c; panes of glass (15-20) 76 at 18c, putty &c $1.35, labour 
63 hrs at 25c 

Sauvageau M. M. & Picotte : repairs to entrance & basement as specified 

Valliquette N. G : leather 24 ft at 30c ; sundry merchandise $7 . 10 , 

Washing & putting up dble windows, 1.2i d at $1.25 ; glass $4.48 ; sundries $1.60 



Post Office ($11,295.45). 

Washing & cleaning, 13 m to June 30, 1900 ($2052.32)- 

Lab'er, Ls. Brault, 395 d at $1.50 

Lab'ers, days at $1.25: A. Bourrasa395; H. Clement 8 ; Jos Uandelin 3J? ; Aid. Danse- 
reau 2l£ ; Jos. Gagne 8 ; Wilf . Page 336 ; N. Ste Marie 395 ; Wilf. Page, overpaid $1 

Bell Telephone Co : rent of telephone 12 m to Mch 1 1900 $50 ; messages $82.31 

Beullac M : 2 Canadian ensigns, (7 yds) $24, (5 yds) $16 

Boivin, Wilson & Co : panes of glass $13.23; orn. plate $18.98 ; plate bev. 1£ in. $2.35 

Brunet Frs (962.91)— 

Postmaster's office : fittting 2 basins & connections $108.90 ; do & altering closet with 
connections & marble floor $49.70; do 2 curtain rods $18.75; towels, combs, mirror, 
glasses &c $21.65 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
2,122 44 

99 30 

254 45 

64 95 
14 81 
10 60 



217 54 
10 59 



514 10 

819 64 
122 67 

194 69 

226 60 

50 08 

27 00 
17 98 



265 04 
58 66 



280 78 

178 00 

14 30 

21 71 



592 50 

1,459 82 

132 31 

40 00 

34 56 



199 00 



8,044 12 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-79 



Montreal Public Buildings — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Post Office— Concluded. 
Brunet, Frs— Con. 

Minister's office : curtains, mirror, brush & combs &c 

Sec' y office : fitted C. I. enameled basin with connections .$28.50; do comb 3 x 3, gas 
& elec chandelier globes $17 .75 

Stamp office : fitted hot water coil $48.75 ; do enameled basin &c, $39.85 

Fitted 4 ft. x 10 ft. pipes, 4 sections H. W. coil with connections ; in money order dep't 
$38.75 ; in r'y mail supt's office $48.25 

Fitted hot water radiator $44.88 ; do 30-in. sink with cold & hot water $59.13 

Adding addition to U.S. mail bags rack $35.45 ; strg sheet tin 6J xlO, 440 ft at 5c 

New galv iron bottoms to ash boxes, 2 at $G ; sundries $184 .70 

Man & helper, 264 d at $4 ; 2 men & helper 8J d at $7 

Cauchon O : painting letter boxes, 161 at 65c 

Chapleau S : 1 safe $120 ; changing combination $1.50 ; repairing do $2.50 

Crowe Jno & Sons : new section iron railing $75; wire cloth 6 pes $12.10; labour, 25^ hrs 

at 40c ; sundry foundry work &c $24 .20 

Gareau R. R. : patent illuminators for clock dials, 4 at $50. 

< rrothe Bros, for Rue St Jacques P.O.: alum sign $55 ; extra work on alum plate $45 

Grothe Bros, oak doors for vestibule & inner entrance with additions thereto ($620.36) ; doors 

in 2 sections $275; carving in oak above inner door $45; 2 copper plates below doors & 

2 push plates with inscription $30; 2 Eclipse, locks iSlo 4, $20; sundries $26.94; work- 
men, 193 hrs at 25c 

Plate glass : pane 65f x 29f $13.75 ; 2 panes 48| x22 $15 ; 1 orn pane for above inner door 
$40 ; labour at $1.25 a ft $35.83 

Varnishing and polishing, materials $37.66; labour, 289f hrs at 30c; repairs to glazing 

in entrance $6 ; less allow for old doors $60 

Lamarche Jos : 2 new sky-lights $540 ; 1 smoke-stack $75 ; flag-mast $125 ; clearing snow off 

roof and cornices, 1898-99 $75, 1899-1900 $100. 

Lambert & Son : alterations to entrance on Rue Fortification per contract 

Marchand J. T. & Co : 1 in., 1£ in., H in. pine T & G., 103 ft at 6c, 388 ft at 5c, 561 ft at 4c, 

128 ft at 3^c, 781 ft at 3c, 777 ft at 2hc ; £ in. & \ in. basswood, 300 ft at 5c, 420 ft at 4c, 

1 \n.A\ in. cotton wood, 545 ft at 6Jc ; sundry lumber $27.83 . 

Miller Bros & Toms : elec elevator repairs $27 . 50 ; sundries $6 . 98 

Office Spec'lty M'f'g Co : 1 style F bag rack for 70 bags $175 ; freight $3.93 

Owens Jno. B : repairs, cleaning, painting &c, as per tender,— basement $275, 1st floor $735, 

2nd floor $625 ; lettering on Avail, — in Registration Dep't $15, in weighhouse $15. . . . 
Pauze, J. B. (81,544.17)— 

Painting ext woodwork & rep'g vestibule cerling 

Cleaning and repairing Postmasters apartments 

Account paid twice : refunded in 1900-1901 

Sundry glazing and repairs 

Picotte Pierre ($863.20)— 

Re-cover floor and staircases of vestibule 

52 tables for postmen's dept as per contract $580 ; copper handles and vices, 52 at 15c ; 
labour on tables, 190 h at 25c 

Flooring for rooms of Minister : 59 yds at $1 . 30 . 

Dble flooring in postmen's dept, repairs to doors &c : sundry lumber, joists &c $17.40 ; 

carptrs, 244 h at 25c ; workers in iron, 36 h at 30c ; cartage $7 . 50 

Robillard & Co : velvet 26 yds at $1.75 ; border 23| yds at $1.75; making, 49^ yds at 10c : 

epinay 32^ yds at $1.90 ; edging 41 yds at 75c ; poles 3 at $3.25 ; curtain, 10 yds at 

$1 . 25 ; tapestry 5J yds at $1 . 75 ; 3 plush rugs $15 . 50 ; sundries $19 . 58 

Royal Elec L't Co : 250 v elev. motor armature with \ coupling $200 ; Thurst bearings, 2 at 

$40 ; Bipolar armature 250 v $110 ; carriage of armature and materials connecting new 

commutator $62; repairs to motor contact $17.77; cariiage and repairs, to 1| K. W. 

250 v motor $31.58, to "h H. motor $92.54 ; repairs to field coil $15.63 ; to 1^ kit D. C. 

motor of stamp machine $17.31 ; sundry repairs $27.40 ; sundries $51.20 

Rubenstein Bros : 1 brass letter and newspaper receiver 

Trudel A : sweeping offices, 6 m to Sept 26, 1899 , 

Ulley J J & Son : 2 panel* bronze wire work, at $8 . 50 

Jas Walker Hardware Co : sundry hardware 

Weaver Geo H : elev rope, g-in (248 ft) $38.60, g-in 210 ft at lie. 

Ice $4 ; alum reflectors $3 . 25 ; repairs to flag $1 . 93 ; elec fittings $7 . 66 



Assistant Receiver General's Office ($325). 
Ahearn Arthur : 1 safe and extra combination lock 



St. Henri/ Post Office ($120.58). 



Boivin, Wilson & Co : 2 panes of glass 

Brunet Frs : fitted enameled basin with connections $49 ; repairs to G. I. roofs, gutters, cisterns, 
sink, pipes &c, labour 5 d at $7, 2\ d at $4 ; material $24 .05 \ 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
5,044 12 

20 25 

46 25 
88 60 

87 00 
104 01 

57 45 
196 70 
163 35 
104 65 
124 00 

121 50 
200 00 
100 00 



445 19 

104 58 

70 59 

915 00 
125 00 



190 43 

34 48 

178 93 

1,665 00 

611 50 

389 77 
379 43 
163 47 

54 50 

635 30 
76 70 

96 70 



250 62 



705 43 
120 00 
40 00 
17 00 
72 34 
61 70 
19 84 



325 00 

3 53 
117 05 



V-80 



AUDITOR GENERAL* S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Montreal Public Buildings — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

General ($866.40). 

Desjardins C : clerk of works, 8 m to Jan 31, 1900, Apl 1900 at $90 ; travel and sundry outlay 

$42.20 

Travel of Ottawa officials 

Total, carried to page V— 2 . , 



Quebec Citadel, Governor General's Quarters : Repairs, Furniture, &c. 



Beaudoin Antoine : spruce, 80 pes at 12c, 50 pes at 10c 

Beaupre Honoie : labour, 17 d at $1 . 25 

Beland Ph : horse-hire, 64 d at .$1.50 ; express and customs $12.40 ; sundry 74c 

Brouard T & D : joists, 460 ft at $20 a 1000 ; ties 10 at 25c 

Delisle F X : spruce planks, 233 at $6 ... 

Dugal Achille : repairs, foreman 26| d at $2 . 50 ; carpenters, 115 d at $2 ; labour, 101^ d at 
$1 .50 ; sundries $5. 21 

Gagnon Thos : mattresses, 10 at $5, 4 at $6.50 ; pillows, 30 at $1, 8 at 75c ; bolsters, 4 at $1.75, 
4 at $1 20 ; putting down carpet, 525| yds at 5c ; felt, 35 yds at $1.55 ; tables, 2 at $3.50, 
4 at $3.25, 2 at $4.50, 2 for $8.50 ; workmen, 17 d at $2, 7 d at $2.50 ; sundries $92.95. . 

Gaudry L Harry ; elec lights 4 at $14 

Gauthier J & Bro : painting, (3 coats) 1,104 yds at 20c, (2 coats) 610 yds at 15c, shutters 20 prs 
at $2 ; tearing off and hanging wall paper, 685 yds at 10c, 197 yds at 15c ; washing, varnish- 
ing and whitening 246 yds at 15c ; washing and whitening 219 yds at 10c ; tearing off wall 
paper and painting, 277 yds at 30c ; chaumage, 1,918 yds at 3c ; glass, 162 ft at 10c ; 
labourers, 49| d at $1 . 50 ; charwomen, 211 d at $1 . 25 ; sundries $72 .85 

Holland G. A. & Son : wall paper, 34 rolls at 15c, 41 at 25c, 60 at 45c 

Howe Wm : wall paper, 40 rolls at 35c, 36 at 40c 

Jobin & Nadeau : spruce d 4 s, 333 ft at $20, 2,276 8 ft at $17, 160 ft at $15 ; sundry $1 

Lacasse P. C : putting new bells in stables and repairing others, workmen, 16 d at $2 ; mater- 
ials $18.18 

Larose L : masonry repairs, mortar, 200 bush at 30c ; portland cement, 7'4 brls at $3 ; cart- 
age 44 loads at- 40c ; masons, 71 d at $2.25 ; labourers, 61£ d. at $1.50 ; sand &c $8 

L'Heureux & Dalaire : galv iron roof 

L'Heureux Zeph : removing rubbish, 20 loads at 50c 

Martineau J : lumber, 5,000 ft at $14 ; sundry $3 . 46 

Martineau J E : sundry hardware 

Mathieu & Gignac : frames and sashes 9 prs at $4 ; glass doors and frames, 8 at $6 ; shutters, 
20 prs at $3 . 50 ; ironing and adjusting $10 ; sundries $26 . 67 

Nadeau F : deals li-in, 160 at 15c ; pine planks, 40 at 21c, 16 at 16c, 40 at 10c 

Parent Chs. A : nails, 2 kegs at $2.75, 2 at $2.50 ; sundries $5.35 

Picard Jos B : 1^ in. deals, spruce 3,483 ft at $18, pine 259^ ft at $40 ; planks, pine 50 at $27, 
spruce 1,371 ft at $18 ; sundry lumber $13.79 

St Hilaire Geo : smithwork 

Terreau and Racine : 1 range with connections to hot water 



Vezina Nap : workmen, 125^ d at $2, 3 \ d at $2.50 ; ^-in. and g-in. tin pipe 72^ lbs at 60c 
fin. lead pipe 1,072 lbs at 8c ; galv iron pipe, lh in. 140 ft at 18c, 2-in. 32^ tt at 35c ; 4-in 
C. I. pipe 75 ft at 18c ; solder 40 lbs at 30c ; tin 142 lbs at 30c ; stop cocks $17 . 95 ; sundries 



$209.89. 



Total, carried to page V— 2 . 



Quebec Custom House and Examining Warehouse : Renewals, &c. 

Custom House ($2,789.84). 

Armand Theophile : repairs to clock, 6 m to Apl 30, 1899 

Barbeau Edmond : galv iron, 15 sheets at 70c; tin 42 lbs at 30c; labour, 18 d at $2 50 

sundries $3.40 : 

Brouard T & D : cedar planks, 353 ft at lie 

Gannon Thcs : labour, 13| d at $2 ; varnish &c $9.80 ; varnishing and repairing furniture, $128.85 
Gaudry L Harrv : dble swing brackets, 48 at $1.40 ; glass newels, 4 at $7.25, 2 at $5; gas 

fixtures, 4 Its 2 at $12, 3 Its 1 at $7.50, 1 It 2 at 65c ; 2 Its pendants, 2 at $6 ; No P. 5 

globes, 8 doz at $3 ; 4-in. stamped glass holders, 8 at $1.40 ; f-in. tubing 15 ft, $4.50 

Jinchereaix J. B : mortar, 30 bush at 40c ; plaster, 3 kegs at $2.50; labour, 12 d at $2.50, 12 

d at $1.50 ; sundries $5.68 

L'Heureux & Dallaire : repairing roof, galv. iron, 162 lbs at 6c; tin 36 lbs at 30c ; labour, 7 d 

at $2.50 ; sundries $2.30 

Martineau J. E : iron pipe, g in. and \ m. 2,043^ ft at 3^c, i in. 338^ ft at 9£c, sundry, 

$17 06 ; wire rope, 6 at $3.25, 6 at $3.50 ; sundries $74.66 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



852 20 
14 20 

18,193 3i'» 


14 60 
21 25 
109 14 
11 70 
13 98 



453 71 



386 27 
56 00 



1,076 84 
42 35 
28 40 
48 85 


50 18 


359 43 

125 75 

10 00 

73 46 

17 07 


190 67 
38 96 
15 85 


125 04 

3 65 

100 00 



F21 53 



4,094 OS 



12 50 

71 50 

38 83 

165 65 



190 70 
73 18 
40 32 

229 95 



822 63 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-81 



Quebec Custom-House and Examining Warehouse — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Custom House— Concluded. 

Nadeau F : pine deals 112 at $50 

No 5 Fire Station : removing snow from wharf 

Paquet Edou : beacons 184 at 10c 

Richard Nap : 1-in. black birch flooring T and G and oiled, 13£ toises at $12; pine deals 120 
at 50c ; 1 x G cedar 295 ft at 10c ; sundry lumber $25.55 ; workmen, 69 d at $2 ; house- 
cleaning 7 d at $1 . 25 ; care of laboratory 11 d at 75c ; sundries $33 .64 

Vezina Nap: fitting 5 "diamond " closets with connections, carpentry, masonry &c complete 
as specified $850; 5-in. C. I. pipe, 125 ft at 25c ; sheet lead 180 lbs at 10c; "diamond" 
closets with reservoirs &c, 2 at $40; sundry materials $76.92 ; plumbers, 160A d at $2 ; 
carpenters, 12 d at $1 . 70 ; painters 2 d at $1 . 75 " 

Repairs to electric bells $6.60 ; 4 doz bedding plants $3 ; clay 12 yds at 30c ; sundries 85c 



$ cts. 
822 63 



56'00 
15*00 
18^40 



462 69 



l,40i;07 
14 05 






Examining Warehouse ($1,733.01). 

Drolet F. X : repairs to boilers : plumbers, 19 d at $2, (man and helper) 235 h at 40c ; Jenkins' 
valves (3 in.) 3 at $11, (2 in.) 2 at $4.25 ; sundry materials $88.26 

Jinchereau J. B : repairs to plaster and masonry work : cement, 19 brls at $2.60 ; mortar, 28^ 
bush at 40c ; stone 7 Ids at $1.50; plaster 4 brls at $2.50 ; workmen, 29 d at $2.50 ; 32h 
d at $1 .50 ; sundries $8.35 

Juneau J. Aug: painter, 22^ d at $1 . 50 ; painting (2 coats) 1,044 yds at 15c; panes of glass 
70 ft at 10c; cotton 10 yds at 8c 

Marchand Geo : repairs to steam boiler, 19 d at $2.50 ; sundries $3.30 

Paq net Edou : 1-in. bl birch boards 59 toises at $12 ; cedar, 148 ft at 13c ; pine deals 172 at 
35c; chairs 4 at $3 ; carpenters, 47£ d at $2; labourers 3 d at $1.50; engineer 3^ d at 
$2.50 ; sundries $37.50 

Rochon Geo : removing snow, 253 Ids at 15c 

Terreau& Racine: 1 stone 23 "Dane" $8; sundries $3.40 

Wire rope 26h lbs at 15c ; sundry glass, painting &c $13 .89 > 

Total, carried to page V — 3 . . 



261 76 



211 00 



198 15 
50 80 


944 08 
37 95 
11 40 
17 87 


4,522 85 



Quebec Immigration Buildings. 

Louise Embankment ($1880.69). 

Barbeau Edmond : repairing roof, galv. iron, 13 sheets at 70c ; nails &c $1.75 ; labour 7^ d at 

$2.50 : 29 60 

Breton Paul : sidewalk 10 feet wide, 383 feet at $1; paling of cedar posts 5 in. sq. boarded 
4 ft. high, 459 ft at 50c ; cedar posts 7 in. x 7 in. x 11 ft, 264 ft at lie ; boards. 345 at lie ; 
carpenters, 77 d at $2 ; workmen 20i d at $1.50 ; sundry lumber &c $50.10 914 34 

Drolet F X : H2h hrs at 30c ; 31 hrs at 35o : sundries (galv pipe &c) $28.05 72 65 

Gauthier J & Bro : painting : old fence (2 coats) 1,556 yds at 15c (1 coat) 301 yds at 8c ; new 
fence (2 coats) 407 yds at 15c ; roof (2 coats) of shed 56 yds at 15c ; of pump-house 64 yds 
at 15c, of building 2,945 yds at 15c. 778 28 

Picard Eloi : cleaning and repairing windows and doors injured by fire Jan. 3rd ; carpenters, 

3o ! , d at $1.50 ; labourers, 9^ d at $1.25 ; sundries $8.04 70 17 

Sundry plumbing $12.80 ; sundries $2.85 15 65 



Queen's Wharf Building ($2,733.84). 

Andy Maxime : plumbing, 5 d at $2 ; materials $4.68 14 68 

Bedard Thos : cleaning and replacing glass, 15£ d at $1.50; 10x14 glass 190 ft at 5c: 
sundries $2.9G : painting passage, ceiling (3c) 222^ yds at 20c ; woodwork 510 yds at 15c ; 
staircases stained and varnished (2c.) 128 yds at 15c; 17 doors cleaned and varnished (2c.) 
42A yds at 20c ; 3 entrance doors grained & varnished 30 yds at 50c ; whitening ceiling & 

washing walls 732i yds at 5c ; front fence (3c) 201 yds at 20c ; sundries $22.10 297 93 

Beaupre Honore : work on drain, 18| d at $1.50 27 75 

Gaudry L H : galv. iron, 260 lbs at 5^c 13 65 

Gauthier J & Bro : glass, 523 ft at 10c ; hanging wall-paper 294 yds at 15c ; painting, (3c) 641 

yds at 20c, (2c) 24 yds at 15c ; tearing off wall paper 52 yds at 5c 230 80 

lyes H. R. & Co : grates No 16 B.B; 2 at $8.70 ; frt 45c 17 85 

Jincherean J. B : cement floor in cellars of Queen's wharf b'Jd'g, in chimney & drains care 
taker's bld'g and crossing of iron bricks : cement 91 brls at $2.60 ; broken stone 24 Ids at 
$1.50 ; sand 34 Ids at 40c ; clay pipe 54 ft at 30c ; iron bricks 226 at 6hc ; workmen, 26 d 

at $2.50, 44A d at $1.50 ; sundries 88.0^ 456 92 

Lacasse P. C : installing 4 elec bells : labour 3£ d at $2.50 ; battery, bells &c $15.31 24 06 

Mathieu <fc Gignac : shutters, 15 prs at $4 ; iron fixtures for sash $3 63 00 

3,027 33 

1— 6v 



Carried forward . 



V-82 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Quebec Immigration BuUdlnga— Concluded. 

Brought forward 



Queen's Wharf Building— Concluded. 



-in 70 ft at 
peet valves 4 



BSl O? SoSai Nol rS^^90?li r o^^l:tor,292 sq ft at 32c; pipe, 4 
Picard O £ >ory turnace g£ ii f n 155 ft rt 10c, 1-in, 309 ft at 7ic ; H-in, pee _ 

SSb fc™«£ valves 10 at $1 20 ; 3 cast-iron basins $10, « Standard » $11.50, with foot 
^5^^workSen57?aat $2; carptrs 9* d at 92 ; sundries $126.15 

S£S£ S: : BidfwSktlt?ine deals (7 ft Wide) 451 ft at 50c <S ft 64nj 40^t at $1 ; 
bl birch flooring 1st qual, 13| toises at 812 ; 6-in x 12-in pine, 



4,236 1 ft at 3k ; 1-in 



nlanks T & G. 985 ft at 3c; planks fin & ft-in x 3-in & 4-in 475 at 6c; supports orn in iron 
2atS6.60Vplumbers9idat $1.60; carptrs, 1079 d at 82; labourers 2b d at $1.50, 



sundries 872.05. . . 
Vezina Chs : plumbing repairs, 2| d at 84 ; copper wire loc. 



Total, carried to page V— 3 



Quebec Post Office : 



Alterations to Old Buildings, furniture, box fronts, etc, 

19 ; A. Marcoux 23 ; E. Robitadle 22^. . . . _. .. ._ . ~ ■ g - ^ y^^ g ept ^ 



Superintendent : Ph. Beland, July, Sept-Dec 1899, 5 m 

Cauchon a M t Bro : table for pitmen is ft x ^'^»™i' 7 

4 ft x 4 ft, pine and basswood, 110 pigeon holes $30 ; 3 m r 

d at $2; sundries 837 32 ■•■■•••; •••••• ^ yd at 40c / 2 0yds at 3Cc ;' sundries '$12. 37. ". 

CoteP J: lmoleum 21f yds at *L 7 ^^ r ^^ t ^iii n g expend, Jany 4-24, Quebec, Sussex, 



case 
carptrs 49 



Cowan Jno: engineer, Jany 1900, $108.50 

Moncton etc $105.15. . ........... -■ •■ • • •-; •■ 

Drolet F X ; letter boxes and placing, 120 at »'•••••• • v • - • • • ■ 

Durand Edou : tin, 25 lbs at 30c ; labour 16 d at $2 oO ; sundries 87.90. . 

cZTon Thos • meuble boite 878 ; office stools 6 at $2.75 ; sundry chairs, &c $12 . ... . _• . 
Gaudry L Harry "asbestos paper 338 lbs at 8c ; 2* in sectional pipe covering 39 ft at 18*c 

galv iron 145 lbs at 5c ; sundries $7 .24 

48, facing on 



Gauthier J ft Bro : window P~fl»;«*Kl*» & I ££M&.'S?& £ i'taat 



*-& i$& k s&rX"**"^; * * ™ b -«- s ibs at 



,*J^^£S&pS £ 'f ifhalf Vound-1342 ii at* \ . . ! " ! ! ! " ! ". V. \" ! 

Menard P : labour, 23 d at tl.25. 

Nolan Jno P : palm trees, 170 at S10 . . „ . . ... .. _■■■■ ■ — -^ - — ■ jj . ou stone chain 

^T 1 F ri2?n a w e fta°t ^ SS^SRta wSMiWS '« ; excavation ftc under 
JhrfTi Ptoiseat S $lVf Supports at 87 ; 1 step 88; cesspool reconstructed and gratmg 

&tH!rft'& 

$59.60 ; disconnecting motor etc $lo ; sundries S4.44 . .... . .;•:••-•■ ' " ' ine for tele- 

d at 82 ; sundries $36.27 • • • • • • ■ • • ■ • • ■ ; 

Terreau& Racine: 1 steel range sqH. C ; and water f ^ nt stnith " work S i . 5 ; carptr work 
ta Ar*JS^^^^AiS«3S; ^^^3.96; labour 4 o.am.^. 
Detailed under Que P. O. ventilation etc 



Total, carried to page V— 3). 



Quebec Post Office : Ventilation, etc. 

Pay Ser^ e ^t1 4 50 : } Idol Caron 10 ; Mag. Cauchon 66 ; H. Julien 38 ; Ls Lelievre 

Joiners, days a ^ ^ piamondo iq ; sundry 6^ 

Fitter^L : Richard's 58 d at $2; helper H Beaupre 08 d at $1 . 2o 

Labourers, days at 81: Alph Giguere 54 ; Per ^enard 13 • • ...... • 

BrouardT&D: spruce 360 ft. at 20c; pine deals 10 at 38c 

Carried forward - 



$ cts. 
3,027 33 

11 63 



566 36 
10 00 



)89 06 
10 15 



4,614 53 



188 00 
510 30 



300 32 

64 58 



213 65 

840 00 

55 40 

106 50 


48 75 
80 83 


134 52 
29 90 


69 04 

69 80 
28 75 
17 00 



1,345 08 
28 95 

464 04 



294 24 
53 00 



39 37 
31 98 



5,014 00 



318 75 

188 50 

67 00 

11 00 

585 25 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-83 



Quebec Post Office— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Cowan Jno : engineer, Dec 1899, $108.50 ; travelling expenses Nov 25- Dec 23, incl 27f days 
board, $48.75 h-ss i40 charged to Public Buildings generally, page V — 

Drolet F. X : .',-in iron bolts 400 lbs at 3c ; screws 107 at 12c ; ferules in patterns 1500 at , ! c ; 
forging, 51~hrs at 50c ; tapping and drilling, 193 hrs at 35c ; adjusting 39 hrs at 30c ; sun- 
dries $30 

Gaudry L. Harry : galv iron, 758 lbs at 5^c, 1809 lbs at 5c ; perforated sh zinc: 1000 sq ft at 
15c ; W. I. pipe, (14 in) 134| ft at $10.50, 1209 ft at $10, (2£ in) 1874 ftat35^c ; sundries 
811.15 



sundry lumber $31 . 95 . 



Giguere L. C : sundry hardware 

Martineau J : spruce deals, (1J in) 125 at 10c, (2 in) 133 at 15c 

Myrand & Pouliot : cotton, 02^ yds at 3^c 

McEachren Heating and Ventilating Co : 1-50 in S. P. fan, with elec motor attached . 
Nadeau F :- 5 in pine planks T & G, 125 at 20c ; 4 in pine plank 150 at 10c ; sundry 

$20.70 

Parent Chas A : sundry hardware 

PicardO&Son: workmen, 00 d at $2; 2| in peet valves 2 at $6.50 

ventilation apparatus and h. w. furnace $29 .36 

Rochon Geo : workmen, 62 hrs at 20c ; cartage, &c $10.25 

Warden King & Son : sundry foundry work $13.05 ; freight $1.39 



lumber 



sundry fittings for 



Less charged to Quebec Post Office, alterations etc (Page V— 82) 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Sherbrooke Public Building- : Asphalt Pavement. 

Sicily Asphaltum Paving Co : laying mastic sidewalk, relaying and pointing stone steps, as 
per tender $798 ; raising, resetting headers, and laying concrete under same &c, 26 ft 
8 in. at 75c. per ft ; pointing lamps in front and steps to rear $12 



$ cts. 
585 26 

117 25 

172 65 



582 85 

42 36 

71 90 

2 20 

275 00 

60 70 

31 87 

162 36 
22 65 
14 44 



Victoriaville Public Building. 

Baril Thos : Supt of works, Apl-June 88 d at $2.50 

Guay, Pr Omer : site for public bld'g 

Paquet & Godbout : paid on contract of $8,000 to erect public building Jany 16, 1900 

Advertising $71.54 ; Queen's Printer's account $35.96 

Travel of Ottawa officials , 

Legal services, repurchase of site : A. H. Faucher $23 ; E. Perrault, $15 



Total, carried to page V — 3 



Ontario Buildings: Generally. 

Detailed with " Dominion Buildings : Maintenance " (Page V — 154) 

Detailed with "Ottawa Buildings : Repairs " , „ V— 114) 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



Alexandria Reformatory. 

Bourque Jos : balance of award incl. interest, 1,407.87 ; less, withheld on account of vote being 
insufficient, $174.82 



Amlierstburg Post Office : New Letter-boxes, &c. 

Park Jno R : putting in new boxes and screen fronts 

Patten J. A : kalsomining 975 yds at 8c ; painting (2 coats) 726 yds at 15c ; cleaning and 
varnishing bannister, 64 ft at 20c ; oiliug hardwood (2 coats) 60 yds at 3c ; inside blinds, 
42 prs at 60c ; painting and bronzing radiators, etc, $28 ; painting and papering care- 
taker's rooms (7) $35 .30 

Rubenstein Bros : P. O. box fronts 336 at $1 . 43 ; 3 cases $3 ; f rt $3 . 40 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

1— 6iv 



2,141 48 
31 98 



2,109 50 



830 00 



220 00 


2,000 00 


1,490 00 


107 50 


52 75 


38 00 



3,908 25 



9,404 44 
415 00 



9,819 44 



1,233 05 



245 00 



306 20 

486 88 



1,038 08 



V-84 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Arnprior Public Building. 



Cole's National Mfg Co : Dom flag 15 ft . 

Cowan Jno : travelling expenses, Ottawa- Arnprior and return.. 

Maranda H : clerk of works, July- Aug 1899, $186 ; fare, Arnprior to Ottawa and return 
$2.10 

Rubenstein Bros ; P. O. box fronts, 300 at $1.43 ; 3 cases $3 ; frt $2.50 

Stafford & Rudd : 1 panel key board $10 ; pipe 150 ft at 13c ; labour 8 d at $1.25 ; connect- 
ing, &c $5. 50 

Tierney W. P : rep'g doors, $2 ; sawdust and cartage $4 ; labour 4 d at $1 .50 

Wolfe Jonathan ($2735)— 

Contract complete for fittings and retaining wall, less $600 paid in 1898-99, page 248 

Contract complete to construct side- walk $460 ; additional, to construct drain $140 

Contract complete for Customs and Inland Revenue fittings 

Sundry hardware $9 . 20 ; plumbing repairs $8 

Total, carried to page V— 3 . 



Brockville Drill Hall. 



Advertising $178 . 43 ; Queen's Printer's account $80.90. 
Travel of Ottawa officials 



Total, carried to page V— 3 , 



Chatham Post Office, Custom House : Renewals. &c. 

S. Hadley Lumber Co : new platform & pair of gates as per contract $55 ; extra coat of paint 
on gates $2.25 

Oldenshaw Alf : rebuilding catch basin & relaying brickwork $15 ; masonry repairs $25 

Watt Jas & Sons : putting up copper eaves $125 ; voucher not yet received at Audit Office, 
Dec 3 1900, $1075 , 



Total, carried to page V— 3 



Hamilton Dominion Public Building- : Paving Yard and Alleyway, &c. 

Eindlay Wm M : removing blocks and altering grade in alleyway and yards, and laying and 
supplying tar macadam for same as per tender 

Ingersoll Post Office, &c. 

Clerk of works : W. C. Bell, Jan 16-June 30, 1900, 5h m at $75 ; Wm Watterworth, July- 
Dec 1899, 6 m at $75 , 

Carroll & McKnight : work done on $13437 contract, $13219 additional,— raising tower, $520, 
brick vault $1756 ; less $8790 paid in 1898-99 (page Q— 48) and $1055 not yet paid 

Ellis J. E Co : installing &c 1 tower clock in P. O. as per contract 

Grace T. P : cleaning snow from sidewalk, 1897-98 $5, 1898-1900 $10.50 

Ives H R. & Co : Buffalo boilers No 016, 2 at $168, with twin connections to sketch and 
4 valves $60 ; extra for special headers $10 ; freight $24 .34 

Purdy, Mansell & Co : putting in hot water heating apparatus, contract complete $1323 ; 
alterations to boiler $23 . 50 

Rubenstein Bros : P. O. box fronts, 550 at $1.43 ; 6 eases $6 ; freight $4.85 

Wren R. F : 3 photos of P. O 

Advertising $117.22, Queen's Printer's account $10.50 - 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



Kingston Drill Hall. 

Ellis Arthur : Supt architect and clerk of works : July 1-June 30, 1900 at $2.50 per day 

Powell Mrs J : photos of D. H , 

Sullivan & Langdon : work done to June 18, 1900 on $61930 contract. $57270 15 ; changes in 
band room $125, mortar under shingles $400, total $57,795.15 ; less p'd 1898-99 (page Q— 
48) $8910, and $4180 held till 1900-01 for want of funds ; also less drawback $5785.15. . . . 

Advertising $204.06, Queen's Printer's account $8.71 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



London Drill Shed. 

Macbeth, Talbot, purchase of land for site (cash advanced by him) 
Legal expenses re purchase of land : Macbeth, Talbot 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



$ cts. 

15 75 

2 55 

188 10 
434 50 

45 00 
12 00 

1,640 00 

600 00 

495 00 

17 20 



3,450 10 



259 33 
31 10 

290 43 



57 25 
40 00 

1,200 00 



1,297 25 



616 00 



862 50 

5,650 00 

850 00 

15 50 

430 34 

1,346 50 

797 35 

1 50 

127 72 

10,081 41 



837 50 
5 00 



38,920 00 

212 77 



39,975 27 



4,950 00 
60 45 

5,010 45 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-85 



London Post Office : Addition to. 

Moran & Ridge : work done to June 1, 1900 on $2150 contract, $2044 ; less drawback $204. . . 

Tyler Wm ; work done to June 29, 1900 on $4675.60 contract, $3033.55; less drawback 

$303.35, and $570.20 yet to be paid 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



London Public Buildings : Renewals. Improvements. Etc. 

Custom House ($2,485.93). 

Burnett Alex & Son : putting in stone in front area, repairing walls and building up coal 
chutes, — O. B. stone, 39 ft at 85c, stonecutters 144 hrs at 40c ; building up doorways and 
making windows for same,— O. B. stone 81 ft at 85c, stonecutters 260 hrs at 40c, 1 door 
sill $8 ; less short paid 21c 

Calhoun Jas : lime 13 brls at 80c ; PI. Paris 4 brls at $2.50 ; 1000 laths $9 ; sundries $7.50 ; 
plasterers, 194 hrs at 35c ; labrs 90 hrs at 20c 

Jeffery Wm : putting up lavatories incl doors to same $105.19; repairing flooring where 
walls were removed $36.35 ; fitting up room,— 4J sq of studding $13, 1 door and frame 
$30, 5 square of clear matching $25, 70 hrs labour at 33c ; 1 large circ box window etc $60; 

1 small window frame $15 ; resetting old door frames, labour 63 hrs at 33c ; oak counters 
24 ft at $10 ; brass rail, 24 ft at $6 ; repairs and moving of old counters $26.14 ; fitting up 
8 ft counter, new oak desk and repairs to shutters etc $46 ; panelled oak partition with 
door etc complete, 135 ft at $1.15 per ft; wainscotting 83 ft at 20c ; moving cupboards 
and resetting same (62 hrs) $20.46 ; 2 inside doors complete, $30 ; temporary board par 
tition $15 ; sundries $9.24 

Martyn & Hammett : building ducts around return steam pipe, — excavation $38, bricks 6000 
at $7, Portland cement 9 brls at $3.50, sand $1.50, bklayers (149 hrs) $57.20 ; labrs (149 
hrs) $29.80 ; removing 50 ft x 13 ft of wall $25 ; cutting out doorway* etc,— bricks $17.50, 
mortar $4, cartage $2.50, bricklayer $19.60, labour $11.80 .... 

Pace & Fitzgerald : painting, 695 yds at 20c ; oil finishing 160 yds at 35c ; graining 117| yds 
at 40c ; glazing 2 windows $16 

Partridge Thos L : 2 syphon jet W. C's complete with marble facia and base $80, connec- 
tions and fittings $56.46, labour (76 hrs) $30.40, sundry plumbing $34.25 

Purdom Jnc : taking down and re-building platforms steps and porch, — 486 ft dr oak $17.11, 
605 ft dr pine $15.12, 541 ft beaded matching D.B.S. $15.15, sundries $19.83, labour 22^ d 
at $2.50 ; painting porch $11 ; eaves trough, iron-work, covering porch etc $21.82; sundry 
carpenter work, labour 22^ d at $2.50, materials $37.11 . . 

Rogers Elec Co : comb peudant, shades and lamps $15 ; 1 elec It dble swing bracket $5.50 ; 

2 pendant shades and lamps $10 ; gas brackets 3 at $3 ; dble S gas bracket $4 ; 2 gas pen- 
dants $6.50 



Screaton A & Co : flag $16 ; shaker flannel 60 yds at 10c. 



Post- Office ($1,028.89). 

Aldridge Wm : $650 contract for renewing outside of P. O. B'ld'g le.ss paid Dolan & Sheehy 
fiAi i k$24 on acc't of 4 blocks granolithic pavement, $626 ; repairing and soldering deck roof $10 

Boone Thos : letter boxes and posts, painting 64 

Hunt F. C ; plumbers 81| hrs at 40c ; materials $28.88 

Pace Thos : washing windows , 

Pace & Fitzgerald : rep'g stained glass and lettering $8 ; painting, papering, glazing $26.47. . 

Stevely Wm & Son : galv. iron roofing $44 ; repairs $7.38 

Tyler Wm : telephone box $18 ; placing Harrison rack $37 ; circular letter case $16 ; tilting 
bunk & bending irons etc $20 ; labour 1778 d at $2.50, materials $31.21 .... 

Total, carried to Page V— 3 r 



Orangeville and Berlin Public Building's : New Furnaces. 

Berlin ($410). 



Ives H R & Co : Buff boilers No 16, 2 at $203 .... 
Shantz E B : teaming boilers and putting in cellar 



Orangeville ($268.29). 

Ives H R & Co : Buff boilers No 14, 2 at $95.20 ; with twin connections to sketch and 4 valves 

$50 : extra for special headers $10 ; freight $16.39 

McNaughton D : hauling new boilers from C.P.R. station to P.O 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



$ cts. 
1,840 00 
2,100 00 



4,000 00 



271 39 
122 80 



1,031 12 

280 40 
258 10 
201 11 

249 01 



50 00 
22 00 



636 00 
70 00 
61 38 
8 50 
34 47 
51 38 

166 66 

3,514 32 



406 00 
4 00 



266 79 
1 50 



678 29 



V-86 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Public Buildings : Repairs to Masonry Walls. 

Pay-lists, Apl 23-June 30, 1900 ($2,363.22), for names see General Repairs (page V— 101) :— 

Masons, 29 d at $3, 358£ d at $2.50 ; bricklayers, 158£ d at $2.50, 60 d at $2. 

Gen'l jobber, 12 d at $1.75 ; carter, 12 d at $2.25 ; labourers, 231* d at $1.50, 375| d at 

$1.25 

Pay-lists, Aug 14-Dec 4, 1899 ($1,114.81), for names see West Block Reconstruction (page 
V — 16) : — 

Masons, 1473 hrs at 33Jc ; blacksmith, 550 hrs at 22£c ; helper, 766 hrs at 16§c ; . . 

Carters, 323 hrs at 25c ; labourers. 531 hrs at 16§c 

Detailed with 1898-99, (see page Q-15) 

Kirby T. S : sandstone shoddy, 2| toises at $22.50 

McCullough G. W : W.S. cement, 72 brls at $2.75 

Brushes etc $7 ; hauling car-load of sandstone from C. A.R. station $7 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Ottawa Public Buildings : Langevin Block : Fireproof Attic, incl. Steel 
Shelving and Vault Accommodation. 

Pay-lists, July- Aug 1899 ($772.53), for names see Gen'l Repairs (page V — 101) : — 

Foreman of painters 

Carptrs, 72^ d at $2, (foreman) 37 d at $2.25 ; plasterer 7 d at $2.50 

Bricklayer, 24 d at $2.50 ; labourers, 67 d at $1.50, 220 d at $1.25 

Canty Pat : Sept 1899, foreman 

Charleson W. G : 22 sheets corrugated iron, 330 ft at 85C ; sundry hardware $5.81 

jse Office Furniture Co ($9,336) : — 

Steel document flat drawers, 576 at $2.75; steel document files, 240 at $2.75; less $2000 
p'd in 1898-99 (page Q-50) for corres branch Dep't Agric 

Document files, 624 at $2.75 ; Eclipse roller shelves, 88 at $2.50 ; for Trade Mark branch, 
Dep't Agric 

Document flat files (15& x 10J x 6£) 840 at $2.95, Sec F, Interior Dep't 

Sec E, 

Vault fittings for Post-office Dep't as per plans 

Paid on account for fittings . , 

McCullough G. W : Johnston's Eng Portland cement, 160 brls at $2.65 ; cartage $8 

Taylor J. J : contract to erect vault, P.O. Dept, Langevin Block ... , 

Vaive Pr : sand, 2 yds at 75c : 

Total, carried to page V — 3 . . . , 



Eclips- 
es 



Ottawa Public Buildings : East and West Blocks : Concrete Floor, Clean- 
ing and Painting Passages, Li noleu 111, Ac, 

■101) :- 



General Repairs pay-lists ($6557.65) 10 m to May 31, 1900, for names see (page V 

Clerk of works staff pay-list for May , 

Masons, 207 d at $2.50 ; bricklayer, 6 d at $2.50 ; plasterer, 12 d at $2.50 

Painters, 1836i d at $2 ; appr's, 310i d at $1.50, 66| d at $1 

Carptrs, 117 d^at $2 ; gen'l jobbers, 12 d at $2, 24 d at $1.75 

Labourers, 232J d at $1,50, 490f d at $1.25 ; carters, 119 d at $2, 24 d at $2.25 

Breton Frs : street car tickets 

Bowie Geo H : fine crushed stone, 25 " 7 tons at $2 . 

Charleson W. G : 75 sheets iron 6 x 2&, 4779 lbs at 3ic ; cutting, rolling 150 plates etc $31.25 ; 

1 ton Dodds white lead $130 ; cartage $3.50. 

Graves Bros : sq. shovels 6 at $1 ; galv. iron pails 2 at 50c 

McCullough G. W : W.S. cement, 70 bis at $2.65 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co : Plaster Paris, 5 bis $10.75; Portland cement, 20 bis at $2.75, 

(Burham) 54 bis at $2.90, (Star) 12 bis at $2.65 ; sectional covering, (6 in) 41 ft at 60c, 
(4 in) 19* ft at 44c, (3 in) 44 ft at 36c ; 4 drums 6 ft 6 in x 2 ft 2 in=56 ft at 35c ; sun- 
dries $6.73 

Ottawa Sand & Gravel Co : sand, 93 yds at 70c 

•Victoria Foundry Co : C.I. pipe for return pipes, 555 lbs at 4c ; 39 C . I. floor plates, 2265 

lbs at 4c ; 2 C.I. frames, 161 lbs at 4|c ; 8 roller grate headers, 261 lbs at 4c ; sundries, 

$11.39 



Less charged to Ottawa Buildings Repairs (Rage V ) 

Total, carried to page V— 3 

Ottawa Parliament Buildings: Wiring Parliament Buildings and Library . 



Ahearn & Soper : re-wiring Pari. Bld'gs & Library per contract 

Ahearn & Soper : dbe ring electroliers, (40-lt) 2 at $450, (32-lt) 1 at $375 ; Edison sockets, 160 
at 28c ; electricians, 169 hrs at 50c ; sundries, $12.06 

Total, carried to page V — 3 ... 



cts. 



1,498 26 


864 96 


740 91 
171 75 
202 15 

61 87 
198 00 

14 00 


3,751 90 



91 25 
245 75 
435 53 
105 00 

33 04 



244 00 

1,936 00 

2,478 00 

2,478 00 

400 00 

1,800 00 

432 00 

13,367 00 

1 50 

24,047 07 



235 75 


562 50 


4,205 25 


300 00 


1,254 15 


3 00 


51 40 


332 01 


7 00 


185 50 


329 50 


65 10 



141 88 

7,673 04 
78 76 

7,594 28 



5,000 00 
1,416 36 
6,416 36 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-87 



Ottawa Public Buildings: 



New Furniture to replace that destroyed by Fire. 
Flee trie Wiring, Ac. 



Pay-lists, 12 m to June 30, 1900 ($1,640.76), for names see W. B Reconstruction (page V— 16) : 
Carpenters, 4,867 hra at 22fc ; painteis, 2,583 hrs at 19ic ; labourers, 333 hrs at lOJjc 

Adams, Samuel : clerk of works, Jan-Mch 1900, 3 m at -$100 

Can. Pac. R'y Co: freight $43.37 ; Butterworth & Co, 1-14 x 22 japanned floor register and 
fittings §13.50 

Charleson W. G : shelf brackets 12 x 14, 24 pre at 50c; Yale latches 1 doz §27; sundries §16.44 

Desrivieres J. A : 1^-in basswood, d 2 s, 550 ft at §30 ; sundry lumber &c §15.94 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co (§2,550.50) :— 

For law-clerk, P. W. Dep't,— Eclipre steel document drawers, 216 at §2.75 ; form drawers 
22 at §2.75 ; open shelves, 6 at §1.50 ; metal roller book shelves 18 at §2.50 ; uprights 

10 ft at §2.50 ; 1 base §25 ; locking attachment §40 

For Acc't Office,, P. W. Dep't, — Eclipse steel document drawers, 144 at §2.75 

For Record Room, P. W. Dep't, — Eclipse steel document drawers, 400 at §2.75 ; metal 
roller book shelves, 32 at §2.50 ; metal standing desk, 16 ft at §6 ; uprights, 16 ft at 
§2.50 ; special drawers (12) §40 

Lawson, Thos : 5 brass pedestal castings, 65 lbs at 30c ; foundry work 86^ hrs at 40c ; sun- 
dries, §14.59 . 

Office Specialty M'f 'g Co : metallic cabinet of 102 steel drawers, Muroon, for Mounted Police 
Dep't §300.90 ; freight prepaid §6.39 . 

Stephen Bros : wh lead, 150 lbs at 6c, 50 lbs at 7c ; sundry turpentine, paint &c §34.36 ; alumi- 
num bronze 2 lbs at §2.50 ; 2 galls varnish §5 

Stewart & Co : 1 oak cupboard 



Less charged to Ottawa Building Repairs (page V) 
Total carried to page V— 3 , 



Ottawa Public Buildings : East Block Elevator. 

Pay list, June 1899, detailed at page Q— 51, 1898-99 

Ahearn & Soper : solid R. C. wire, 724 ft at 30c ; 1 reel §1.50 ; f-in circ loom conduit, 40 ft 

at 15c. 

Canty Pat : foreman, June 1899, 23 d at §3.50. .... ....................... .... 

Charleson W G : 142| ft wired glass to size and shape at 50c ; Portland cement 13 brls at 

§2.60 ; galv iron, 160 lbs at 6c ; hardware §64.61 

Desrivieres J. A : lumber, 1 x 8-10 T and G, 1,018 ft at §25 ; sundry §30.81 

Lewis Bros & Co : balance of contract to erect new pass, elevator (see page Q — 51, 1898-99) 
Lewis Bros & Co : enclosures (3 sides) as per contract §400 ; car finish cage with sliding door 

§268 ; enclosure (front) with 4 sliding doors §416 : thresholds (4) §52 ; electrolier §12 ; 

overhead beams 4,100 lbs at 4c ; express and freight §13.02 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



s ct8. 



1,640 76 
300 00 



50 87 
55 44 
32 44 



798 50 
396 00 



1,356 00 

68 69 

307 29 

56 86 
15 00 



5,083 85 
32 70 

5,051 15 



Ottawa Post Office and Custom House : New Boiler. 

Mechanical staff pay-list, June 1900, for names see (page V — 101) : — 

Fore, eng §90 ; helpers, 2 at §45. 62 ; smith §75 ; machinist §60 ; eng and fireman §50 . 

Butterworth & Co : Heatherfield fire bricks, 4,000 at §30.90; spec, B. & C. shapes, 500 at 
§30.90 ; cartage §6.68 

Charleson W. G : iron, 460 lbs at 3c, sundry §5.84 

Ives H R & Co : tubular steel boiler 

Lawson, Thos. voucher not received at Audit Office, Dec 3, 1900 

Mc Avity T. & Sons : McShane check valves 

Robertson Thos & Co : Jenkins globe valves and brass tubing §12.84; 1 set scavenger gauge 



Freight 



&c§7.85; i-in N P self-cleaning gauge cocks 2 at §2.20 ; sundry steel §39.09. 



§6, C.P.R. §3.30; nickel plating §1.70. 



Total, carried to page V— 3. 



Ottawa Supreme Court : New Boiler. 



-101) 



Mechanical staff pay list, June 1900, for name see (page V 

Steam-fitter §55 ; machinist §55 ; helper §45. 02 

Butterworth & Co : Heatherfield tire bricks, 2,500 at §30.90 ; cartage §2.25 

Charleson W. G : round iron &c 

Ives H. R. & Co : tubular steel boiler . 

Lawson Thos : voucher not yet received at Audit Office, Dec 3, 1900 

McAvity T & Sons : McShane check valves &c 

Robertson, Thos & Co : sheets and bars of steel §29.09 : Jenkins globe valves and brass tubing 

§12.83 ; 1 set scavenger gauge, glass mountings $7.85 ; H-in N P gauge cocks, 2 at §2.20. 
Freight §6 ; nickel plating §1.70 ". 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



94 73 

224 70 
'80 50 

179 40 

56 26 

995 00 



1,325 02 



2,955 61 



366 24 



145 73 


19 64 


700 00 


193 86 


15 15 


64 18 


11 00 



1,515 80 



155 62 

79 50 

10 37 

• 135 00 

202 90 

15 00 


54 17 
7 70 


1,160 26 



V-88 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Kat Portage Post Office, &c. 

Clerk of works, F. A. Hudson, 12 in to .June 30 at $75 ... 

Cowan, John : travel from Ottawa to Rat Portage and return re heating apparatus in post 



office. 



Garson, Wm : contract for construction of post office building, $18,875 ; less $12,170 paid on 
account in 1898-99 (page Q— 51) 

Ives, H R & Co : Buffalo boilers, 15 L B, 2 at $131.60 ; extra headers, $10 ; twin connections 
for 2 Buffalo boilers, $50 ; 2 spcl dampers, $1 ; freight and express, $55.12 

Lowis Bros & Co : Chicago spring butts with blanks, 2^-in door, 6 pr at $6 ; solid bronze pin 
butts, 9 pr of 6 x 6 at $3.75, 2 pr of 4 x 4 at $2.65 ; bronze pin butts, 26 pr of 4 x 4 at 85c, 
31 pr of 3 x 3 at 70c ; sash lifts, 72 at 8c ; sash fasts, 36 at 35c ; top and bottom bolts, 12 
pr at $1.50, 1 at $2 ; bolts, 28 at 35c ; locks, complete, 4 sets at $8, 2 at $5, 1 at $2.50, 5 
at $2.25, 8 at $1.75, 4 at 75c ; sundry latches and handles, $6.50; freight, $4.65 

Purdy, Mansell & Co : contract for building hot water heating apparatus in Rat Portage post 
office , 

Rubenstein Bros : post office box fronts, 340 at $1.43 ; 4 cases, $4. ; freight, $12.38 

Smith, D : travel from Winnipeg to Rat Portage ar d return 

Stephen & McKinnon ($1637.00)— 

Contract for fittings in Customs and Inland Revenue offices ... . . 

Contract for post office fittings , 

Making 32 extra lock boxes 

Making key board and bag rack , 

Queen's Printer's account, $9 . 63 ; advertising, $117 17 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



Rideau Hall : Additional Wing to Government House, and Furnishings. 



Inspector, Patrick Canty, Oct 1-Mar 31, 182 d at $3.50 

Pay-lists for plumbers, steamfitters &c. Nov-March (page V — 101) 

Painters, May 14-June 30, 42 dys each at $2 : H Shea, $84 ; J Handy, $84 

Carpenter, J S Oakley, May 14-June 30, 39£ d at $2 

Butterworth & Co : brass fenders, 6 at $11.05, 7 at $7.15 ; andirons, -2 prs at $10.40, 11 prsat 

$9 . 10 ; fire irons, 13 sets at $9.10 ; 1^-in peet valves, 4 at $2.50 ; marble basins, 3 at $1.75 ; 

N P basin cocks, 3 at $1.75 ; galvzdlron, 275 lbs at $5.75 ; §-in iron pipe 204 ft at 4|c ; 

sundries, $51.32 

Campbell, J : lengthening smoke stack with stays &c, 12 ft at 90c ; time, 40 h at 30c 

Charleson, W G : f-in Lowmoor iron, 48 lbs at 8c ; 1| x g-in iron, 158 lbs at 3c ; 3 lbs hex nuts 

36c 



Drake & Gorham, London Eng ($137.57)— 

Two 3-lt Chats worth Standards with 9-in candle fittings &c, complete 

Two lit Batchelor Standards with 9-in candle fittings &c, complete 

Candle shades and holders, $17.77 ; 12 candle fittings and plugs, 9-in, $9.48 

Imitation candles, 12, $5.83 ; boxing, freight and postage, $16.89 

Goode, Thos & Co, London Eng : double toilet set, $17.22 ; sundries, $12.28 

Graves Bros : 2^-in iron gate valves, 12 at $5. 85 ; §-in wrot iron pipe, 303Jft at 4ic ; sundries, 



$6.60. 



Harvey, Nichols & Coy, London Eng: drawing room carpet, $557.24; 64 yds underfeet 
$21.40; making, $3.90 

Harris & Campbell : wardrobes, 4 enamel at $32, 6 birch at $34 ; washstands, 6 marble top at 
$16, 5 marble top at $14.50, 4 plain at $6 ; chests of drawers, 6 at $18, 5 at $17.50, 4 at 
$16 ; birch bureaus, 6 at $22 ; dressing tables, 5 at $21 ; writing tables, 6 at $13, 5 at $12 
bed stands, 6 at $8, 5 at $7.50 ; b tables, 6 at $2.50 ; hair mattresses (25 lb) 16 at $15 
feather pillows, 16 at $3.50 ; bolsters, 16 at $4.75 ; cane chairs, 12 at $3, 10 at $2.50 
spring back easy chairs, 4 at $18, 8 at $15.50 ; loose cretonne covers, 4 at $6.75, 8 at $5.75 
brass rods with rings, brackets, loop hooks &c, 30 at $2.40; curtains, 28 prs at $5.85 
loop hooks, 28 at 60c ; holland blinds, 12 at $3.35, 17 at $3, 10 at various prices, $27. 50 
opaque cloth blinds, 12 at $1.70, 3 at $1.45 

Haynes, W H, London Eng: 12 yds tabourette, $11.20; 22 yds tapestry, $15.83; 12 yds 

• green stripe $10 . 22 ; 24 yds cretonne $26 . 28 ; tissue, 13 yds for $13 . 17, 10| for $11 . 49, % 
for $8.21 ; packing. 74c ; sundries, $15.16 ... . 

Hester, J, London Eng: Japanese carpets, 1 at $24.33, 4 at $12.15, 2 at $11.56, 1 at $11.30, 
3 at $10.95, 3 at $8.51, 1 at $3.28; Japanese rugs, 3 at $1.58, 1 at $1.33 ; Japanese wool 
rug, $3.04 ; antique Persian rug, 1 at $14.60, 1 at $6.08 

Ives, H R & Co : hot water radiators, 748 ft at 33c ; freight, $13.26 

King, Robt W & Co : hand ventilating machines, 2 at $12 ; 17 levers and rods complete, 
$9.35; 34 hangers, $5.10; 17 ft pipe (cut) $1.42 

Lawson, Thos : 4 brass traps complete, 39 lbs at 45c ; castings 1061 lbs at 4c ; cast iron air 
vessel, $1*. 25 .. 

Lewis Bros & Co : elbows, 12 at 15c ; tees, 12 at 17c, 12 at 13c 

Mills A K & Son : 13 white enamel (birch) mantles and fittings, $850 ; corner basin top $6.50 
3 basin tops with oval basins, $24 ; 3 pipe covers $10 ; altering basin, $1.75 ; men's time, 
1^ d at $4, \\ d at $2 ; \\ bis cement, $4.88.. .... 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 

900 00 

88 35 

6,705 00 

379 32 

250 91 



1,423 00 

502 58 

15 50 

450 00 

1,150 00 

32 00 

5 00 

126 80 


12,028 46 



637 00 

1,658 35 

168 00 

78 50 


452 87 
22 80 


8 94 


53 54 
34 06 

27 2o 
22 72 
29 50 



90 44 

582 54 



2,357 55 



112 30 



198 80 
260 10 


39 87 


61 24 

5 40 


906 13 



7,807 90 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Rideau Hall 



Additional Wing, to Government House, and Furnishings 

— Continued. 



Brought forward 



2 in. 



McCullough & Cameron, addition to Government House ($8,099.75) — 

Contract for addition to Government House 

Extras, constructing 3 new chimneys and 5 fire places ($532.75)-- 

Chimneys : 2 of 46 ft. x 5 ft. 7 in. x 2 f t. 2 in. $280 ; 1 of 12 ft. x 4 ft. 9 in. x 2 ft 

$31.92 

Chimney bars for fire place, 5 at 75c ; vent linings, 7 at 40c ... 

Chimney caps, stone, 2 at $18 . 50 ; stove pipe rings, 4 at 30c. 

Turned back arches and concrete hearth, 5 at $4 

Plastering outside of chimney with cement 20 sq yds at 45c 

Iron cramps for caps, 4 at 25c ; setting chimney caps, 2 at $10 

Plastering chimney brest &c 

Trimming joist and flashing chimneys, 2 at $25 

Brick nogging wall of B and closet , 

Robertson, James & Co : porcelain roll rim French baths, complete, 2 at $80 ; porcelain 
enamel W R bath, polished hardwood rim, N P overflow &c, $28 ; N P bath cock. S"> ; 
closets, complete, 3 at $38 ; 4-in. w i pipe, 503 7 ft. at 57jc ; 4-in. soil pipe, 50 ft. at 33|c ; 
N P brackets, 3 pr for $11.25, 1 prat $4.75; li-in. n p elliptic cast brass traps, with 

pipes to wall and floor, 6 at $0 ; sundries, $42 .42 

Robertson, Thos & Co : iron pipe, 555 '5 ft. of 2^-in. at 28k, 148 "6 ft. of 2-in. at 12 T Vc, 50*2 ft. 
of H-in. at 9^0, 99"4 ft. of li-in. at 7^c, 2299'8 ft. of 1-in. at 5^c, 80 ft. of fin. at $3.85, 
1118 ft. of §-in. at 3r>c ; 1-in. brass unions, 24 at 63c ; 1-in. brass peet valves, 55 at 90c ; 
g-in N P Jenkin globe valves, 29 at $1 . 13 ; 1-in. N P Jenkin air valves, 29 at $1 .90 ; J-in. 

JN P radiator air valves and keys, 30 at 65c ; sundries, $131.57 

Royal Electric Co : R C wire, 3500 ft of No 14 at $12, 1,300 ft. of No. 12 at $15.75, 120 ft of 
No 8 at $29 ; porcelain cleats. 400 at $20 a M ; 445 pore, tubes, $2.95 ; ff circular loom 
conduct, 50 ft at 7c ; 10 amp S P Hart switches, 25 at 45c ; 15 amp B cutouts, 30 at lie ; 

30 amp S B link fuse cutouts, 6 at $1 ; packing, $2.85 

Van't Hof & Blokker, Akersloot, Holland, bulbs : 6000 Tulips $46.84 ; 2000 Iris, $8.75 ; 400 
dbl Narcissus, $4.38; 100 Polyanthus Narcissus, $1.46; 400 anemones, $1.51; 600 Jon- 
quils, $1.83 ; 200 Treesia Refacla Alba, $1.46 ; 1700 Tulips, 200 Narcissus and 200 Jon- 
quils for winter forcing, $16 .04 ; less paid in 1900-1901 $8 . 12 

Freight and express : Can. Exp Co, $5.70; Can. Atl Ry, $41.29; Can Pcfc Ry, $11.52; 

Dom Exp Co, $1.20 ; Ottawa, Arnprior & P S Ry, $1 .32 ! 

Cab hire to Rideau Hall : minister, $2.50 ; J B St Laurent, $1 ; I Cote, $1 

Street car tickets for steamfitters, plumbers &c 

Queen's Printer's account ' 

Advertising \ 

Detailed with " Rideau Hall, Maintenance " (Page V— 122) 

Less charged to " Rideau Hall, Furniture and Fittings for new Wing (Page V — 122) 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Sarnia Post Office. 

Lister, Eliza A. and James F., purchase of Alexander site, on S. E. coiner of Front and 
Davis streets, being lots 1-6 and part of 7 on Front st. ; also lot 17 on Davis st., having 
a frontage of 115 ft. on Front st. by a depth of 125 ft. on Davis st 

Francis, J. J., survey, plans, &c, Alexander site, town of Sarnia 

Pardee, F F, professional services Apl '99 and Feb. 1900 re purchase of site 



Total carried to page V —3. 



% eta . 



7,807 90 



7,567 00 



311 92 

6 55 

38 20 

20 00 
9 00 

21 00 
1 08 

50 00 
75 00 



707 12 



660 26 



103 81 



74 15 

61 03 

4 50 

30 21 

24 67 

52 62 

1,647 20 

19,273 22 

5,144 33 

14,128 89 



5,500 00 
25 00 
71 70 



8,596 70 



St. Catharines Drill Hall. 

Gardiner E, O L S: survey, levels &c of the drill hall site St Catharines, 
$10 ; profile and sketch, $5 ; assistance. $3 



June 13 and 14 1900, 



18 00 



St. Catharines Public Building, Alterations, A.<- 

Beard, Chas ($538)— 

Contract for 2 new doors and winter porch at post office 

Galvd iron gutter across front of winter porch 

Painting new and old doors and new winter porch 1 extra coat 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



525 00 

3 00 

10 00 


538 00 



AUDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Thomas Public Buildings, Proportion of Cost oi Sidewalk. 



City of St Thomas : laying brick pavement in front of pub. b'd'g, 132 ft at $4.78£. 



Toronto Post Office : Fitting up Rented Rooms at Union Station. 

Hemming E : 2 new trucks for R. M. D, Nos 9 and 10 

Office Specialty M'f'g Co : steel bag rack bunk containing 91 spacee and ledge 24 in as per 
plans $450; special adjustable bag rack of 4 sections containing 20 bags, each with ball- 
bearing castors on movable platforms $280; oak office desk and chairs $28.50; special 5 in 
bag rack $20 ; changes in same $9 ; moving of bag racks etc $13. 50 

Smith Jno B : carpenter, 62^ hrs at 30c ; sundries $14.32 

Wilson E & Son : 4 ton r'y depot scale platform 5 x 9, $125 ; gov't inspection charges $2.50. . 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Toronto Dominion Public Buildings : Improvements, Renewals, Repairs. 

Custom House (-$849.21). 

JBertram Engine Works Co : new tubes for boiler, 6 at $4 . 

Coleman C. W : care of clock, 3 m. to Oct 1 , . .... . 

Curry S. G : architect, 1\ p.c. commission superintending work done from July 1-June 30 1900, 

$175.94 ; 3^r p.c. commission on arranging position for elevators, preparing estimate for 

alterations etc $26.25 

Forbes Roofing Co : new roof on boiler house and engine room 

Gardner Alf. & Co : filling up holes in lane way, man's time, 25 h at 20c, brick rubbish 9 Ids 

at 75c, cinders 10 Ids at 75c 

Little & Brown : repairing plaster, plasterers 32 h at 35c ; labourers, 16 h at 30c ; sundries 

$8.05 

O'Hearn Jas. J : frosting glass of counter in long room $10 ; painting walls and ceiling of 

minister's room $55 ; man's time cleaning windows 80 h at 30c ; re-glazing glass $26.90. . 
Purdy Mansell & Co : 1 ant. oak flush tank copper-lined $18.50 ; opening choked drain $18.35 ; 

plumber and helper, 35 h at 50c ; sundry plumbing etc $37.43 

Rogers Chas & Sons Co: alterations and repairs to Long room $25 ; 1 ash counter and 

enclosure $135 

Winsor & Woodley : oak flooring, laying etc . . 

Snow-shovelling, 83 h at 15c ; pointing rear wall of C. H. and replacing key-bricks of arch 

$7.95 ; cleaning chimney etc $6.60 ; glazing etc $6.80 ; brass fittings $2.06 ; new locks etc 

$8.65 ; repairs to tools etc $7.08 : 



Examining Warehouse ($174.91). 

Bertram Wilson, & Co : repairs to wire rope $10.05 ; ye w i re rope, 50 ft at 8c ; wh. cott. waste 
50 lbs at 8c ; fixing cable on hoist $4.95 

Morrison Brass M'f'g Co, Jas : 1-in J M T angle valves, 6 at $1.60 ; sundry valves, repairs 
etc $27.37 

O'Hearn Jas J : cleaning windows 30 h at 30c ; re-glazing $14.75 ; sundry painting $9.70 . . . 

Stockwell S : repairs to tools, 26J h at 50c ; iron 19 lbs at 4c 

Wheeler & Bain : flashing roof of engine room and boiler house and repairing gutters 

Winsor & Woodley : hardwood flooring etc 

Repairs to boiler $4.93 ; repairing electric bell $1.75 ; snow-shovelling 40 h at 15c 

Inland Revenue ($869.83). 

Bennett & Wright Co : supplying and putting up fixtures $124 ; putting in 11 brackets, care- 
taker's dept $19 

Bertram Engine Works Co : removing 63 tubes from boiler and replacing with new 

Munro Wm & Son : repairs and alterations ; labour, 327 h at 30c ; picture moulding, 428 ft at 
3c ; sundry materials $36.39 ; cupboard $22.50 ; contract for vestibule $40 

O'Connor M : balance of contract of $831 for painting, (see page Q — 52, 1898-99) 

Toronto Elec Lt Co : 1HP new motor complete with pulleys and shafting $93.50 ; sundry 
repairs $8.26 

Cleaning chimney $2.30; plumbing $2.65; repairing door latch etc $2.45; repairing roof 
$2.25 ; bushing 9c 



General Post Office and Branches ($3,174.04). 

Bennet & Wright Co : balance of $528 contract for re-wiring post office (see pageQ — 52 1898-99) 
it re-wiring for 5 drop-lights and fixings in dead letter office $28.28 ; 
wiring and fixings, for drop-light in Inspector's office $5.11 ; tor 10 lights, Customs Dept 
$30.10; for lights around circular bunks $38.88; for 15 brackets on new bunks, front 
office $83.56 ; for 4 brackets for stamping counter $18.25 ; for 6 brackets for register office 
$26.40 ; for money order dept $13.31 ; putting in 40-gall boiler $14.80 ; changing heater, 
pulling out old gas pipes etc $15.10 ; labour, 30 h at 50c ; sundries $20.60 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
631 29 

95 00 



801 00 

33 07 

127 50 



1,056 57 



24 00 
15 50 


202 19 
120 00 


19 25 


24 05 


115 90 


91 78 


160 00 
24 95 



51 59 



23 00 

36 97 
33 45 
13 86 
30 00 

24 95 
12 68 



143 00 
174 00 

209 83 
231 00 

101 76 

9 74 

228 00 



309 39 



2,430 84 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-91 



Toronto Dominion Public Buildings: Improvements, Renewals, 
Repairs — Concludi </. 

Brought forward . 

Post Office — Concluded. 

Bertram Engine Works Co : removing 41 tubes from boiler and replacing with new. 

Coleman C. W : care of clock, 3m.... 

Curry S. G, architect : 7i p.c. commission for superintending work done at general post office 

and branches $102.10; 3h p. c. commission for preparing sundry plans and estimates 

877.24 

Johnston Jas : travelling expenses, Ottawa-Toronto and return, Dec 13-10 

Martin P., carting snow, 43 h at 50c 

Meadows Geo. B : making and fitting up counter railing for Carlton St P.O. $20 ; 2 heavy 

wire baskets for do, $4 

O'Connor M : cleaning and painting in Eng vermillion and varnishing street letter-boxes, 240 

at 05c ; painting, lettering and gilding signs dead letter office $10.50; re-glazing $8.90 ; 

sundry painting of signs etc at Carlton St P.O. $20.50 

O'Hearn Jas J : painting and lettering 7 signs $7 ; re-glazing $4 . 20 

Office Specialty M'f'g Co : 1 bunk postal-bag rack $564 ; 1 rotary chair $8. , 

Purdy Mansell & Co : cleaning choked drain $14.10 : man and helper, 21^ hrs at 50c ; sun 

dries $6. 80 , 

Shipway Iron, Bell and Wire M'f'g Co : sundry repairs 

Smith John B & Sons : walnut sorting cases with tables $529.50; carpenters, 1943 hrs at 30c 

lumber 666 ft at 4c, 866 ft at 3c ; sundries $184.49 

Wheeler & Bain : repairs to Mr Crowther's office $16 . 55, sundry $15 .15 

Repairs to roof $8.40 ; repairs to eiec bells $1.50 ; cleaning chimney $2.80 



Drill Hall $(592. 64). 

Curry S G : architect, 7|pc commission superintending work, July 1-June 30 

Wheeler & Bain : repairing roof, gutters etc ; tinsmith, 894 hrs at 30c ; helper, 534 hrs at 20c ; 
solder, 319 lbs at 30c ; galv iron 14 sheets at $1 ; No. 18 galv iron bases to small ventilators, 
2 at $4.75 ; sundries $60.94 



Receiver-GeneraVs Office ($228.70). 



Bennett & Wright Co ; putting up fixtures 

Curry S G : 7h p c commission on superintending work, 12 m to June 30 . 



Hemming E : new trucks No 7 & 8, 2 at $47 . 50 

Measuring and preparing plan of newspaper sorting case 



Union Station Post Office ($104.25). 

painting &c letter box plate $4. 25 






Generally ($10) . 

Curry S G : certifying to accounts in place of Mr. W. J. Smith 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Windsor Drill Hall. 

Advertising $9 . 20 ; Queen's Printer's account $20 .56 

Windsor Public Ruildings : Renewals, Improvements, Repairs, etc. 



Brooke F. W : painting iron roofs and gutters 650 yds, as per tender 

Craig P. A : taking down part of fence and stone work , 

Curry & Robinet : rebuilding foundation, fence, and grading lot in rear of building 

Marentette E : repairing locks 

Pennington & Brian : plumbing work, incl such carpenter and mason's work, painting and 
pipes as req\iired $1655 ; putting 18 x 30 enamelled sink 1^-in waste pipe etc in customs 
rooms $35 ; repairing and putting up conductor pipe $15 . . 

Advertising 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



Woodstock Public Ruilding. 

Des Rivieres A. A.: work done to Sept 4 on $31,790 contract, $15250, less drawback $1530, 

and paid 1900-01 $4120 

White Alex : architect and clerk of works, Oct 10-June 30 at $75 am 

Advertising $178.34; Queen's Printer's account $33.26 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



s eta. 

2,430 84 



139 40 
15 50 



179 34 
27 95 

21 50 

24 00 



201 90 

11 20 

572 00 


31 65 

18 30 


1,349 51 
31 70 
12 70 


37 50 


555 14 


40 00 
188 70 


95 00 
9 25 



10 00 



6,003 08 



29 76 



65 00 

4 00 

350 00 

19 00 



1,705 00 
11 00 



2,154 00 



9,600 00 
703 71 
211 60 

10,515 31 



V-92 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Manitoba Buildings : Generally. 

Detailed with " Dominion Buildings : Maintenance " , 



(Page V— 154) 



Winnipeg Custom House. 



Lalonde & Milord : enlargement to cashier's box 

Pattinson & Eilbeck : repairing chimneys 

Repairs to chandeliers and heating apparatus $6. 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



carpenter work $6 . 15. 



Winnipeg- Dominion Lands and Crown Timber Office. 

Brydon Win & Co : carpenters, 547 h at 35c ; labourers, 167 h at 25c ; tinsmith, 50 h at 40c; 
815 ft timbers, $16.70 ; pine, 560 ft clear, $25.20 ; 2000 ft fir flooring $72 ; sundry lumber, 
moulding, &c, $82.40 

Payne, Jas A : painting exterior and interior woodwork entire, repapering with 15c. paper, 
all floors painted, stained or oiled per contract 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



Winnipeg Post Office. 

Babb & Kirkland : 2 prs Chicago spring butts and fitting on same 

Brown & Rutherford ($1445.43)— 

1 outside porch with doors and platforms $107 ; track and truck $47.50 ; 1 desk (2 ft x 
6 ft 8-in) $10.50 ; shelving and pigeon holes in vault Inl. Revenue, $35 ; table and 
pigeon holes, Dead Letter Off. $15 ; 1 nest pigeon holes for N. P. delivery $10.50 ; 

maple flooring 225 ft. at $55 ; sundries $35 . 09 ; labour, 438 h at 35c 

Maple Mooring, 967 ft at $55 ; 760 ft 3rd Com at $16.50 ; birch balusters 136 at 12Jc ; 
ceiling B.C. sp. 1000 ft at $36 ; 1 oak door frame $11.50 ; lumber, 41 pes 2 x 14 x 18 
= 1722 ft at $22; sundry $87.51; nails, bolts, &c, $8.46; time of workmen, 686 

h at 35c 

Repairs and alterations according to plans and specifications 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co : freight charges on postal bag racks 

Cass E : repairing brick work at steam boiler 

Cotter Bros : putting in Acme syphon jet w.c. in basement $35 ; man and helper 32 h at 70c ; 

plumber, 70^ h at 50c ; sundries $30.56 ' 

Goldie & McCullough Co : 1 shell safe (45 x 31 x 25) $120 ; freight $6.18 ; packing 75c. .. . 

Kelly Bros & Co : cutting for door and rebuilding 

Office Specialty Mfg Co : 2 bag racks, style " G " for 24 bags $90, style " D "for 28 bags $70 
Payne Jas. A : renovating front half of P . O. viz. : kalsomining, painting, oiling &c, $175 ; 

finishing floors and counters $13 . 50 ; moulding 214 ft at 5c ; sundries $7 . 38 

Talbot W. R : painting, parcel room $52, 33 letter boxes at $1.40 less 3 posts not painted $1.50 

Vulcan Iron Co : 1 arch plate $10 . 50 ; soft rubber valves, 40 at 40c ; repairs on water pump 

for elevator $10.25 ; time of men repairing elevator machinery, 408^ h at 40c ; sundry re 

pairs &c $29. 47 

Winnipeg City : cost of pavement with cedar block of Post Office Lane, proportion chargeable 

to Dom. Govt 

Sundry repairs $9 . 70 ; hardware $1.54 ; plumbing $5.90; cleaning offices $5; taking off 83 
windows at 10c ; drop It tubing, 10 ft at 17|c 



Total, carried to page V — 3 . 



Winnipeg Public Building : Asphalt Pavement. 

Winnipeg City : proportion of cost of pavements : McDermott Ave, asphalt pavement from 
Main St to P.O. Lane, 120 ft at $4 8338, $580.05 ; P.O. Lane Block pavement from Mc- 
Dermott Ave, northward 60 ft at $1'3940, $83.64 . . 



Winnipeg Public Building : Brick Vault. 

Kelly Bros & Co : erecting vault in P.O. bldg for Inland Revenue Dept. 



North-west Territories: Building, Generally. 

Detailed with " Dominion Buildings : Maintenance " (Page V— 154) 



$ cts. 
4,614 28 



25 00 

26 45 
13 04 



64 49 



449 50 

277 00 



726 50 



12 00 



426 27 



504 16 

515 00 

16 80 

10 45 

123 21 
126 93 

28 80 
160 00 

206 58 
96 70 



229 62 
80 40 
32 19 



2,569 11 



663 69 



450 00 



1,348 42 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



N. W. T. Court House, Lock Up and Police Accommodation. 

Calgary (9265.82). , 

Gunn D. J : judge's bench in oak $170 ; enlarging platform for same, .$13.50 ; sundries $6.65 
Johnston T & D : services preparing plans and estimates for alterations etc 



Lcthbridyc ($104.75). 



Kirkham T. F : mixed paint, 15| galls at $2 ; painter, 4 d at 
Oliver Win : cement 2 brls at $8.50 ; mason 4 d at 



.")0 ; sundry repairs 816. 
; sand $2 ; carpenter, 25 h at 35c . . 



Medicine Hat (-$'16.50). 
Woods Jas. W : 15 ft Dominion flag 

Moosomin (S1.50). 
Jopp Ghaa : putting up storm window $1 ; McKenzie Jno : door in C. H. cellar 50c. 

Prince Albert ($61). 
Bell Co : telephone. 12 m to June 1, at Court House $36, at judge's residence $25.. 

Regina ($116.78). 



Meyer, M : cleaning cesspool, June 24-Nov 27, 10 times at $4 

Little T. J : taking off window screens and putting on storm sashes 

Smith & Fergusson Co : tinner, 27^ d at 50c ; sundry repairs etc $11 

Woods Jas W : 15 ft Dominion flag 

Repairs to batteries etc $7.40 ; to pipes $3.70 ; to pump $2.85 ; kalsomining kitchen $4.25. . 

WoUeley ($347.26). 



Bromley & Co : Dominion flag 8 x 16 

Chicago Fire Proof Covering Co : alum, mineral wool, 3000 lbs at 3c 

Cyr Ernest : travelling expenses, Winnipeg-Wolseley and return ... 

Dominion Steam Heating Co : 260 ft coil with connections etc $155 ; sundries $5.26. 

Gibson Robt W : storm door $12 ; labour, 9 d at $2.50 ; sundries $8.75 

Thompson A. G : repairing eave trough and conductor pipes 



Total, carried to page V — 4 

Edmonton Immigration Building. 



A. M. Nanton & J. H. Munson : purchase of building site 

Legal services re vesting title to land at Strathcona in Crown, C. de W. McDonald . 
Advertising $24.36 ; Queen's Printer's account $2.24 



Total, carried to page V — 3 

Immigration Building: Swan Biver District. 

Pay-lists, Mch 14- June 4 

* Supt, Andrew Holmes : 38 d at $5, R'y fares $5.70 ; overpaid 30c 

Bricklayers and plasterers : Jno Courtney 17 '5 d at $4.50 ; Jos Kaska 11 d at $4 

Lather, J. B. Truscott, 14 d at $3.25 ; painter, Robt Armstrong 245 d at $3 

Carptrs, days at $3.50 : Geo R. Bird 3(5 ; Duncan McGregor 27 1 

days at $3 : Wm Angus 6 ; Geo Young 42'2 

Labrs, davs at $1.50 : Robt Gallowav 27*9 ; Fritz Kiroch 27 "3 ; Chas Kline 31 9 ; Paul 

Schubert 184; 2 under $9, $12.75 

Agnew T. J : 1 lock and furnishing 

Bashford & Fisher : cast pulleys, 50 lbs at 20c ; lime, 170 bush at 50c ; window glass 14 x 28, 

100 lights at 30c ; linseed oil, 14^ galls at $1.35 ; wh. lead, 250 lbs at lie ; sash cord, 35 

lbs at 50c ; sash weights, 700 His at 6c ; sundries $79.65 

Beckwith A. L : sand, 11 loads at s l ; sundry hauling $12.40 

Fehr I. D : lumber, 1506 ft at $30 ; shingles, 20 M at $3.25 ; brick, 4 M at $17.50 ; siding, 

4600 ft at $30 ; shiplap, 1300 ft at $23 ; doors (2^-in x 6|-in) 10 at $3 : (2 ft 10-in x 6 f t 

10-in) 6 at $3.25 ; windows etc $4.60 ; lumber 100 ft at $18.50 

Fuisin J. P : nails, 9 kegs at $5 ; tar paper 16 rolls at $1.10 ; sundries $9.15 

McLeod Saml : lumber, lH2x 4-12 x 12-16, 8680 ft at $22 ; 16 ft tamarac logs 20 at $1 ; 

sheeting No. 1, 8000 ft at $19.50 ; sundry lumber $4, 

Sanderson .las. H : lath, 15,000 at $3.50 ; 1-in flooring, 1800 ft at $26 ; H-in flooring 2237 ft 

at $28 ; shiplap 1 x 8- 12, 568 ft at $22 ; lumber, (2 x 6-20) 1267 ft at $24, (6 x 8 x 6-18) (>50 

at $22, (1-2 x 4-16) 6236 ft at $22 ; sundries 851.09 

< Queen's Printer's account 



Total, carried to page V — 3. 



V-94 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



medicine Hat: To Replace Court House Destroyed by Fire. 

Draudson E : partitions and shelving in basement ••;-.• • ■ • • • • • ■ • ■;•/.-••■ 

Hawthorne A. C : for Court-room, Judge's oak desk $28, do chair $10, carpet for J s platform 
16 yds at $1.25, cocoa matting, 20| yds at $1.60, 30 yds at $1.20, 3 tables $11.50 ; for 
iudge's retiring room, 1 lounge $12, carpet 13 yds at $1.25, sundries $19 ; for Barrister s 
room, cocoa matting, 8|yds at $1.60, sundries $8.25; for Jury room $8.25 ; for Witnesses 
room' $8 25 ; for clerks office, desk ash flat top $20, 1 off. combination cupboard and book- 
case $18, cocoa matting, 9 yds at $1.60, sundries $14.25 ; same for sheriff's office $66.65 ; 
chairs, 36 at $1.50 ; arm chairs 14 at $2.50 ; 2 chandeliers $12 ; 18 lamps $34 ; 18 shades 
$18 ; 2 door mats $3.75 ; overpaid lc. 

Knox Wm : clerk of works, 10 m to June 30, 1900 

Ives H. R. & Co : 1 Buffalo heater $114.80 ; fittings, $7.50 ; freight $47.85 

Purmal Chas : contract to erect Court House &c complete 

Sanderson Jas F : coal 3| tons at $3 ; draying $1.50 

Advertising $119: Queen's Printer's account $44.70 

Total, carried to page V —3 



Moose Jaw Court House. 

Beard R ; flag pole $35 ; counter as per tender $50 ; contract for enlargement and alterations 

complete $430 ; sundries $13.15 

Bogue R : 1 flag and rope 

McGregor A. W : kalsomining C. H. as per tender , 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



Prince Albert Court House: Artesian Well. 

Woodman A. H: boring and casing for artesian well, 100 ft. at $1.25, 50 at $1.50, 50 at 
$1.75, 50 at $2, 50 at $2 25, 50 at $2.50, 50 at $2.75, 50 at $3, 50 at $3.75, 32f at $3.50 



Begina Government House : New Sidewalks. 

Williams, R H, voucher not received at Audit office, Dec. 31, 1900 



Begina : L,t. Governor's Residence. 

Castle & Son : 1 Morris chair $38 ; wine tray $17 ; cushions 2 at $6 ; down 6£ lbs at 90c 

Gowans, Kent & Co : 1 pudding dish $10 ; sundries $4 75 •-•••••;■ r ■ • ■ 

Morgan H'y & Co : 1 wool rug $13.50 ; 3 bon-bon dishes $14.75 ; wine decanters 2 at $4 ; 

Indian mats, 6 at $1 . 50 ; sundry house furnishings $48 . 19. 

McDougall D. C : voucher not yet received at Audit Office, Dec. 9, 1900 

Robinson & Co : linen 7yds at $1.35 ; 2 doz napkins, $9.40 ; muslin, 15 yds at 50c, 25 yas at 

60c, 15 yds at 35c ; sundries $14.60 

Willoughby & Mollard ($1,996.50)— 

Contract for $1,723.50 to erect new stable, 

extras $31. 45 

Brick floor in porch $22.50 ; moving out building $105 ; putting m 5 windows and 2 large 
dble doors $60; part new sills under moved bld'g $10.50 ; bld'g porches at Gardener s 
house $11.50; sundry repairs $32.05 .. 



stone foundation $238.50, building $1,485; 



Total, carried to page V— 3 . 



Begina Land Titles Office. 

Little T J : addition to office, 11 x 16 

Morrison Juo : clerk of works, 9f m to June 30, 1900 at $100 . ..... 

Willoughby & Mollard : work done to Oct 6, 1900 on $17,940 contract, $16,638.70 ; less draw 
back $1,668.70 and $5,530 charged to 1900-1901 

Total, carried to page V — 3 - 

British Columbia: Buildings Generally. 

Detailed with " Dominion Buildings : Maintenance " (Page V— 154) 



cts. 



18 00 



513 56 


1,000 00 


170 15 


6,403 30 


12 00 


163 70 


8,280 71 



528 15 
25 00 
28 00 



581 15 



1,189 50 



500 00 



72 63 
14 75 

93 44 
260 00 

61 20 



1,754 95 
241 55 


2,498 52 


134 00 
975 00 

9,440 00 


10,549 00 



6,832 67 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-95 



uiiin Public Build ing: Fittings and box-front* for Post Office. 

Bennett Lake & Klondyke Navigation Co : freight, wharfage and pack charges from Victoria 

to Bennett 

Henderson Win : express charges paid 

Rubenatein Bros : P. 0. box-fronts, 100 at -$1.48 ; 1 case $1 ; freight $7.58 

Str Danube : freight 

Weiler Bros : P. O. fittings, 3 at $185 



Total, carried to page V— 4 



Kamloops Public Buildin; 



Henderson Win : clerk of works, Victoria, salary for Feb 1900, $175 ; travelling expense: 
Jan'y 17-20, Victoria to Kamloops and return 



Nelson Public Building. 

W. A. Galligher : purchase of site, corner of Ward and Vernon Sts .... 

Henderson Win : cl. of works Victoria, salary for Mch $175 ; travelling expenses, re proposed 

site, Dec 15-24, $44.05, May 11-17, $47.07 

Legal services re site : F. W Howay 

Total, carried to page V — 4 , 



New Westminster Custom House : Safe. 

Goldie & McCullough Co : No 30 fireproof safe, $450 ; freight charges, $153.75 ; packing 75c 

Royal City Transfer Co : hauling safe, placing in Custom House 

Shiles B W : sundry carpenter work .... 

Total, carried to page V— 4 . 



New Westminster Publing Building*: Reconstruction of building 
destroyed by fire, Sept. 11, 1898. 

Pay-lists, Sept-Oct 1899, removal of debris ($575.25)— 

' Conductor, Jas M Wright, 35 d at $3 

Labourers, days at $2.25 : Jno Atkinson 15 ; Thos Badcock 18 ; Wm Kearley 22 ; Martin 
Monk 17 ; Dan'l McAskill 21 ; Arch'd McGregor 22i ; Robt Murphy 21| ; Robt 

Parsons 19A ; Jno Roan 19 ; Jno Ross 15| ; Angus Sutherland 18 

Anderson R F & Co : sundry hardware 

Bourque & DesRivieres work done to Sept 20, 1900, on $50,500 contract, $27,836, less draw 

back $2,786, and ch'g'd to 1900-1901, $13260 

Hamilton Alex : clerk of works, April 10- June 30, 1900 at $120 a m 

Henderson Wm : clerk of works, Victoria, salary for A pi $175 ; travel $46.80 

Royal City Planing Mills Branch : lumber, 1-4 x 4-18, 4,358 ft at $10 

Roval City Transfer Co : hauling dirt, 36 d at $3 

Advertising $301.17 ; Queen's Printer's account $42.03 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



Rossi and Public Buildings. 



Bullen N R H : purchase of site for pub. b'ld'g 

Henderson Wm : cl. of works, Victoria, salary for May $175 ; travelling expenses re site, Dec 

15-24, $44.05, May 11-17, $47.07 ' 

Legal services, re purchase of site : F. W. Howay 

Total, carried to page V — 4 ... 



Vancouver Drill Hall. 

Henderson Wm : cl of works, Victoria, salary for Dec- Jany at $175 am... 

McKinnon Thos : cl of works, 10 m to June 30, 1900 at $120 ' 

Viau & Lachance : work done to Sept 30, 1900, on $65,658 contract, $55,245.51, less drawback 

15,525.51, less ch'g'd to 1900-1901, $32,390 

Advertising 



Total, carried to page V — 4 



ots. 



221 80 

43 00 

i:.l 58 

9 50 

555 00 

980 88 



221 50 



11,000 00 

266 12 
79 95 



11,346 07 



604 50 

25 50 

9 39 



639 39 



105 00 



470 25 


28 12 


11,790 00 


320 00 


221 So 


4:-! 58 


108 00 


343 20 


13,429 95 



12,000 00 

266 12 
100 00 



12,366 12 



350 oo 

1,200 00 

17,330 00 
9 00 



18,889 00 



V-96 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Victoria Custom House (old), fitting up attic for Meteorological Service. 

B. C. Furniture Co, voucher not yet rec'd at Audit office, Dec 31, 1900 

Hinton, Geo. C. & Co : 8 cord drops, 1 wall socket, 1 light in thermometer shelter, 2 switches 

$30 ; electrician and helper, 11 hrs at 75c ; sundries $29.65 

Jardine Jno : painting, 265 yds at 20c, 130 ft (balustrating) at 8c, partition 3 coats, $8.10 ; 

varnish work $9.20 ; 1 light glass 50c , 

Marvin E B & Co : sundry hardware 

Meston Jno : bolts, 83 lbs at 20c ; sundry smith work $17.78 

McMillan Jno : carpenter work, Aug 21-Mch 24, 120 d at $3 , 

Nicholles & Renouf : hardware 

Taylor Mill Co : dr. lumber $152.70 ; cartage $9 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Victoria New Post Office, etc., including Furniture. 



Albion Iron Works : paper burner , 

B. C. Furniture Co : fitting as per tender, for dead letter office $205, for I nland Revenue 
$570 ; altering counter and grill work $75; linoleum, 72 yds at $1.25: Wilton carpet, 
58f yds at $2, 49 yds at $1.75 ; cork, 217 yds at $1.20 ; brussels, 35 yds at $1.50, 140 yds 
at $1.35 ; cocoa matting, 40 yds at 60c ; mats, 12 at $2 50 : rugs, 4 at $3.50 ; 1 lge cur- 
tain and pole in archway $15 ; shelving in room $15.80 ; in vault, temporary fittings $12, 
shelving and pigeon holes $42.60; ldbleset shelving $20 ; extra wire screening $15 ; desks,! 
at $15, 2 at $25 ; 1 couch $18 ; office chairs, 2 at $7, 8 at $2.25 ; rev. stools, 3 at $4.50, 3 
at $4 ; sundry $22.50: 3 hat and coat racks $10 ; 3 umb. stands $15 ; 1 off. table $10 ; 
making over and repairing furniture, 100 hrs at 40c ; sundries $112.90 

B.C. Paving & Roofing Co : repairing copper roof 

Cooley, H : gal v. iron work inch 10 d labour at $5, $65.25; repairs to copper work incl 7 d 
labour at $5, $39.15 

Fenson, Jno : contract complete, to supplv, erect and complete two electric elevators for 
$6,687, less paid in 1897-98, (page Q— 60) $5,040 , 

Goldie & McCulloch : 1 shell safe $120 ; freight charges $11.22 ; packing 75c 

Henderson, Wm : cl of works Victoria, salary for June 

Hinton Geo C & Co : wiring and material in basement for transformers $25.38 ; dble 500 
volt knife switches, 2 at $14.50; lamps, 119 at 30c, 200 at 25c ; wiring and installing 
ceiling pendant with shade $12, outside light $9.50, bell and lights at freight elevator 
$10.70; portable lamps, 2 at $7, 1 with shade $10 ; extra bells to caretaker $11 ; sundry 
wiring, installing etc $65.20 

Jardine Jno: supplying, lettering etc signs, 19 at $1.75, 2 at $1.50; painting, lettering, 
varnishing 19 street boxes $38 ; sundry repairs $9.20 

Keller, J. W : fire brick, 200 at 5c ; fire clay, 250 lbs at 2c 

Leckie J : 21 ft Dominion ensign . , , 

Meston Jno : smith work 

Minty Wm : assisting teams to move, 9j d at $2.50 „ 

MacMillan Jno : materials and labour constructing fumigating room etc, incl 15 d carpenters 
at $3, $85.21 ; sundry carpenter work, 50 d at $3 

Nicholles & Renouf: Eclipse door springs and checks 3 sets, $17.25; sheet rubber packing 
34£ lbs at 40c ; sundries $54.27 

Pacific Express : moving, Savings Bank, lh hrs at $1 ; Inl Rev, 7 h at 1 ; sundry hauling $6. 

Rubenstein Bros : P.O. box fronts, 300 at $1.43 ; 3 cases $3 

Sellich Robt : material and labour to build a furnace to destroy waste mail etc $34.35 ; plaster- 
ing new partition etc. incl plasterers 3^ d at $4, $36.50 

Sheret Andrew : disconnecting, packing and setting up H. W. furnaces incl. time of man and 
helper 93 hrs at 75c, $93.02; fitting up bath, basin and sink, incl 5' 6" enamelled iron 
bath $40 and man and helper 68 hrs at 75c, $167.55 ; connecting gas to whisky test incl 
man and helper 35 hrs at 75c, $50.66. 

Tait Robt : building porch with swing doors at north entrance 

Taylor Mill Co : D.D. cedar, 225 ft at $40 ; machine work, 12 hrs at 75c ; sundry lumber $23.46 

Waites Jas : sundry locksmith work , 

Walsh Bros : man and team, 39 hrs at $1 ; helper 12 hrs at 25c 



$ cts. 


44 30 


67 90 


81 20 


8 45 


34 38 


360 00 


35 20 


161 70 


793 13 



Weiler Bros ($2,218)- 

Fittings for Customs and appraiser's office 

Drawers for newspapers $13 ; news sorting rack $28 ; sundries $71 

Post-office fittings 3 at $185 

One P. O. fitting for Atlin district 

Wilson A & W : supplying and fitting 1 enam. iron bath tub and waste and supply pipes 

$82 ; sundries $19.40 

Removing furniture $9 ; rep'g elevator $2.50 ; rep'g clocks $6.75 

Advertising $117.98 ; Queen's Printer's account $5.11 , 



Total, carried to page V — 4 , 



29 84 



2,184 45 
16 00 

104 40 

1,647 00 
131 97 
175 00 



272 48 



83 45 


15 00 


23 00 


10 60 


23 75 


235 21 


85 22 


20 50 


432 00 



ro 85 



311 23 

85 00 

41 46 
26 10 

42 00 


1,366 00 
112 00 
555 00 
185 00 


101 40 

18 25 
123 09 



8,527 25 



■ PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V -97 



William's Head Quarantine Station : Quarters lor Crew, Alterations, 
Improvement*, Furniture, &e. 



sinks witl) hot 
to pipe sewer 



Colbert Jno : plumbing work on three cottages as per tender at §155 each 

and cold water connections &c, 3 at $20; additional to carry soil pipe 

around rock intervening $20 .25. 

Fraser, Walter S & Co : steel cut nails, (20 in.) 150 lbs, $13.89, (8 in.) 600 lbs, $19.50, 8 

casing nails 300 lbs, $1 1 .25 ; building paper, 10 rolls at 80c ; sundries §18.25 

Godfrey Win : work done on str Earle : 5 tubes, 10ft. x 3 in., at $4.50 ; boilermakers, 17 d at 

$5 ; sundries $6.75 

Keller J. W : Portland cement, 2 brls at $4 .35 ; sundries $4.90 

Sanitary Construction Co : No 2 Farmaldehyde Gas Regenerator $27. 50 ; 1 carboy of Farmal 

dehyde,1381bsat25c 

Sellick Robt : repairing chimneys $13.50 ; plasterers, 6 d at $4 ; labors, 6 d at $1.75 ; plaster 

Paris H brls at $3 . 75 ; lime 3 brls at §1 . 50 

Shaw Thos : work done on str Earle: coal shute $20; plate for front of boiler $10; new 

smoke stack $50 ; sundry calking and repairs to boiler 779| hrs at 50c ; sundries $20.01 

Trenchard G. Y\ r : putting in sewers, 16 d at $2.50 

Turpel Wm : str Earle : contract price for docking $30 ; lay days 2 at $10 ; laborers, 4 d at 

$4 . 50, 2J d at $4 ; lumber and spikes $2.50 ' 

Wilson A. E : hauling lumber &c, 10 d at $2 

Wilson A & W : galv. gutters 168 ft, $10 . 55 ; sundries $2 

Overhauling doors 3 d at $3 ; cedar curb for smoke stack $9.00 ; painting str Earle $5. 

Total, carried to page V — 4 

Public Buildings Generally : Electric and other Power for running 

Elevators, &c» 

Detailed with " Dominion Buildings : Maintenance " . (Page V — 154) 

ii " Ottawa Buildings Repairs " ( ° V — 114) 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



Public Buildings Generally. 

Adams, Samuel, supt Public Buildings, July 1899 $100 ; travelling expenses $40 .95 

Bryson, Graham & Co: feather dusters $2.40 ; sundries G5c 

Canada Atlantic Railway Co, transportation of bricks and lumber from Alexandria to 

Ottawa. . 

Cowan John, clerk of works, Langevin Block, travelling expenses $205.64; advances 

unaccounted for Nov. 3, 1900 $100 

Harrison & Co, repairing level §7 . 50 ; Hearn & Harrison, repairing level $5 

Landry T, cartage of brick and lumber : 35 car loads of brick at $7 ; 2 of lumber at $12 

Maranda H, clerk of works, Sept 1-Oct 8, 38 d at $3, fare Arnprior to Ottawa $1.25 

Montreal, Ottawa & Russell Road Co, tolls 

McKenzie, John, trip from West Block to Robillard's quarry 

Macdonald H D A, Estate, Alexandria, rent of lots at C A R Station, re loading brick &c. . . 

Stempel Mfg Co of Toronto, " Stempel " fire extinguishers, 12 at $12.50 

Woods James W, lOi ft Dom flag for Canadian Commissioner Paris, France 

Subscriptions: Can Architect d- Builder, year to Dec 31, 1899, $4; JY Y Engineering Record, 

year to Dec 31, 1900 $5 ; iV Y Scientific American $2.50 and Buildmg Edition $2.50, year 

Jan 1, 1901 * " 

Freight and express : C A R $10.03, Can Exp $10.40 ; C P R $12 ; Dom Exp $27 25 

Telegrams : C P R Tel Co -$315.38 ; G N W Tel Co $162.97 ." 

Queen's Printer's account $367 . 95 ; Stationery Office $928 .02 

Travel of Ottawa officials.. (See end of P W expenditure) 

Photographic Branch tf Public Works Dept (^S^S.Jfi). 



Dietzgen Eugene Co, vandyke salt, 20 lbs at 30c ; MacDonald, W B, cotton „ 
Stephen Bros : negative glass, 158 sheets at 45c, 50 at 30c, 50 at 15c ; paste brush I 
Topley Studio : burnisher $75 ; Premo oamero $50 ; sundries $121.50 



30c 



Total, carried to page V— 4. 



Ottawa Buildings : General Bepairs Pay Lists. 



Arial T., carpenter, July- June, 310i d at $1.75 

Auborne E., mason and cutter, July- June, 31 H d at $2.50 

Baril A., carpenter, July- Jan, 116 d at $2 

Baron E., laborer, Mch-June, 99 d at $1.25 

Batterton T., laborer, July- June, 280 d at $1.25 



$ cts. 

545 25 

70 89 

114 25 
13 60 

62 00 

58 12 

490 36 

40 00 

81 50 
32 00 
18 55 
23 60 



1,550 12 



3,647 41 
533 00 



4,180 41 



1— 7v 



Carried forward 



140 95 
3 05 

464 89 

305 64 

12 50 

269 00 

115 25 

6 88 

2 50 

10 00 

150 00 

18 00 



14 00 

59 68 

478 35 

1,295 97 

1,137 67 



8 00 

93 90 

246 50 

4,832 73 



543 38 

778 75 

232 00 
123 75 
350 02 



2,027 90 



V-98 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings : General Repairs Pay-lists— Continued. 
Brought forward * 



Beaulne J., painter, July -June, 314^ d at $2 

Bedard P., carpenter, July-June, 310 d at $2 

Beihler J., bricklayer, July-June, 308f d at -12.50 

Belanger A., laborer, July- June, 'SOH d at $1.75 

Belanger O., painter, July-June, 84 d at $2, 12 d at $1.75, 229h d at .$1.50 

Benoit Ed., laborer, July-June, VSSh d at $1.50, 179 d at $1.25 

Boileau J., laborer, July- June, 300 d at $1.50 

Boivin D., laborer, July- June, 305 d at $1.50. ... 

Boutel A., laborer, Aug Feb., 155 d at $1.75, 1 d at $1.50 

Boutin J. B., carter, June, 15 d at $2.25 

Boyne Jos. , laborer, July-June, 298 d at $1. 25 

Brad A., carpenter, July-Sept., June, 574 d at $2 . . 

Buck J. B., carpenter, July- June, 313 d at $2 

Bureau J., laborer, Jan- June, 152 d at $1.25 

Burk Geo., laborer, July- June, 247i d at $1.50 . 

Bums Jos., laborer, 30 d at $1.25 ; Byrne J., labr, Oct-June, 233i d at $1.25 

Cadieux M. D., painter app'r, Oct- Jan., 77^ d at $1 

Caron A., carpenter, July- June, 327 d at $2.25 

Champagne S. , carpenter, July- June, 307 d at $2 

Charbonneau N., lather, 7 d at $2 ; (.'harrier M., labarer, 14 d at $1.25 

Cherry S., carpenter, July- June, 311 d at $2 

Chevrier A., laborer, July-June, 229 d at $1.50, 45 d at $1.25 

Clearv J., plasterer, 6 d at $2.25 ; Collins Thos., carptr., Sept- June, 237 d at $1.50 

Corbeil A., painter, July-June, 314 d at $2 

Cornot H., laborer, July- June, 302i d at $1.25 

Cote Ls., carpenter, July- June, 328i d at $2.50 

C6te Pv., laborer, July- June, 109J d at $1.50, 180i d at $1.25 

Crevier A., painter, July- June. 199£ d at $1.50, 78 d at $2 

Dagenais Eug., laborer, Aug -June, 298 d at $1.25 

Dagenais M., laborer, July-June, 306 d at $1.25 

DeBeaumont R., laborer, July- Aug., Jan-June, d at $1.50, 189% d at $1.25 

DeCoeur H., laborer, July-June, 311 d at $1.25 

Delaney J no., laborer, Aug- June, 281 d at $1.25 : 

Dery A., laborer, Eeb-Mch., 34 d at $1.25 

Dery N., painter, July- June, 310 d at $2 

Desjardins S., carpenter, July- June, 310 d at $2 

Desrosiers A., laborer, July -June, 313^ d at $1.25 

Devaney Jos., laborer, July-June, 2064 d at $1.50 

Dion A., genl. jobber, July-June, 313 cl at $1.75 

Dube O., laborer, July- June, 310 d at $1.50 

Duffield A., laborer, July- June, 262h d at $1.25 

Dugal C, laborer, 10| d at $1.50 

Dassault O., laborer, July- June, 300 d at $1.25 

Ebbs T., laborer, Aug-Feb., 153 d at $1.75, 1 d at $1.50 

Fahey Jas., laborer, Aug-June, 259 d at $1.25 

Faubert P., laborer, 37 d at $1.25 ; Finley E., carter, 24 d at $2.25 

Fleury E . , carpenter, July-Jan., 110 d at $2 

Fortin A., carpenter, July- June, 310 d at $2 

Fortier N., carpenter, July- June, 310 d at $2 

French P., laborer, July- Jan., 56 d at $1.50, 45 d at $1.25 

French T. W., laborer, Sept- June, 156 d at $1.50 

( agnon Thos., foreman mason, July-June, 323^ d at $2.50 

Cariepy Eng., roofer, July- June, 271 d at $2 

Gauthier V., painter, Nov- June, 197 d at $2 

Gendron S., laborer, July-June, 307 d at $1.25 

Giasson F., carpenter, July- June, 310^ d at $2 

Glaude A., laborer, July Dec, 155 d at $1.25 

Gono A., mason and cutter, July- ApL, 226 d at $2.50 

Grant A. T., painter, Aug-May, 266.\ d at $2 

Grenon J., carpenter, July-Jan., 178 d at $2 

Guay A., painter, July- June, 310 d at $2 

Guindon A., labourer, July June, 319* d at $1 .25 

Handy J. , painte-, July, 19* d at $2 

Hardcastle K, labourer, July- June, 313 d at $1 .25 

Hebert C. carpenter, July-June, 313 d at $2 

Huot P., labourer, July-June, 313 d at $1.50 

Hurteau L., labourer, July- June, 313 d at $1 . 50 

Isabelle C, carpenter, July-June, 328 d at $2 

Joncas T., labourer, 17 d at $1 . 50 

Killeen D., labourer, July- June, 305 d at $1 .25 

Labonte Leon., labourer, Mch-June, 88 d at $1 . 25 

Laflamme M., carpenter, June, 12 d at $2 



Carried forward 



OOO \)V 

620 00 


399 37 


39 00 


391 25 


626 00 


469 50 


469 50 


656 00 


25 50 


381 26 


110 01 


24 00 


30,957 02 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-99 



Ottawa Buildings: <»eiieriil Repairs Pay-lists -Continued. 



Brought forward . 



,50. 



Lafontaine Paul, labourer, July-June, 302!, d a1 $1 
Laing R. S., labourer, July- June, 313 d at Si .25 ... 

Lalonde F., labourer, Mch-June, 74 d at $1.25 

Landry N., carpenter, July-June, 313 d at $2.25 

Landry T., foreman of snow-cleaning, Dec-Feb, 79£ d at $1 .50 

Lapenaee I)., labourer, July-June, 313$ d at $1.25 

Laramie Geo., labourer, July-. Ian, 181 d at $1.50 

Larose C, mason and cutter, July-June, 305 d at $2.50 

Latimer Jas., blacksmith, 2033 d at $2 

Lauren celle W., carpenter, July -Jan, 178 d at $2 

Leblanc Jos'., labourer, Dec-Mch, 54.7 d at $1.25 

Leblanc ( >., carter, Aug-Apl, 191 d at $2 

Leclerc Jos., labourer, Meh-Apl, 18 d at $1 .25 

Legault A., plasterer, July- June, 321 d at $2.50. . . . 

1 jegei F., painter, July-June, 312 d at $2 

Leggett H., carpenter, July- June, 203 d at $2. 

Lemaitre G., labourer, July-June, 308 d at $1 .25 

Lemay J. , labourer, July- J une, 315£ d at $1 . 25 

Lemieux Jules, painter, Nov-June, 180.7 d at $2 

Lepage C, painter, July- June, 313 d at $2 

Leveque E., labourer, July- June, 20/ d at $1 . 25 

Lortie L., painter, Sept Feb. , 132 d at $2 

Loyer E., roofer, July- June, 2564 d at $1.75 

Lyons P., carpenter, July- June, 311 d at $2 

Maccra A., labourer, July-June, 305 d at $1 .25 

Martell G., painter, Nov-June, 107 d at $2 

Marsolais E., labourer, July- Jan, 170 d at $1 . 25 

Mathieu Geo., mason and cutter, July- June, 274 d at $2.50 

Matte .) ., painter, July-June, 312i d at $2 

M<-illeur M., labourer, Jan-June, 144 d at $1 

Miller Geo., labourer, 114 d at $1 . 50, 120 hrs at, 10§c 

Mi mctte O., bricklaver, July-June, 314^ d at $2. 50 

MoCourt Thos, labourer, July- June, 231 d at $1 . 50 

McDonald A. R., bricklayer, July-June, 202 d at $2.50 

McDonell J., mason, June, 29 d at $3 

McKain Thos., carpenter, July- June, 310 d at $2 

MoMartin Thos, labourer, 6£ d at $1.25 ; Normand W., labourer, July-June, 310^ d at $1.75 

Oakley J. S., carpenter, July-Sept, 59 d at $2 

O'Connor Jno, labourer. Aug- June, 244i d at $1 . 50 

O'Grady M., labourer, July-June, 308 d at $1.25 

O'Keefe M., labourer, July-June, 312 d at $1.25 

Olivier E. , carpenter, July- June, 311 d at $2 

O'Neil G., labourer, July-June, 311^ d at $1.25. 



Ouellette J., labourer, July-Sept, Jan-June, 177 d at $1.25. . . . 

Ouimet M., painter, July- June, 303^ d at $1.50 

Perier L., labourer, July- June, 311 d at $1.25 

Picard Leonidas, carpenter, July-Jan, 191 d at $2 

Poirier, C. N., labourer, Sept-June, 243 d at $1.25 

Pooley H., labourer, July-June, 314i d at $1 . 50 

Prudhomme Benj., labourer, July-June, 313r? d at $1.50 

Quinn Martin, labourer, Aug- June, 275 d at $1.25 

Raizenne P., painter, July- June, 304 d at $2 

Randall J., painter, July- June, 284 d at $2 

Reinhardt Paul D., fore carpenter, July-June, 331 d at $2.50 

Richard J., gen '1 jobber, July- June 313 d at $1.75 

Robillard O., labourer, July- June, 313£ d at $1 .25 

Robitaille Steve., mason, July-June, 313A d at $2.50 

Rollin Frs., lab mrer, Dec-Mch, 63 d at $1.25 

Rourke M., painter, July- June, 280^ d at $2 

Roy A., labourer, July-tune, 313 d at $1.25 

Roy D , labourer, July- June, 309 d at $1.25 

Roy M., labourer, July- June, 313 d at $1 . 25 



Ryan T., labourer, Feb.-Mch, 42.!, d at $1 . 25 

Sauriol U., painter, July-June, 313 d at $2 ... 

Savarie John, labourer, Sept- June, 238r? d at $1 .25 

Seguin J., carpenter, July- Jan, 178 d at $2 

Seguin J. B., labourer, July-June, 120^ d at $1.50, 216£ d at $1.25. 

Sevigny X., carter, July-June, 3134 d at $2.25. 

Shea T., carpenter, July-June, 327$ d at $2 

Smith Geo., carter, June, 12 d at $3.25 

Smith M. F., gen'l jobber, Nov-June, 195£ d. at $1 .75 

St. Jean C., carpenter, July-June, 258 d at $2 



l-7iv 



Carried forward 



60,957 00 



V-100 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings : General Repairs Pay-lists— Confuted. 
Brought forward 



St. Laurent J. B., carpenter, July- June, 327J d at $2. 

St. Martin D., carpenter, July- June, 304i d at $2 

Tasse C. D., labourer, July- June, 311| d at $1.25 

Theberge H., carpenter, July- June, 314 d at $2 

Thomas F., labourer, July-June, 312i d at $1 .25 

Thibault A., carpenter, July- June, 3l0 d at $2.50. . . . 
Tresidder Chas., labourer, Feb- June, 134 d at $1.50. . 
Trudel A., cabinet maker, July- June, 323^ d at $2. . . 
Trudel Z., gen'l jobber, July- June, 301 d at 82. . . . 
Vaillancourt J., labourer, July-June, 310 d at $1.25. . 

Vallillee Geo., plasterer, 6 d at $2.25 

Venance E., carter with team, Dec-Feb., 85| d at -S3. 

Vezina N., labourer, July- June, 244 d at $1.25 

Viau H., labourer, July- June, 310 d. at $1.25 

Webster E., bricklayer, July- June, 312 d at $2 

Welch Alex., plasterer, 6 d at $2.25 



Public Works Department. 

Salaries in department at Ottawa 

Clerk of Works Staff ($3, 552 .65). 



(Page V— 13) 



Foreman of carpenters, J. H. Ellis, July-Mch, 9 m at $91.25 ; 8 d in Apl at $3.. . . . . 

painters, A. Cote, July-Feb, 8 m at $76.05 ; Men-June, 4 m at $91.25. . 

M roofers, A. Spenard, July- June, 12 m at $70.05 

n labourers, L. David, July- June, 12 m at $68. 45 



Mechanical Staff ($26,5$ . 78). 

Foreman engineer, Wm Smith, to June 30, 1900, 12 m at $90 : 

Ass't engineer, Martin Clancy, July-May 16, 10 m, 16 d at $75 

Pipe-fitter and smith, Matthew Whalen, to June 30, 1900, 12 m at $75 

Steam-fitter and plumber, Jas Kelly, to June 30, 1900, 12 m at $75 

Plumbers and pipe-fitters, 12 m : Jno Smith $780 ; A. Letourney $720 ; G. F. Saunderson 

$720 ; F. Damarais $660 ; A. Desjardins $660 ; F. Jacques $660 

Steam-fitter, S. Perkins, July- June 19, 11 m, 19 d at $55 

Pipe-fitters : Wm Jenkins, 25 d in July at $55, $44.36 ; Geo Sparks, 3 m at $50.. 

Foreman of electric light, Jas Johnston, July-Mch, June, 10 m at $70 

Electric bell-hangers, 12 m : Wm Butland $780 ; Wm Thompson $600 

hanger, R. Croll, to June 30, 1900, 10 m at $45 . 62, 2 m at $55 

A. O'Neil, July-Jan, 169i d at $2 

Wireman, A. Catellier, to June 30, 1900, 8 m at $50, 4 m at $45. 62 

it Jas. Devine, July-Mch, June, 10 m at $45 62 

A. Hudon, Oct 23-June 30, 8 m. 8 d. at $37 . 50 

ii Wm Jenkins, Oct-June, 9 m at $55 

ii M. Mahon, July-Mch, May -June, 11 m at $45. 62 

Helpers, 12 mos each at $45.62 : J. Boyer $547.44 ; Jos Dube $547.44 ; J. Pilon $547.44 : 

A. Riendeau $547.44 ; Ls. Servant $547.44 ; Michael Whalen $547.44 

Helpers at $45.62 a m : N. Charbonneau July- June 23, $536.79 ; Wm. Cousineau July- June 

10, $518.11; Is Dufour July- Apl $456.20; Wm Flannigan Julv-June 19, $530.71; A. 

McDonald July- Aug, $91.24 ; E. Paradis July-May $501.82 

General mechanic, Michael Giroux, July-June 18, at $65 am 

Smith, Thos Healey, July- June 17, at $55 am 

Engineer and fireman, Jno Mahon, July- June, 12 m at $50 

Machinists : A. Giroux, 12 m at $60 ; Jno Rice, 12 m at $55 

Pattern-makers, Wm Ferguson, July- Apl 5, 9 m, 5 d at $60 

Storeman, care of shop, machines etc, Jos Ferguson to June 30, 12 m at $60 

Firemen and helpers, at $18 a m : P. Dugal, July-Oct, $192 ; Jno Hennessey, July-May 20, 

$510.97; A. Hudon, July-Oct, $192; A. Mason, July-Oct, $192; T. Renaud, July-Oct, 

$192 ; T. Whalen, July-Oct, $192 

Coalman, J. B. Belanger, July-Oct, 4 m at $37.50 

Wood & coal man, Geo. Turner, July-Oct, 4 m at $45.62 

Woodman & helper, O. Langlois, July-Oct, 4 m at $37.50 

Sundry. 

Detailed 1898-99 (Page Q- 61) 

1898-99 ( „ Q— 75) 



with West Block Reconstruction. 
Carried forward . 



-16) 



$ cts. 

60,957 00 

655 00 
609 00 

389 39 
628 00 

390 63 
775 00 
201 00 
647 00 
602 00 
387 50 

13 50 
255 75 
305 00 
387 50 
624 00 

13 50 



2,667 88 



S4:> 25 
973 40 
912 60 
821 40 



1,080 00 


788 71 


900 00 


900 00 


4,200 00 


639 83 


194 36 


700 00 


1,380 00 


566 20 


339 00 


582 48 


456 20 


310 88 


495 00 


501 82 



3,284 64 



2,634 87 


756 17 


636 17 


600 00 


1,380 00 


550 00 


720 00 


1,470 97 


150 00 


182 48 


150 00 



4,537 73 

159 75 

73 50 



105,382 06 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-3ni 



Ottawa Building*: (iencral Repairs Pay-liata Concluded. 

Brought forward 



L SB, not charged to this vote — 

West Blocs Reconstruction (P 

Ottawa Buildings : E lY. W Blocks, concrete floor etc 

" Langevin Block, fireproof attic etc ( n V— 

Repairs to masonry walls ( .. V— 

Ottawa Post-office : New boiler ( M V— 

Supreme Court i M V— 

Rideau Hall : New Wing ( „ V 

Maintenance ( ,. V— 120) 

Experimental Farm I ,, V — 157) 

Ottawa Buildings : Removal of snow ( ,, V— 120) 

ing ( „ V— 110) 

New offices, Customs Dep't 1900-01 



eta 



105,385 



88) 



22 

105 02 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, Are. 

Agriculture Department ($3,84-5.13). 

I •'.. 1 typewriter chair fi y'a room 

Bailey, Geo 

li- '.. ■•'■ ing a lelving at office of Arc .-fixing with additions and alterations wrt 

iron, 1501 lbs at 4c : angle and T steel, 6H rivet-. 18 boxes . 

sundries $4.52 : wire work, 1150 aq ft at 14c : men's time, oih h at 40c, 189 at 35c, 340 

at 30c. 74»'»i at 25c, 417£ a1 15c 

Bmithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

ppewriter chair $11.50 ; offii 58.50; 3 chairs $7.50 

. Graham & Co : blin $5.20 

• 1 A. sundry woodwoi 

- Bros, 2 pr - a gjes 

Harris & Campbell : office chair $9 ; 2 small lea:; 13 

Lahau rm chairs, 25 

Landry T. moving models from Langevin Block 31 I ■'. .'.: ; '•• 15-16, 1 4-11 

team and extra man, 9£ d at $7.25 

Leblme. J : office chairs, 4 at $8.50, 1 at S |2.75 

$1.50 

Ligget. Thus : figured cork, 81 yds at SI. 30, laving $4.05 

. 4 hides, 199| lbs at 20e 

Office Specialty Mfg Co. Toronto: 1 20-drawer walnut loose leaf cabinet with base $33 ; i 
doz Universal cases with 20 leaf ind chair $9; walnut single ped rot 

sk $25 

The C Co: making, laying, 

laying 75c : duck, 51 yds at 38c ; desks, 1 at $60, 4 at $40 ; 3 chairs hair 

$21 : 13 cloth, 7r 

Slater & S _ - - 191 Spark- St used as model room 15 m to July 1. 1900. . . . 

Trade! H A : miking 3 curtains ••'3.75 ; sewing leal a $1.50 

Victoria Foundry, For Patent Branch : cas igs :3c; babbit, 30 lbs at 

2 U-in collar- $1.50 : machine work. 



$2 
90,575 21 



10 00 



731 98 






10 90 

















72 00 



2 _ 

_ 



And 

Bryson, Graham & G -.2 c. 

Butterworth & Co. large water filterer 

Lahaise Freres, cocoa mat 

2.50 ; common chairs. 6 at $1.50- 

McMillan, A, 2 nick I clocks 

Orr Root : liron and wire partition. 122§ ft at 35c ; Yale lock $2 : putting on lock and shield 

11 cash hole 20c 

Wood wings and irons, 1 at I : $5 

loms Depart $.19). 

Bailey, Geo, smith work Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

q, Graham & Co : lino! .'.aid, 31 yd - square! 

$15 ; chairs, 2 at $5.75 ; high 

• Office Furniture Co : single roll t< »p desk 

Harris & Campbell : oak revolving bo " ; large oak revolving table 825 ; high office 

stool with back and lea I ' 

Leblanc A O : office ch omon chair- dl table $1.50 

Orr. Robt, brass fender $8 

C Co : carpet, 37^ yds at $1.25; making, laying, etc $4.82 ; linoleum. 6 yds at $1.10 





23 00 













1 

17 0' 

51 00 
17 50 



Carried forward 9 - 17 1 9 



V-102 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings : Kepairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Dominion Police ($2 . 85) . 

Belanger M A, ammonia 18c ; alum 30c ; common salt 12c . 
Goyer David, repairing and cleaning clock 



Exchequer Court ($1 . 15) . 



Bryson, Graham & Co, 1 blind and pull . 



Finance Department (-$'504.51). 

Bailey, Geo, smith work, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bryson, Graham & Co : felt, 40 yds at 4c ; 3 doz rings 84c ; 3 doz pins 15c 

Cavanagh, The Edward Co, Montreal, 1 set iron doors 

Desriviei es, J A, sundry woodwork $1.88 ; cartage 25c 

Harris & Campbell, revolving bookcase .... 

Leblanc J O, 2 office chairs at $8 , 50 

Ligget, Thos : Brussels carpet and border, 103g yds at $1.25; oilcloth, 32i yds at $1.15 

making, laying, ecc $13 .13 

McMillan, A, 8 clay clock for room 48 



French Translators' Office ($559.59). 



Boyden & Son : 17 pipes and 1 elbow $2 . 33 ; 9 pes mica $1 . 08 

Bryson, Graham & Co : carpet, 43r> yds at $1.25 ; lining, making and laying $4.25 
$5.35 ...,. ... 



sundries 



Butterworth & Co, repairs to stove 

Leblanc, J O : office chair $13.50 ; 6 common chairs $9 

McMillan, A, 1 clock $0.50 ; Ross, The C Co, office desk $?G 50 

Ranger D V, rent of rooms corner of Sussex and Clarence Sts, year to April 30, 1900 



94,847 19 



GO 
2 2o 



Geological Museum ($752 .87). 

Bailey, Geo, repairing 2 stoves 

Baskerville, P & Bros- rent-o^ussex-St, building, year to June 1, 1900 

Bowie, Geo H, Nepean sandstone, 2 '75 tons at $2 

Bryson, Graham & Co : carpet, 54 yds at $1.15 ; making, laying, etc $5.44 

Firemen's Benevolent Association, flushing drains 

Grieves Bros, trimming 28 and replacing 2 trees 

Leblanc, J O, office chair 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co, covering "still " in laboratory with asbestos blocks 
Piche, P, cleaning chimneys : 13 at 50c ; extra time for help 25 hrs at 12ic . . . . 



House of Commons ($2,789.24). 

Bailey Geo, smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Boyden & Son, 2 china closets 

Bryson, Graham & Co : carpet, 70 yds at $1.35 ; making, layinor, etc $4.20 : couches, 4 at 
$10.75 ; student's chairs, 2 at $5 ; chairs, 30 at $3.35 ; 2 desks, $26, $14.55 ; blinds, 5 at 
$3.75 ; cushion $7.25 ; 3 cabinets $6.35, $0, $4.75 ; wall paper and border $30.40 ; mould- 
ing 231 ft at 4c, 150 at 3c ; tapestry, 3| yds at $2.25, 22 yds at 60c ; range for Mr Dube 
$32 ; sundries $22.49 

Butterworth & Co : repairing old range (contract) $G0 ; repairing, varnishing, cleaning, etc 
gas stove, pipes, etc, 80 h. at GOc ; sundries $18.66 

Oharleson W G, rope ladders, 2 at $40 

Desrivieres, J A : sundry woodwork $17.79 ; brackets, 5 at $1, 2 at $1.25 ; cartage 75c 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co : " Eclipse " N P card holders, 5 doz at $1.20 ; 4 gross screws 80c; 
nickel plating brass frames, 36 at 10c 

Edwards, W C & Co, Ltd, 6 loads sawdust 

Elliott, William H, Toronto, for Speaker's dining room : 24 pes paper at 50c ; 34 yds frieze at 
20c ; 18 pes ceiling at 65c 

Graves Bros, rjm lock and knob 

Harris & Campbell, large pine case in sections 

Howe Wm, 64 rolls of paper at 15c 

Lahaise Bri.-s, for room No 7 : folding bed $15; hair mattress $10; blankets $4.50; quilt, 
pillows, etc $8 

Leblanc J O, office chair for Mr Savard MP 

Ligget, Thos : inlaid linoleum, 71f yds at $1.65, laying $3.59 ; cleaning carpet, 189 yds at 5c. 

Marshall & Fudge : cleaning 698 yds carpet at 4c, 27 rugs at 25c 

Orr Robt : heavy screen, 29f> 5 ft at 30c, small screen 50c 

Ottawa Gas Co, 1 No 369 Jewel range for housekeeper House of Commons 



Carried forward 



1 15 



111 10 

2 59 

160 00 

2 13 

24 00 

17 00 

179 69 
8 00 



3 41 

63 98 

6 70 

22 50 

43 00 

420 00 



19 50 

600 00 

5 50 

67 5! 
10 00 
25 00« 

8 50 
7 20 

9 03 



961 90 
15 50 



480 12 



120 66 
8D 00 
20 04 


10 40 
1 50 


30 50 

65 

150 00 

9 60 





37 


50 




9 


50 




131 


44 




34 07 




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24 


00 


98 


,807 


40 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-103 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Housi of Commons Continued. 

Picher, -I G, Montreal, Speaker's chair, oontraet §400; extra cane scat and making necessary 
changes for same $ 1 5 

Robertson, The James Co, Montreal, white enamel "Leader" bath complete for reporters, 
House of Commons 

Robertson, Thomas & Co, Montreal, for ventilation : 1-in iron pipe, 1018| ft at 5$c ; 126 C 1 
re bends $12. t7 ; 1 1 prs 1 x 10 pipe stays §11.20 ; galv iron, 525 lbs at 4c ; sundries $6.95 

Ross, The Co : drapery, 26£ yds at $1.65 ; hooks, rings, etc $8.51 ; making curtains §7 

Trudel, H A. making 1!) curtains $15.25 ; sewing covering of sofa $1 

Wilson, dames & Co, gilt room moulding, 90 ft at 5c 



Indian Affairs ($371.43). 



Oct 1, 1808 to June 30, 1900. 



Bailey ( !eo, smithwork, 

Boyden & Son, mirror 

Bryson, Graham & Co : 2 mats, §2.75, §1.50 ; 2 mirrors. §4.50 

Cole's National Mfg. Co, covering 3 awnings at §4.50 

Lahaise Freres, antique oak office chair 

Leblanc, J O, 2 office chairs $8. 50, §9.50 

McMillan. A, 1 clock §9 ; Trudel H A, sewing cloth on door 50c 

McNeill, K K, I roll top desk for law clerk's office ... 

Ross, The C Co : Brussels carpet, 4H yds at §1.25 ; making, etc §5.80 

Stewart & Co : oak roll top desk §35 ; oak flat top desk §60 ; office chair §10.50 

Inland Revenue Department ($510.29). 



Archbald, Chas E, 1 roll top desk 

Bailey Geo, smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bryson, Graham & Co: carpet, 116^ yds at §1.25; lining, making, &c. §11.48 ; rugs, 2 at §6 

cocoa mat, $1.50 ; G blinds $9.87 ; 2 office chairs $6.85, $5.90 ; moulding, 60 ft at 4c 

Cole's National Mfg Co, awning covers, 5 at §6 

Lahaise Freres : stools, 6 at §3.60 ; 2 shades §8 

Liggel . Thos, bordered linoleum, 23 yds at §1.20 

McNeill, E R, typewriter chair for Mr Lebel 

Boss. C Co : wool mat §3.50 ; 2 rugs §4.76 

Sproule, W H Co, clock §20 ; Trudel, H A, making 2 cushions §2 



Interior Department ($2,072.1)1). 

Bailey, Ceo, smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Boyden & Son : typewriter chair §11 ; mahogany cabinet §10.50 ; mirror §6 ; 2 mirrors §4.50 ; 
towel rack 25c ; 44 Smith door number plates §25.08 

Bryson, Graham & Co: carpet, 50 yds at §1.25, 46f at $1 ; lining, making, &c §10 ; oilcloth, 
5 yds at §1 ; mirror §3.50 ; moulding 120 ft at 4c 

Butterworth & Co: set brass andirons and gas log for Minister's room §23.50; new gas log 
and fitting §11. 45 . . _ • 

Canadian Railway Accident Insurance Co, blinds on windows of office 26 Wellington st oc- 
cupied by Mr White, 2 at §4 

Charlebois, J 0, ice for Hon Mr Sifton Oct 1, 1898 to July 1 1900, 21 m at $2 

Charleson, W G, yard truck, rubber tires 

( Joyer i )avid : 1 8-day clock §7.50 ; repairing and cleaning clock §1.50 . . . 

Graves Bros, chest lock and handle 

Harris & Campbell, oak bookcase 

Lahaise Freres : oak chairs, 6 at $2.25 ; chairs, 6 at §1.25 ; 2shades §5, §2.25 ; cocoamat §2.50 ; 
mirror §3.50 

Leblanc J : office chairs, 5 at $8.50, 2 at $9.50, 1 at §5.50 ; 7 common chairs $11.50 

Ligget, Thos : Brussels carpet and border, HOj yds at $1.25 ; making, laying,&c $9.88 ; 2 mats 



$2.75 



McNeill FA R, roll top desk for Mr Smart 

Ottawa Klectric Co, motor rental for chief astronomer's office, (>r> m to Nov 15, 1899 at • 
Ross, The C Co: Brass-Is, 43f yds at §1.25; linoleum, 24f yds at 95c ; making, &c §6.90; 

cleaning, &c carpet §12.37 

Stewart & Co : oak desk and chair §58.50 ; rev high stools, 3 at §3.50 ; tables, 1 6-ft §10, 1 

l-ft $7, 1 2£-ft $2.50 

Thistle Misses ($1,100)— 

Rent of 2 upper flat^ iu-^The Thistle Chambers " 26 Wellington St, for chief astronomer's 
*"""" offices 2 years to April 30, 1900 

Rent of ground floor "Thistle Chambers'' from July 1 1809 to April 30, 1900, for Mr 

' WH ite, 10 m at $50 7 777'. 

Trudel, 11 A, making 6 curtains 



Carried forward 102,411 13 



$ cts. 
98,807 46 



V-104 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &e. — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Justice Department (-$551.98). 

Arc! bald, Chas E. 1 new drop stand, special, for Remington typewriter 

Bailey, Geo, smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 . . 

Bryson, Graham & Co : wool mat $2 ; rug $4 

Dupuis, D, Hull, 303 ft of 1-in T & G boards 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co, nickel plating 98 keys at 5c. . 



Goyer, David, repairing and cleaning 4 clocks 

Ha iris & Campbell: B W writing table $36.50, leather lounge $25; office chair, leather 

seat and back $15 

Lai i xise Freres, 3 sheepskin mats 

Leblanc J O, 2 office chairs $9 .50, $4.40 

Lig,<,-et, Thos : cork, 71 yds at $1.25, laying $3.55 ; sheepskin mat $1.40 

McMillan, A, clock for Mr Leslie's room 

Ross, The C Co : Brussels, 81§ yds at $1.25, making, etc $10.86 ; linoleum, 34 yds at $1.05 ; 

oak chair $16 • . . . 

Wilson, James, grey cotton, 61| yds at 5c 



Langevin Block ($1,420 .57 ). 

Archambault, Jos : copper glue, 25 lbs at 30c ; 100 lbs pure red $5 ; sundries $17 .35 

Bailey, Geo : iron work for elevator gates $38.25 ; smithwork, Oct 1 1898 to June 30, 1900 

$153.05 

Bryson, Graham & Co : cotton, 60 yds at 9c, 63 at 8^c ; case Gillets lye $4.25 ; box Q L soap 

' $3.30; doz brooms $2.75; box matches $1.20 

Bu iter worth & Co : packing, 33 lbs of frictionless at $1, 2S of Tuck's core at 90c, 25 of £ in 

rubber, at 50c, 42 lbs of sundry $23.95 ; 300 ft of % braided cotton rope, 36 lbs at 60c ; 

wire rope, 124 ft at 8c ; 1 Oster stocks $27.50 ; 3 branch double headers, 14 at $2.20; 6 

pipe double stays, 17 at $1.75 ; 2 pr vnlcan pipe tongs, $13.32 ; iron pipe, 300 ft of 1 in 

at 7c, 157 of | in at 3^0 ; pig lead, 246 lbs at 6c ; sundries $58.47 ; elbows, tees, etc $42. 9 J ; 

coal oil, 10 gals at 35c 

Campbell, W J, repairing boiler : 62 hrs at 40c ; material $2.45. ... -. 

Charlebois, D N : box Gillette lye $4.25 : box Q L soap $4 ; doz brooms $3.25 ; 5 gals coal 

oil $1.50 ; matckes 60c 

Charlebois, J O : box Gillets lye $4.50 ; box Q L soap $1.50 ; doz brooms $4 ; 2 hair brooms 

$3.50 ; sundry $2.15 

Charleson, W G, 6 steel beams, 4 x 3, 780 lbs at 4c 

D'Auteuil, N G, 3 Apollo lamps at $3 

Fensom Elevator Works, Toronto: valve leathers, 30 at $1.50; pilot leathers, 30 at 75c 

packing, 57^ lbs at 75c ; 2 brass and fibre wheels, pins and nuts, complete $30 ; express $1.30, 

Garth & Co, Montreal, lh in left furnace bends, 12 at 56c 

Howell, Estate of Samuel, rent of Easement under lease No 3287 dated 25 day of April 1S98 

2 years to Apl 25, 1900 

Lawson Thos : iron castings, 2,982 lbs at 4c ; 18 grate bars, 1,082 lbs at 3c ; bolts, 6 at 15c 

foundry work, 15 hrs at 40c 

McAvity, T & Sons, St John NB: | in Jenkins angle valves, 68 at $1.50 ; h in angle comp 

Hopper cox, 27 at $1.50; counter cox, bulb on end for hose, 12 at $2.25; ^ in ex hvy 

gas elbow pendant cox, 25 at $1 ; i| in revolving pendant cox, 12 at $1 ; brackets backs. 

bored, 25 at 50c ; 20—^ to 2h in Chapman's gate valves for £44. 80 ; sundries $37.70. 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co, white cotton waste, 557 lbs at 7^c 

Perley, Geo H, rental for overhanging roof of Langevin Block 2 years to Oct 1, 1899 

Stephen Bros : kalsomine brushes, 2 at $4 ; boiled oil, 6 gals at 85c, sundries $18.20 

Library of Parliament ($301.20). 

Bailey, Geo, smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bryson, Graham & Co : paper and border $8.25 ; plush, simp and cord $1 .48 ; 12 lbs flour 35c. 

Hay N : 12 gross screws $5. 12 ; 15 files $2.70 

Parr, James A : 1,000 ft of 10 x 1, S 2 sides $25 ; No 1 K D S 2 sides, 500 ft of 1 in at $45, 

500 ft of \ in at $35 ; cartage $1 

Ross, The C Co : Brussels, 126£ yds at $1.25 ; making, etc $11.89 

Wilson, James & Co, repairing and regilding 2 portrait frames $12, 2 oval frames $4 

Marine and Fisheries ($1,026.52). 
Bailey, Geo ($264. 13)— 

Making and fixing shelving : wrt iron, 177 lbs at 4c ; cast iron, 1,077 lbs at 5c ; labour, 

159 hrs at 30c, 150 at 20c. 

Smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bryson, Graham & Co : carpet, 73^ yds at $1.27^, 12 yds at 50c, lining, making, etc $10.93 ; 
linoleum, 23J yds at $1 ; rug" $60 ; rugs, 2 at $8, 2, $2.75 ; curtains, 2 prs at $7.95, 1 at 

$3; 6 blinds $7.65 

Butterworth & Co, 2 brass box locks 70c ; Desrivieres, J A, sundry woodwork $1.34 



cts. 



Carried forward. 



102,411 13 


20 00 
142 24 
6 00 
4 55 
4 90 
8 25 


76 50 

6 00 

13 90 

93 70 

8 06 


164 86 

3 08 


29 85 


191 30 


22 42 



375 5fi 

27 25 

13 60 

18 65 
31 20 

9 i)'J 

141 80 
6 72 

10 00 

158 64 



301 50 
41 7$ 
10 10 
31 30 



31 75 
10 08 

7 82 

66 00 

16!) 55 
16 00 



138 63 
125 50 



239 70 
2 04 

105,190 75 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPA R TMEXT : EX P EX 1)1 TURK 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-105 



Ottawa Building* : Repair*, IKurinture, Sec— Continued. 

Brought forward . 

Marine 'mil Fislu ries — Concluded. 

Dupuis, 1), J lull : 2 in good sidings, 920 ft at $45 ; machine work $8 ; cartag 
Eclipse Office Furniture Co, "Eclipse " card holders, GO at 10c 



Goyer, David, repairing and cleaning clock.. . . 
Harris & Campbell : office chair $8 : 2 small ch 



lairs 8:; 

Lahaisc Freres : gidding chairs, (> at $1 .50 ; oak arm chairs, 2 at S3 ; high Btools, 5 at - ' 

Landry T, team and extra man, i 1 d at $7 . 25 , 

Leblanc J O: office chairs, 2 at 88.50, 1 at $9.50 

Ligget, Thos, 2 Smyrna rugs $6 : Ross, The C Co, office desk s27 ... 

Molsons K»iii.-, I'^nt-' nf nHifi^ |.f .Mft.r-.ti.lfp St, 3 mos to Sept 30, 1899 

Stewart & Co, table desk $18 ; Trudel, 1 1 A, making 2 curtains $2.50 

Woods. .1 ames W, awnings, 4 at -7 ; 5 



Militia Department ($746.14). 

Ahearn & Soper, 100 V, 1,000 alt West fan motor, complete §23, connecting 50c 

Bailey, Geo, smith work, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bryson, Graham & Co, moulding, 120 ft at 4c 

Charleson, W ( r, 6 door springs 

Curry, J P, removing Mr Snath's office to Slater block 

Harris & Campbell : B W writing table $16 ; B W case $9.75 ; standing desk $10 

Leblanc, J 0, office chair $3.50 ; May, Geo & Sons, 2 bx saddle soap 50c 

Ottawa Auer Light Co, auer lamp for late Col Panet in Sept 1896 

Ross, The C Co : linoleum, 29j yds at £1 .10, 38| at 75c ; laying $4.20 ; wool mat $3.50. 
Slater and Sherwood ($323.50)— 

Rent of topics 2£*4* 19 and 30 Sparks Chambers, 9 m to April 1, 1900. 



s CtS. 

lor, p. io 75 



Kent of gasi past upper hall Sparks Chambers, Nov 7, 1899 to A pi 1, 1900, 4?;; m at $15. 

Trudel, II A : making 2 curtains §2.50; sewing cloth 



Woods, .fames W, ai 



and ire 



for 2 doors $1. 
sets at $10, 3 at $9, 3 at $8. 



North-west Mounted Police Office (% 



Curry, J P, removing Mounted Police stores to West block 

Graves Bros, ' Jewel ' filter and cooler 

Landry, T, moving Mounted Police from Langevin to W B, Mch 10-11, 189'J, 3^ d at $7.25. . 

McMillan, A, 1 clock $7.50 ; Trudel, H A, making 2 curtains $3.. . . 

Stewart & Co : oak desk $50 ; tables, 8 at $G, 3'at $2.75 ; chairs, 12 oak at $1.25, 6 cane at 
§1.50, 3at $2. 2 office $14. -57.50 ; rattan couch 812 ; rev high stools, 3 at 84.25 ; 2 
cushions $5 ; mirrors, 8 at $1.75 



Observatory, Cliff St. ($23). 

Dupuis, D, Hull, XXX cedar shingles, 1\ M at $3 ; cartage 50c 

Ottawa Pod Office, Custom House, &c. ($1,669.77). 

Ahearn & Soper. wiring light for P Q clock 

Bailey Geo.: work on PO clock $26.10 ; smith work $96.10 

Bartlett, J H, care of tower clock, 2 years to ,) une 30, 1900, at $60. . . 

Canty, Pat, foreman P O repairs July and Aug, 1899, 62 .50 

Charleson W G : iron, 693 lbs al 2fc ; 224 car bolts 817 ; sundries $6.63 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co, beveled glass, 10 plates at 30c 

J£#in_Es£ ate rent of store on S narks St for E xamining warehouse, year to April 30, 1900 

Harris & Campbell : restuffing and recovering 2 chairs (forT^-TtS^TTraTTcl'M i 

Howe Win, furnishing and glazing 1 light in Examining warehouse 23 x 68 

Ligget, Thos, for Inland Revenue, Brussels, Jl| yds at $1.25 ; making, £:e $5.45 

Loftus, John H, cementing 50 squares of city P at SI. 50 

Orr Robt, strong heavy screen for P O, 18f sq ft at 30c 

Piche P, unblocking and sweeping chimney of Custom House 11 hrs at 20c. 

Royal Electric Co, Montreal, electric motor for driving stamping machine $140 ; automatic 
starting box $10 : packing 45c 

Post Office Depart, ami ($731.83). 



Bailey Ceo, smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bryson, Graham & Co: blinds, 4 at 85.10; cord, &c 58c : 2 mirrors $3.75 ; wool u 

Goyer, I >avid, repairing and cleaning 9 clocks 

Lahaise Ereres : 3 oak chairs $6.75 : minor $3 

Landry, T, carting money orders .Id 

Rosenthal, A, clock $3 ; Stewart & Co, chair for I teputy P M ( ! $3.75 



(»2 
75 

Carriei I forward 108,716 04 



V-106 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c— Continued. 

Brought forward 



Post Office— Concluded. 

Ross The C Co: for Postmaster General, carpet, 95§ yds at $1.55, making, &c $9.57, making 
2H prs curtains $85.08, 2 Wilton rugs, $7.50, $4.55 ; for Mr Armstrong linoleum 100 yds 
at 95c, paper and laying $9, 7h yds of drapery and making curtains $15.02, 11 yds shade 
cloth, rollers, &c $13.86 • • • • • • • • • • • • ■ ■ • • • • • • • • • • • • • ■ • ■ • • ■ ■ ■ • • • 

Slater & Sherwood, rent of east part upper hall, Sparks Chambers 3 in to Aug 7, 1J00 at $lo 



Printing Bureau ($1,183.28). 



$ cts. 
108,716 04 



fire bricks, 8,700 at §25.75, 757 for 



Archambault, Jos, 2 lights double thick, 32 x 62 at $3.90 . . . 

Bailey, Geo : smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 1900 $38.04 ; work on roof $39.50 . ■•■••■•;••■ 
Bruce & Fleck, repairs to elevator engine : blacksmith, 1 hr 60c ; machinist, 481 hrs at 40c ; 

sundries $4.65 • • ■ \ ,' •' '„ ' ■ \»o ' ' ' 

Bryson Graham & Co : chairs 2 at $6.30 ; rugs, 3 at $4 : sheepskin mats, o at $2^ 
Butterworth & Co, rebuilding brickwork on boilers : 

$21.02 ; cartage $11.75 -,;•,•• ' I'-'i^'i^" 

Charleson W G : ready roofing, 14 squares at $1.40 : cement, 15 gals at 25c ; sundries $o.4o. . 
Desrivieres, J A : li in maple flooring, 340 ft at $45 ; 2 pes red pine $2.50 ; cartage 25c . . . 
Dupuis, D, Hull : 1 in T & G p 2 s, 400 ft at $22 ; 1 in good sidings 300 ft at $40 ; 30 pes 

1 x 3, $2.20 : cartage 50c 

Fensom Elevator Works, Toronto, h in tilter cable, 105 ft at 12c ; express Ooc 

Harris & Campbell, 3 high back revolving stools 

Leblanc J O, small table 

Merrick, W J, 25 slat blinds, 1,166 sq ft at 8c 

McMillan, A, clock repaired $2.50 : Ottawa Auer Lt Co, 1 s : ade 25o 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co, fire clay, 35 bags at $1.40 • • • , \ ; ; - 

Robertson, Thomas Co, Montreal : 1 in iron pipe, 4,999^ ft at $3.72 ; sundry pipe and con- 

nections $21.37 ■ ■ • • • ■ ; " , " "&A r ' A 

Ross The C-Co : Brussels, 28* yds at $1.25. making, &c $396 ; axm rug $0.25 ; wool rug $3.50 

Stewart & Co, oak cupboard $15 ; Vaive Pr, 16 yds sand at 75c 

Victoria Foundry, 3 cast plates for boilers, 1,245 lbs at 4c ; cartage $1 

Woods J W, 15 ft Dominion flag $16.50 ; Wright & Co, 50 bus lime at 16c 

Wiirtele J W & Co, mineral wool, 209 lbs at 3c 

Privy Council (-$778.14). 



Bailey Geo. smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 19' 0. ■ •• ■ »■• - 

Bryson, Graham & Co : carpet for Sir W. Laurier, 60J yds at $1. 1 o ; ming, making etc $0. <w , 
carpet for room 77, 5lJ yds at $1.25; lining, making, etc $4.60; mirrors 2 ac $5.95, 
chamber set $2.65 ; rings and pins 99c . •■••;■ 

Charleson, W G, brass chest lock $1 ; Graves Bros, 6 galv pails $2.10 

Gurney Foundry Co, Toronto, 1-2x20 Nason base, 78 lbs at 6c . . 

Harris & Campbell : large oak chair in red leather $55 : cushion in rep $7.50 

Leblanc, J O, roll top desk : - • ■ -. I^ok 

Ligget, Thos : crimson rep, 27 yds at $1.15 ; buttons, ticking, gimp, etc $2.90 

Pritchard- Andrews Co, 2 bunches gold gilt . . . . . . . . . • • • • ■ - • • • • • • • • • - • • • • - • • • • • • 

Ross The C Co : for Premier's office, axm carpet, 80 yds at $1.7o ; border 31 yds at $1.50 , 
making, etc $16.54 ; axm rug $13.50; plushette, 16J yds at $1, satm lbf yds at $1.25 
cord, 43 yds at 25c, 4 loops $4, sundries, $3.68 ; making 2 curtains $7 ; tubing 13 ft at 
36c, pole ends and brackets $1.05, men's time $1.60; for J J McGee, 2£ yds rep and 
making curtain $4.32, 5^ ft brass pole $1.65 

Public Works Department ($4,837.72). 

Ahearn & Soper, telephones installed in Minister's and Deputy Minister's offices : 3 portable 
telephone sets at $25 ; 61£ yds of flex silk cord $9.23 ; 2 rosettes 80c ; electrician $4.4o 

Archambault, Jos, 1 brl best Spanish whiting, 336 lbs at l^c • 

Bailey Geo ($1,626.92)- 

Smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 •••••••-••;, j^""i«" 

Cutting and altering girders in Minister's room : girders, 540 lbs at 5c ; sundries {Be- 
labour $34.30 • ' 

Borbridge, S & H, 6 handles and pairs of straps, best oak ... . . . . 

Boyden & Son, mirror $2.25 ; Cassidy, J L Co, 2 flower pots $1.50 ....... . • • ■ - • • • •-•••• 

Bryson, Graham & Co : carpet for Acct Branch, 32^ yds at $1 2o ; making, etc $3 59 ; carpet 
for waiting room, 44i yds at $1 .i 0; making, etc $5.29 ; 1 set dinner chairs for waiting 
room $30 ; stair carpet, 21 yds at $1.25, 18 at $1.10, 14| at $1; corkme M yds at $1 2o 
oilcloth for Mi. Mathe's room, 42f yds at $1.10; tapestry, ^ yds at $2; square $53 
rugs, 4 at $4 ; 4 at $2.35 ; 3 mats $6.50 ; 11 mirrors $23.20 ; 50 blinds $7o.94 [; rollers, 9 
at « .85, 8 at $1.50, 8 at 95c ; chairs, 1 at $16, 1 at $14.65, 1 at $6.85, 1 at $5 3 at $2 6 
at $1.60; desk $30 J couch $11; bookcase $4.65; 2 trunks, $6.95, $1. 38 ; rubber sheet- 
ing, 9i yds at 60c ; sundries $29.08 



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388 47 


45 00 


7 80 


77 54 


197 65 


30 60 


256 80 


28 80 


18 05 


23 50 


13 25 


15 00 


5 00 


93 28 


2 75 


49 00 


207 35 


48 34 


27 00 


50 80 


24 50 


6 27 



168 19 



160 13 

3 V) 

4 68 
62 50 
45 00 
34 00 

8 00 



292 54 



89 48 
5 04 

1,562 18 

64 74 
4 50 
3 75 



649 35 
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V-107 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, dec Continued. 

Brought forward 

Public Works Department — Continued. 

D' Amour & Charlebois, Hull, 2x I, 12 and 13 ft, 46 at 16c ; L6 ft, (1 at 20c 

I >'Auteuil, N ( r, 3 Apollo lamps at $3 ; I >esjardins, Jos, revolving chair and cushion $8 

Desrivieres, J A: 1 in birch flooring, K I), 1st qual. 2,700 fl at $35; 1 in maple flooring, 500 

ft at $35 : 1 in pine flooring, 1,500 ft at $18 : l',\:.', L2-16, 65 pes at 12c ; cartage $2.60. 

Drysdale, The William Co, Montreal, unit Bookcases for Hon Mr. Tarte 

Dupuis, I). Hull. 2-in good sidings, for drawing table, 2000 ft at $45 ; cartage $1 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co: steel shelving with steel curtain for Minister's room $250; 

metal roller for drawing table $15 ; 2 doz Anchor binding cases $9 ; beveled plate glass, 



25 pes at 30c ; " Eclipse " card holders, 3 doz at SI. 80 ; sundries $2.50. 



Edwards, W C Co. Ltd, 1 pc office screen 7', ft x 9 ft 9^-in, per detail $29 ; cartage 25c 

( Joy ei, David, repairing and cleaning 7 clocks 

Graves Bros : filter and cooler ,slii ; 2 (i gal water coolers $11 ; 2 rules 90c ; sundries for Mr 

McLaughlin $12.95 _ _ 

Harris iV Campbell: office chair .$15; oak cane chairs, 7 at $1.75; revolving office chair 

$13.50; oak leather chairs, 4 at $6 ; cane chairs, 4 at $2.75; couch in leather $33 50 ; 

oak revolving stand $11 .50 ; revolving bookcase $20 

Hope dames & .Sons. 1 box pins \\>v repairing model 

Lahaise Freres : sofa $12.50 ; washstaud $4.50; crockery set $4 . 50 ; table $1.75; 3 mirrors 

$7 75 : 2 oak chairs $3.30 ; sheepskin mat $2.25 .* 

Leblanc JO: office chairs, 3 at $9.50 ; 3 cane chairs $6 ; common chairs $9.50; small table 

$1.50; 2 office stools $7 

Ligget Thos : Brussels carpet and border, 169J yds at $1.25, 31 at $1.10 ; velvet carpet, 66^ 

yds at $1 : inlaid linoleum, \U yds at $1.35 ; cork, 22 yds at $1.25, 9^ at $1.20, 5| at si ; 

making, laving, etc $19.26 ; 2 rugs $9.25, door mat 90c ; shade $(3 ; 2 screens $7 

Marshal! & Fudge, cleaning carpet for Minister's room, 90 yds at 4c 

May Geo Sons : 'trunk handles and loops $3.35 ; box strap Si , 10 ; 3H ft of 4-in belt $8.45. . . 

McMillan, A : electric clock for secretary's office $20 ; 3 clocks, $8.10, $6.50, $5 

McNeill E R: typewriter chair for Thos Costigan $10 ; "typewriter chair for Mr. Hennessy 

$9 50 *. 

Orme J L & Son, typewriter chair 

Orr Robt : 2 3-trayed flower stands $8, 1 half circle stand $3 50, for Minister's room 

Reymond C D, repairing, etc 2 clocks 

Ross, The C Co ($845.80)— 

Carpet : 93j& yds at $1.75, 774J at $1 65, 26| at $1.50, 25J at $1.35, 18 at $1.25 

Brussels square #25 : wool rug $32.25 

Mats : •_' at $6.75, 1 at $5.25, 1 at $3.50, 1 at $2.95, 1 at $2.50, 1 at $1.00 

Linoleum : 24f yds at 85c, 30 at $1 . 10 

Making l' pans curtains and putting up 

Making and putting up 7 shades $17.80 ; making, etc carpet $34.54 

Shade cloth, 31 , yds for $11.24 ; 15 rollers, cord, etc $9.25 

Desks, 1, $60, 1. $36.50 ; chair $18.50 ; office chairs, 4 at 82.25, 1 at $5.05 

Stools, 3 tor $8.25; mirror $2.50; umi rella stand S3. 75 

Five yards crimson rep $7 75 ; gimp, buttons etc $3.63 

Stewart Co, oak cupboard 

Topley Studio: 2 sets photographs, " Ministers since Confederation '* $37.50 ; 3 enlarge- 
ments, Sir John Thompson, Sir J A Macdonald and Hon A. Mackenzie $21 

Trudel, H A : making 20 curtains $14.50 ; sundry sewing $2.25 

Wilson, dames & Co., framing pictures in oak and gold : 2 at $5.00, 8 at $4.50, 2 at $4, 1 at 

$6.50, 1 at s3.50. 2 at $2. 1 ai $1.75, 1 at $1.50, 1 at $1.25 ; 5 ft. moulding, 50c 

Woods, James VV : set of awnings and irons for C of W office, $4.50; heavy tarpaulin for 

draughting room 27 x 12. $33.75 



113,489 97 



Public Works Department : Photographic Branch (*.! ' f -!.si >. 

Belanger, M. A : silver nitrate $9.50 ; I gall alcoh< >1 $3 ; sundries $14.66 

Jarvis S. d, 25 doz photo plates 

McLaughlin, 1 > A, 1 J H I )aJlmeyre 11 x 13 rapid rectilinear lens 

Olmstead & Hurdman : 2 clocks at $1.25, 1 at $8.50 

Stephen Bros : plate glass, |-in. 33gx55& $30, 'A~ j ! >. 17j? x21g, 4 at $6.25; 1-in. I8x 
22, 4 at $1.50 ; photo glass, 11 xl4, 100 sheets at 15c; 14 x 17, 50 sheets at 30c.; 18 x 20,1 
12 sheets at 50c. ; 4 tins glue $1.20 

Wilson, James & Co., framing 2 photos in oak 

Railways <n><l < 'anals (9804.92). 

Bailey Geo., smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bryson. Graham & Co: Btaircarpet, :'.:> yds. at $1.25 ; linoleum, K'.', yds. at $1, laving 50c. 

rep, 4 yds. at $1.25 : :i blinds, $8.50, $5.50, $5.30 : mirror $2.25 ' 

Dupuis, I). Hull: U-in. flooring, L,656 ft. at $45, 344 at *f<); cartage $1 

Edwards, \V C & Co. Ltd, 11 seats for committee room, contract 

Carried forward 116,583 64 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, Sec — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Railways and Canals — Concluded. 

Harris &: Campbell : oak arm chair for committee room $18 ; clipping cabinet $25 

Leblanc JO: 2 small tables for committee room $5 ; 1 doz. perf. seat chairs $9 

Ligget, Thos : Brussels, 24^ yds. at $1.35 ; tapestry, 28 yds. at 95c; linoleum, 34g yds. at $1 ; 

bordered cork, 9 yds. at 81.85 ; laying, &c, $3.62 

Koss, The C Co ($239.12)— 

Brussels, 50;J- yds. at $1.25, making, &c, $6.34 

Linoleum, 6 yds. at 75c. ; 2 hearth rugs $13.50 ; mat $2.10 

Made blind $9.47 ; 17 yds. shade cloth, 6 rollers and putting up $7.36 

Railway committee room : carpet, 39 yds. at $1.75, Brussels 33£ at $1.25 ; making &c, 

$10.60 ; Axiii. rug $4.50 

Trudel, H A : making 3 curtains $5.50 ; making 4 rep cushions $1 

Secretary of State (■'$152.21). 

Bailey. Geo., smithwork, Oct. 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bryson, Graham & Co : desk $27 ; stepladder $1 ; 2 blinds $9.30 

Butterworth & Co, " Jewel " water filterer 

Charlebois, J O, ice : 10 lbs. daily, Jan 27-Feb 27, 1899, $2 ; 20 lbs. Feb. 27-May 1, 1899 $8. 

Eureka File Co, newspaper files, 5 at $2, 1 at $1.65 

Graves Bros, 2 Yale padlocks $2.50 ; sundry $1.07 

Leblanc, J O, office chair $8.50 ; McMillan, A. clock $6 



Senate ($337.34). 

Bailey, Geo, smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Baizane, A, roping for cornice, 20 ft at 35c 

D Amour & Cie, Hull, 1100 ft lumber at $20 

Desrivieres, J A : sundry woodwork for porch $17.08 ; cartage $1 

Harris & Campbell : 8 pine circles $1 .75 ; 21 pine brackets $1 .75. 

Marshall & Fudge, cleaning carpet, 2096 yds at 4c ; less short paid 50c 

Parr James A : lumber, s 2 s, 510 ft of 1 in at $40, 250 of ^ in at $35, 250 of § in at $30 ; cart- 
age 50c 

Ottawa Gas Co : gas log and pr andirons for Speaker of Senate private dining room $11.50 ; 
heater for wine room 90c 

Ross, The C Co : drapery, 5^ yds at $3.50 : cord, &c $1.21 ; making curtains $1 

Trudel, H A : sewing cover fur divan 50c ; sewing cover on door 50c 

Weidenbach, H, restoring and relining portraits of the Speakers in the Senate Lobby, 8 at $7. 50 

Supreme Court ($186.06). 

Bailey, Geo, smithwork, Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bowie Geo H, Nepean sandstone, 14 ' 24 tons at $2 

Desrivieres, J A, 1£ in har *wood flooring, 110 ft for $5 

Lahaise Freres, antique oak office desk 

Ligget, Thos, Axminster carpet 

May, Geo & Sons, pinked trimming, 38 ft at 15c 

Ross, The C Co, making and putting up 2 shades 



cartage 25c 



Trade and Commerce ($97.06). 

Bailey Geo, smithwork Oct 1, 1898 to June 30, 1900 

Bryson, Graham & Co : tin rollers, 10 at $4.80, 8 at $2 ; tassels, 12 at 8c 

Butterworth & Co, tin box made to order 

Ligget, Thos, cork, 9 yds at $1 ; May Geo & Sons, 2 prs leather trunk handles $1.20. 

Minister without Portfolio, Hon. Mr. Sutherland ($14). 

Trudel H A : making 3 curtains $4.50 ; sewing cluth on door 50c 

Woods, James W, 1 set awnings and iron , 



$ cts. 



>,583 64 


43 00 

14 00 


110 12 


76 65 
20 10 
16 83 


125 54 
6 50 


59 79 
37 30 
15 40 

10 00 

11 65 
3 57 

14 50 


72 72 
7 00 

22 00 

18 08 
3 50 

83 34 


37 15 


12 40 

20 15 

1 00 

60 00 


71 25 
28 4S 
5 25 
21 00 
52 50 



Clerk of Works Branch of Public Works Dept. (-$17,527.22). 



Adams, Samuel, street car tickets, A pi 11-Nov 16, 1899 

Archambault, Jos: pure orange shellac, 5 galls at $3; ,sundrv colours in oil, 135 lbs at 25c, 

125 at 20c; whiting, 336 lbs at He ; sundries $7.25 * 

Baizane, A, rope ornament, 20 ft at 25c 

Bank of Montreal, rent q| N us. 154- and- 156 Wellington st, used as Govt workshop, Jan 

1-April 30, 1901), 4 to at $54.16 

Bate, H N & Sons : W C cement, 5 brls at $2.20, cartage 25c ; 8 bags rock wall plaster $5.60, 

bags 48c .., 



Carried forward 118,111 31 



5 70 

1 88 



11 90 
64 90 
10 00 
10 20 


5 00 
9 00 



3 25 



86 04 
5 00 


216 64 


17 33 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
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V-109 



Ottawa Building* : Repairs, Furniture, See.— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Clerk of Works Branch -Continued. 

Blyth & Watt : drawer pulls, 8 doz. at $4.50, 5 at $3.50 ; till locks, 2 doz at 86.50, 1 at $4 ; 1 
doz mtse looks $9 : 2 doz knobs $7.50 ; H <fe C hooks, 6 doz at $1.50 : N P escutcheons, 
L2prsatl0o 

Breton, Pre, clerk of works : streetcar tickets, 10 in to April 30, L900, 23 doz at 50c; carter 
50c ; ferry 70c ; telegram 25c 

Bronsons & Westons Lumber Co, 2x10x13 red pine, 4333 ft at $13 ; cartage §2.59 

Bryson, Graham & Co: damask, 24 yds at 75c, 107 at 70c ; cloth, 4 pes at $5.40; 41 yds 
enamel cloth $19.15 ; drill, 2 pea at $4.20, 6 at $4.80 ; rep, 45 yds at $1.25, 631 at$1.10 ; 
leather, 378J ft at 25c, 6 hides $90.39 ; leather gimp, (i pes at 90c, 6 at $2; 251^ yds grey 
cotton $16.25 ; coarse linen, 50 yds at 12Ac ; lining, 56 yds at 10c ; webbing, 240 yds at 
3c ; hessian, 56 yds at 12c ; hair,' 10 lbs at 65c, 50 at 40c, 25 at 35c, 50 at 30c ; fibre, 247 
lbs at 5c ; buttons, 2 bx at $6.30 ; 2bx nails $7 ; 5 doz perf seats $9.24 ; 4 x moss, 165 lbs 
at 12.',c ; springs, 150 lbs at 6c ; 18 balls spring twine $4.50 ; sundries $47.63 ; carpet, etc 
for clerk of works office, 38^ yds at 50c, making, etc $3.39 ; mirror $3.45 ; mat $6 ... 

Bull, Chas A, Montreal, 2 galls gold size 

Butterworth & Co : drawer locks, 2]4 doz at $7.50; Sin rotary window ventilators, 6 at 
$4.50; | in hair felt, 147 sq ft at 9c ; galv iron, 1100 lbs at 6c, 138 at 5fc, 199 at 4.V ; fire 
clay, 6 sacks at $1.50 ; sundries $37.02 . 

Canadian Granite Co, 1 load fine broken stone for electric pumps 

Charlebois D N : 2 doz brooms $8 ; 2 boxes soap $9 ; box pearline $4.50 ; box lye $4.50 ; doz 
scrubbing brushes $2.10 ; 2 doz clothes lines $4.20 

CharJeson, W G ($7,138.97)- 

Coloured paints, in oil : 100 lbs at 24c, 100 at 22*o, 350 at 22c, 400 at 20c, 825 at 18c ... 
Coloured paints, in japan and dry: 625 lbs at 12r,c, 904 at 12c, 581 at 7c, 553 at 6c, 1000 at 

5c, 300 at 4c, 336 at 2£c . . .' " 

Enamel, 300 tins at 25c ; gearing red 100 lbs at 75c, 36 at 45c 

Dods white lead : 2 tons at $120, 2 at $140, 300 lbs at 7c 

Aluminum bronze, 50 lbs at $1.75 ; gold leaf bronze, spec 5 lbs at $4.50 ; light gold 

bronze, 50 lbs at $1.25 

Varnish : damar, 42 galls at $2, 50£ at $1.75 ; furniture, 43 galls at $1.50, 94$ at $1. . . 

( >range and white shellac, 5 galls at $3, 39| at $2.75, 15 at $2.25, 99g at $2 

Gold size, 43 galls at $2 ; gold size japan, 42g galls at $1.50 

French washed ochre, 1050 lbs at 7c, 500 lbs at 6c 

Black japan, 5 galls at $1.25, 10 at $1 ; 100 lbs lampblack $13.50 

Meth spirits, 39*35 galls at $1.70 ; benzine, 46 galls at 25c 

Linseed oil, 213 galls at 55c ; turpentine, 271 galls at 90c, 10 at $1 

Eng. oxide, 40 kegs at $1.25 ; hard oil finish, 43 galls at $1.90 

Glue : French, 699 lbs at 15c ; gold medal, 350 lbs at 15c ; white 14S1 lbs at lOAc ; 

Lepage's, 22 tins for $6.75 

Puttv, 900 lbs at 2£ c, 1274 at 2c ; whiting, 8064 lbs at ^c 

Brushes : kalsomine, 2h doz at $72 ; 12 doz camel hair, $111.83 ; 26 doz fitches $73.80 ; 6 
doz red sable, oil $11.65 ; 6 doz red sable, water $36.07 ; 38i doz sundry paint $721.55 ; 

painter's dusters, 2 doz at $14.40, 2 at $15 . . 

Diamonds, (i at $5, 6 at $4.75 ; sash tools, 6 doz at $4.75 

Glass : 120 lights of grd, 684 ft at 16c ; 240 lights of £ roll, 1,518^ ft at 17c 

Glass, I). D : 30 x 64, 24 panes at $3.78 ; 28 x 64, 24 panes at $3.59 ; 38 x 48, 24 panes at 

$3.34 ; 28 x 58, 24 panes at $2.97 ; 288 panes of sundry for $194.52 

Glass, D. D : 100 panes each case, 3 cases at $12.50, 6 at $11.50, 5 at $10, 10 at $8.75, 9 at 

$7.25 ; 6 cases (50 panes each) for $22.20 

Jap'd sign tins : 14 x 20, 6 doz at $9 ; 18 x 24, 6 doz at $12 

Fire sets, complete. 10 at $4.25 ; steel angles, 1,780 lbs at 5ic 

Locks : cyl till, 2 doz at $9.50 ; brass till, 8 doz at $5 ; cyfcun, 3 doz at $9, 3 at $8.50, 3 

at $7.50 

Yale night latches, 3 at $3, 12 at $2.50 ; 2 gr drawer handles $11 

Trucks, 4-wheeled $22, 2-wheeled $12 ; shovels, 16 at 90c 

Sand paper, 4 rms at $4 ; 416 gross screws $149.32 ; 44 kegs nails $164.25 ; sundry hard- 
ware, &c $181.53 

D'Amour & Cie, Hull, 1,500 ft lumber at $20 

Desrivieres, J A : 1 x 12 T & G, d 1 s, good, 3,035 ft at $18 ; 1 x 12 T & G, d 2 s, stock, 
7,104 ft at $25 ; .', in 1st qual pine, d 2 s, KD, 1,000 ft at $32, 1,509 at $33 ; 11 in pine 
flooring, clear, 2,000 ft at $31 ; H in 1st qual pine, d 2 s, KD, 2,000 ft at $42 ; l| and 2 in 
clear pine, d 2 s, KD, 3,818 ft at $45, 1,332 at $50 ; 2 in flooring, KD, 1,500 ft at $40 : 1 
in maple flooring, 1st qual, KD, 2,145 ft at $35 ; h in V joint, 2,000 ft at $25 ; KD bass- 
wood, d 2 s, 2,000 ft of \ in at $30, 8,597 at $28, 3,000 at $27, 605 at $25, 1,495 of 1 in at 
$35 ; 1 in flooring, 1,500 ft at $10 ; H in sidings 1,500 ft at $12 ; 3 in rocky elm, 383 ft at 
7c ; 312 lengths of birch wire cap and moulding $32.38 ; 1st qual laths, 80 bundles at 25c ; 
blocks made to pattern, 380 at 5c ; sundries $73.27 ; sawing and dressing $28.16 ; cartage 

.07 : 



$28. 



Dupont, J C : doz brooms $3.25 ; 2 doz clothes lines |3 
soap $3.75 ; 1,500 bags $3.95. 



box pearline $4.50 ; box Sunlight 



Carried forward ) 128,039 



$ cts. 

lis, 111 31 



97 20 



12 '.15 
58 oi 



747 00 
6 00 


191 01 
2 50 


32 30 


352 00 


330 85 
166 20 
541 00 


172 50 
330 72 
356 47 
149 50 
103 50 
29 75 
78 39 
371 05 
131 70 


408 46 
104 43 


1,193 70 
87 00 

367 56 


522 84 


331 45 

126 00 
140 40 


134 00 
50 00 
48 40 


511 10 
30 00 



1,593 38 

18 45 



v- no 



AUDITOR GEN ERA US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c— Continued. 

Brought forward 



Clerk of Works Branch of Public Works — Continued. 

Dupuis, D. Hull : good sidings, P 2 s, 2,000 ft of U in and 2,000 ft of 1 in at $45 ; 1 in pine P 

2 s, 4,000 ft at $40 ; H in good pine, P 2 s, 2,84(5 ft at $50 ; 1£ in go d strips, P 2 s, 3,000 
ft at $40 ; h in P 2 s, 2,000 ft at $25 ; 2 in rough planks, 4,000 ft at $15 ; sundry, 832 ft at 
$22, 1,000 at $20, 3,020 at $18, 1,005 at $1(5, 2,179 at $13 ; sundries $53.31 ; cartage $10. . 

Edwards, W C & Co, Ltd : basswood, 2,000 ft of 1 in at $32, 2,000 ft of h in at $20, 1,000 at 
$25, 2,000 ft of | in at $20, 1,000 ft of \ in at $22 ; 1 in KD clean pine, d 2 s, 3,000 ft at 
$50 ; 1 in matched d 2 s, 3,000 ft at $22, 5,000 at $20 ; sundries $11.05 ; sawing timber 
$7.50; cartage $4. 25 

Klhs, J H, street car tickets, 12 m to Mch 3, 1900, 4 doz 

English Paintoff Co, London E, 10 galls pain toff and drum 

Expanded Metal and Fireproofing Co, steel lath, 1,000 yds at 25c 

Forgue & Vezina, St Johns P Q, metal polish : 1 gross No 2 white $24, 1 gross of 12 oz $72, 
1 gross of G oz paste $12, 5 galls at $4 ; jars, boxes and packing $5.10 ' 

Gingras, Ls, repairing workmen's tools 

Gingras, L P, Quebec, blind fasteners, 5 gross at $7.20 

Graves Bros : sheet lead, 554 lbs at 7c ; ingot tin, Gli lbs at 36Aq ; galv iron, 312 lbs at 7c ; 
solder, 50 lbs at 35c ; bolts, 4 doz at $4.80 ; drawer pulls, 3 doz at $3.35 ; Yale cup locks, 
8 at SI . 75 ; 6 kegs nails $16 . 55 ; glue, 25 lbs at 25c, 3 galls at $2 . 40 ; 11 padlocks $11 . 10 ; 
sundry hardware, etc $234.41 

Harris & Campbell: cana, 14 lbs at $1; 36 perf seats $7 80; sundries $20.11 ; machine 
work $7 . 38 

Hay, N: sash cord, 2 doz at $8, 2 at $2.25, 2 at $1.75, 104 lbs at 55c; sundry hardware, 
etc $28. 70 

Horwood, H & Sons, releading and retoning 2 leaded lights, 42 T 7 2 ft at $1 ; iron bars and 
screws 60c. . . 

Howe J G, 10 galls Howe's wall preparation 

Landry T, cartage Jan 30-May 19, 1900 : 20 d at $7.25 ; 2 loads baggage $4 

Lawson, Thos, basket grates, 26 at $1 . 50 

Limoges, E : colours, 260 lbs at 20c ; sundries $51 .91 \ 

Marchand J T et Cie, Montreal, 35 pes 1^-in good cherry, 468 ft at 15c 

May, Geo & Sons : 12 prs trunk handles $8.25 ; 9 prs loops $3.15 ; 2 bx saddle soap 50c 

Montgomery B, S & Son, 4 sacks hair at $1 . 20 

McAllan & Blyth : 1 doz Yale locks $33 ; sundries $61 .44 

McCullough, G W, 3 brls White Cross cement at $2.75 

McDougal & Cuzner : bronze drawer pulls, 18 doz at $2.50 ; Yale latches, 12 at $2.50 ; Yale 
locks, 12 at $2.50 ; brass drawer locks, 4 doz at $6 ; brass handles, 6 doz prs at $4 ; manila 
rope, 122 lbs at 15c ; ^-in wire flag line, 75 ft at 35c ; 5 doz till locks $26.40 ; 3 doz cup- 
board locks $13.30; 8 kegs wire nails $21.50; spec moulding nails, 214 lbs at 7c ; Fair- 
banks scales, 2 500 lbs $25, 1 240 lbs $10 ; rubber tire warehouse truck $11 ; sundry hard- 
ware, tools, etc $162 .15 

MacLean, Roger & Co, rent of building on Wellington St used as a workshop, 6 m to Dec 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co : calcined plaster, 6 brls at $2 . I2h ; plaster Paris, 8 biis at $2.25. 

Parr, James A : 1 and 2 in, clear S 2 sides, 5,019 ft at $60 ; No 1 d 2 sides, 5,000 ft of 1^ and 
li in, at $50, 2,790 of 1 in at $40 ; basswood, S 2 sides, 3,000 ft of 1 in at $35, 2,000 
of I in at $25 ; 1,000 ft of i in V sheeting $30 ; 2-in plank, 2,000 ft at $15 ; 1 x 8, S 2 sides, 
800 ft at $25 : cartage $10T50 

Pyke Jas W & Co, Montreal : turpentine, 170 42 galls at 55c ; boiled linseed, 171g galls at 
57c ; 6 doz brushes for $25 ; discount wrongly deducted in 1897 98 $8.02 

Quebec Fire Assurance Co, insurance on tuols, year to March 10, 1900 

Robillard, Alex, 50 bush of lime at 18c 

Robillard, H & Son : rubble stone, 5| toise at $7 ; lime, 50 bush at 20c, 25 at 22c 

Ross, The C Co : crimson cloth, 40| yds at $2.25 ; green clotn, 6 if yds at $2.25 ; blue cloth, 
93ij yds at 95c ; crimson rep, 66 yds at $1.50 ; cotton, 135-£ yds at 5c ; canton, 62^ yds at 8c. 

Roy Ant, 25 sticks for beating - carpets 

Safety Portable and Adjustable Balcony Co : portable balcony, 2 at $25 : floor hooks, 83 prs 
at 25c ' 

Sarrazin, C, driving chief architect and Mr Breton 

Seybold J A & Co : felt, 35 yds of green and 40i of red at $2.25 ; batting, 100 lbs at 10^c, 300 
at 9gc ; canton flannel, 64^ yds at 10c ; grey cotton, 124i yds at 5jc ; silesia, 52 yds at 10c. 

Slater & Sherwood, rent of lot No 11 south side Wellington St 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Stephen "Bros : white shellac, 5 gals at $3 ; orange shellac, 8.V gals at $2.50 ; 225 lbs white lead 
$14.40 ; whiting 1758 lbs at lc : plate glass, 1 of 32 x 79 at $11, 1 of 28g x 51 at $8, 5 of 
345 x 47 at $7.25, 5 of 34| x 38, $5.75 ; D D glass, 28i x 58i, 16 panes at $2.50, 28g x 63, 

3 panes at $3.50 ; sundries $100.12. .' 

Storey D : 1000 ft of 1-in ash $30 ; 1 x 12, T & G, 4160 ft at $18 ; 2-in plank, 2286 ft at $16 ; 

i x 10, d 2 s, 1500 ft at $23 ; 3 x 11, 1950 ft at $23 ; sundry, 500 ft at $40, 500 at $35, 500 
at $22, 500 at $20 ; B W ornaments, 220 at 8c ; 14 ft poles, 103 at 15c ; birch legs, 11 at 
60c. 27 at 50c, 1 set at $3, 4 at $2.50, 15 at $2, 3 at $1.50, 5 at $1.25, 13 at $1 ; dressing, 
&c $45.24 ; cartage $6.25 ; sundries $67.76, 



$ cts. 
128,039 08 



918 84 



529 80 


2 00 


13 38 


250 00 


133 10 


18 00 


36 00 



419 33 

49 29 

109 90 



43 16 
15 00 

149 01 
39 00 

103 91 

70 20 

11 90 

4 80 

94 44 

8 25 



481 88 

325 00 
30 75 



908 24 



224 


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112 


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9 00 


55 


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436 


97 


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75 


(1 75 


227 


(i!) 


360 00 



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302 85 



518 45 



135,125 52 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT . EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 111 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Clerk of Works Branch of Public Works Concluded. 

Vaive Pr : sand, 93 yds at 7'n ; navel, 4.\ yds at $2 

Waggoner Ladder ( '<>. London, Ont ; Waggoner extension ladders, 1 -30 ft §0, 1 42 ft $10.50 

Wilson James, BB cloth, 35 yds at $1.10 

Woods, James W, 2-15 ft Dominion flags at $16.50 

Wright & Co, Hull, lime, 50 bus at 16c, 50 at 20c 

Mechanical Branch of Public Works Dept. (99,822.08). 

Abeam & Soper ($887.84)— 

Annunciator wire, No IS, 51 1 lbs at 40c ; No 10 F C wire, 470 ft at 4J*c 

Blue silk cord, 2 conductor, 220 ft at 9£c, 3 conductor 120 ft at lO.^c, 4 conductor, 115 ft 
at 15je, 5 conductor, 1 r-?0 ft at lOic. . . . 

C C batteries, complete, 72 at si, 2 number, King annunciators, 4 at §3.50 

Three inch, wood box, P and C bells, IS at $1 . 10. 

Two light electric standard fixtures with swinging arms, 8 at $8 . 10 

Electric brackets : 3 It, S at $10.10 : 1 It. 2 at §2. 10 ; double swing, 3 at $2.75 

Four light electrolier §24 ; hall fixture $13.75 

Four light electric cluster fixtures, S at §3 ; 8-in McCreary reflectors, 12 at .$1.35 

Pear push rosettes, 48 at 35c ; pear pushes, 48 at 50c, 48 at 35c 

Portables, no fittings, 8 at §2.50 ; shades, 03 at 50c, 35 at 55c 

Edison base lamps, frosted, loo V : 50 c p, 30 at 65c, 30 at GOc ; 32 c p, 50 at 40c, 16 c p, 
300 at 32c . 

Gem wire holders, with porcelain insulators, 75 at 31c. ........ . 

Sundries $88.75 ; 14-in 100 V electric fan motor complete $23 ; repairs §15.45. 
Anderson & Crannell : 1 14-in electric fan with guard $25; 3 wire porcelain cleats, 125 prs 

at 2k- ; flex conduit, 10 ft at 7c 

Anderson, R : cleat rosettes, 50 at 20c ; R C wire No 10, 200 ft at 4^c ; sundries §27. SO 

Pate, H N & Sons, 1 brl c al oil, 43 ■ 84 gals at 20c 

Pelanger M. A, 5 imp gals of pure alcohol, 95 pc at §5 50 

Poyden & Son : 18 Argand shades §13.50 ; 18 shade holders $9 

Bryson, < J-raham & Co : sheeting, 12 yds at 23c ; linen rollers, 8 at 44c ; lanterns, 6 at 75c ; 

sundries §2 . 60 . 

Butter worth & Co : gas logs, 3 sets at §10.50 ; 1 set brass dog irons $7 . 50 ; 3 Richelieu closets 

at $15 ; 14-in pat overflow basins. 12 at $1, 9 at $1.10 ; enamel bath §40 ; copper pantry 

sink §7. 5o ; basin cocks, 6 at §1.25 ; 1-in galv pipe, 153f ft at llic; H-in iron pipe, 240 

ft for $27 ; 98 H-in elbows §17.72; sheet lead, 775 lbs at §6.40, 396 at §5.75; H-in 

Jenkins globe valves, (i at §3.25; galv cornice 21\ ft at 50c; 234 lbs galv iron $13.52; 

hydraulic packing, 1H lbs at 90c; 190 lbs lead pipe §12.32 ; 4-in soil pipe, 40 ft at 30c; 

800 boss washers $10 ; ingot tin, 28 lbs at 35c; 200 lbs red lead §14 ; sundries §316.84 ; 

rubber gl >ves, 2 prs at §3 ; stepladder, 3 of 12 ft at $3, 1 of 14 ft §3.25 

Campbell W J, bending T irons, 32 hrs at 40c 

Canadian General Electric Co : sockets, 100 at 18c, 50 at 16c; sundries $18.66, packing 90c 
Cavanagh, The Edward Co, Montreal: 2^-in " Thistle " brand hose, 1,000 ft at 45c; N P 

couplings, 20 prs at $3.50 ; 234 C I tees, 212 elbows and 120 plugs §71.61 

Charlebois D N : 130f galls best Am. coal oil, $33.76, 3 brls §2.35; 2 bx Gilletts lye $8.50; 

2 box tar soap §8 ; 2 doz brooms §6 ; sundries §10.95 

Charlebois, J O : 2 doz brooms $8 : box laundry soap §4.30 ; sundry §1.70 

Charleson, WG: 4 rubber mats, 40£ lbs at 90c; ingot block tin, 105 lbs at 40c; Jenkins 

globe valves, 6 at $5; linseed oil, 45 '29 galls at 75c; steel shovels, 6 at $1, 12 at 75c. ; 

coal scoops, 12 at $1.10; boiler tube cleaners, 2 at §5; 1,022 lbs iron for §25.48; Low- 
moor iron, 195 lbs at 7c, 225 at 6c; lead pipe, 129 lbs at 8c; steel, 115^ lbs at 10c, 100 

at 12c; 200 ft braided sash cord, 2H lbs at 60c; 20 gross screws $10.61 ; sundries §102.07. 
Chisnall, Thos W : Comox disinfectant, 25 galls at §2 ; 6 Wests disinfectant machines $6 
Cote & Coursolles ($1,743. 17)— 

Silk cable : 2 wire, 108 ft at 8c. ; 3 wire, 87 ft at 12c; 4 wire, 83 ft at 16c; 7 wire, 84 ft 
at 28c; 16 wire, 86 ft at 64c; 19 w ire, 81 ft 76c 

Wire : No 14 Office B, 102', lbs at 45c; No 14 R C, 3,600 ft at 4c, 1,570 at 3c; No 18 An, 
HO lbs at 40c 

No 16 flex cord, 6,290 ft at 3c. ; Gi imshaw tape, 17 lbs at §1 

Cutouts, 51 at 25c, 50 at 22c; rosettes. 169 at 22c 

Sockets, 431 at 25c, 39 at 40c ; .switches, 12 at 65c, 6 at 60c, 88 at 55c . . 

Plugs, 66 at 25c, 70 at 24c, 90 at 16c ; cleats, 400 prs at 3c, 200 at 5c . . 

Bushings, 409 at 3c: cord adjuster-, 169 at 4c; Sq zincs. 288 at 8c 

Argand shades and holders. 24 at $1.05 : aluminum half shades, 77 at 65c 

Shades : 7 at S5c, 6 at 75c, 18 at 60c, 90 at 55c, 294 at 50c, 7 at 45c 

McCrearv shades, 9 at $1.50 ; shad.' holders, 508 at 10c 

Gem wire holders, 100 at 35c, 100 at 25c, 50 at 18c 

Portable lamps, 13 at $2.50, I, $6, 1. $4 ; 3 It electrolier $16 

Microphone batteries, 50 at §1.00 ; 15 pts annunciator §18 



$ cts. 
135,125 f»2 



Carried foi ward 139,883 02 



V-112 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, See.— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Feb 6 to Apl 5, 1900, 179 



brass 



Mechanical Branch— Continued. 
C6te & Coursolles— Con. 

Sundries $72.94 ; 27J ft brass tubing $10.52 . . 

Putting gooseneck and connecting portable lamps, 24 at $2.15. ••• ■ 

Dupont J C : 3 doz $9.90 ; 2 cases lye $8. SO ; 2 cases matches -$7.50 ; 2 boxes Q L soap $7 ; 2b 

lbs tallow $2.80 ; 24 lbs sperm candles $3.96 ; 10 lbs cotton wick $3 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co : nickel plating brass plugs, 51 at 5c; contract pins, nickel, 21 

at 10c 

Eyre W J : 1 doz qts Sulpho Napthol $9.25 ; freight 45c 

Gall, Schneider Oil Co, Montreal : extra Empire engine, 351 "27 galls at 55c; Empire cylinder, 

39-73 galls at 60c; light filtered, 41'16 galls at 60c 

Gilliott, Frank : 5 galls Coinox fluid $10 ; 1 roll piping $1. 

Coyer, David, repairing watchman's clock . • ■ : ■• • 

Graves Bros : galv iron, 378 lbs at 7c; No 5 Sultana stove (old) $13 ; 2|-m iron gate valves, 

2 at $5.85 ; 39 files $16.23 ; sundries $70.82 • 

Gurney Foundry Co, Toronto, 6 Nason, rad bases and tops ... ■•••■•••■-■ • • • ■ , 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg Co, Toronto : pyramid bluestone packing, 06 lbs at 50c 29 at 

54c : spec pressed packing, 25 lbs at 40c, 25 at 36§c ; 45 gaskets, 32i lbs at 90c ; 100 ft^-m 

4 ply linen hose and couplings $13.50; 2§-in hose washers, 13^ lbs at $1.50; i 

$15.42 - 

Harris & Campbell : 142 switch bases $10.20 ; sundry $6.05. . 
King Wm, disbursements for street car tickets for workmen 

tickets at 6 for 25c •■ ■ • •• •••••■ •' •; .- •• 

Lawson Thos ; iron castings, 10,126 lbs at 4c ; brass castings, 5o lbs at 30c, 1/ at 45c ; 

valve caps, 31 at $1.25, 58 at $1.50 ; foundry work, 52 hrs at 40c ; sundry $7.80 ; over- 

Lew?s , Bros& Co:' 1-in iron pipe, 635£ft at $4. 10 ; \ in brass ground face unions, 28 at 45c ; 
1-in cast return bends, 158 at 10c ; coil stays, 15 prs at $1.60. Jenkins globe valves, 28 of 
l-in, at 65c, 14 of £-in at 45c ; enamel resistance tubes, 2 at $7 ; bushings, elbows, tees, 

LlovV'Wm A :'aicohol,'l3| gals' at $5.50 ';' 200 lbs powdered sal ammonia $22; sundry $11.94. 
May, Geo & Sons : russet leather tool bags, 2 at $5.25 ; 83 ft leather belting $19.47 ; sundries, 

©Q gg , 

Mills A K & Son : 1 '3-hole basin top, li-in thick $26 ; 5 basin tops for $35 ; 5 basin tops, 30| 

ft at $1.25, 7 T V at $1 ; repolishing basin top & new back $3.50. . . . . . . . 

Mitchell, The Robert Co, Montreal : 100 It gas meters, 3 at $60 ; electroliers, 3 6-lt at $12, 

1 3-lt $8, extra length, 17* f t at 30c 

McAvity, T& Son, St John NB ($498.43)— _ e ifc>M ,. _„ . 

Jenkins globe valves : 2-in, 6 at $4.81 ; 1§. m, 6 at $3 02A ; lj-m, 6 at $2 20 ; m, 36 at 
$1.54. 24 at $1.40 ; f-in, 36 at $1.21 ; |-m, 24 at 88c, 24 at 80c ; §-m, 24 at 68f c, 24 at 
60c ; i-in, 24 at 60-^c 24 at 55c • ■ • • 

McShane check valves : 2-in, 3 at $4.69 ; lfc-in, 6 at $3.19 ; 1 m, 18 at $1.69 

Jenkins oval disc angle valves 1-in, 24 at $2.15 

Waste couplings : 1-in, 12 at $1 ; fin, 12 at 90c . . •••••• 

Basin plugs and washers, 2 dcz at $5 ; 1 doz N P basm cocks $18 

Sundry cox and valves 

McCullough G W, 2 tons smiths coal • ■•••••. ■ ■ ■ • ;• • 

McEachern Heating & Ventilating Co, 1 No 4 medium blower with electric motor attached 
Ottawa Electric Co : 2 It electroliers, 7 at $3.25 ; cardboard shades, 11 doz at $3 ; shades 

6496±, 16 at $1.10 ; table lamp $8 ; sundries $15 . . . . . . . . ...... 

Ottawa Fire Proof Supply Co : Asbestine paint, 50 lbs at 20c ; sundries $14.65 . 
Ottawa Gas Co : 6 No 51 globes $12 ; 3 heaters $3.05 ; 1 3-ring pot plate $3.o0 ; rep 

Parr James A, special hard wood wire moulding and cap. 20 1 ft at 57|c : cartage 50c 

Queen City Oil Co : L F cylinder oil, 370^ galls at 60c, -70 at 50c; Pratt s Astral, 44 "88 galls 

at 25c ; packages, 14 at 75c 

Reiffenstein, G, Babcock charges, 24 boxes at $4.20 

Robertson, James Co, Montreal : Kenny closet $32 ; urinals 6 at 

RoberteomThosfe^^^ P*pe. -$280.34; 1744^ ft of i to 

H-in galv pipe $182.38; § Jenkins globe valves, 18 at 62|c ; 1-m angle valves, 24 at $2 

afr-el clad bath, etc $18 ; sundries $34.77 

Roche H G. inspecting gas meters, no voucher ... 

Ross, The C Co : towelling, 20 yds at 17£o ; cotton, 3 yds at 18c 

Royal Electric Co, Montreal ($342.04)— 

No 16 C C cable, 5,108 ft at ljc ; R C wire, 3,400 ft of No 14 at $12 a M, 2,385 of No 15 
at $15.75, 500 ft of No 10 at $21, 200 ft of No 8 at $29 

Shades : 7-in green, 75 at 40c; 7-in aluminum reflector, 75 at 60c 

Swinging electric brackets, 10 at $2.75 ; 8 portables $10.15 

Slate base portable fixtures, 6 at $2.25 ; sundries $32.20 . 

Key sockets, 65 at 15c, 19 at 18c ; cleat rosettes, 50 at 13c, 9 at 14c 

Union Drug Store, 2 galls absolute alcohol at $6 



Carried forward . 



cts. 



139,883 02 



83 46 
51 60 

42 96 

4 65 
9 70 

241 74 

11 00 

4 75 

138 21 
49 20 



156 25 
16 25 

7 46 
583 79 

223 19 
108 19 

38 85 

110 02 

229 25 



291 75 
63 63 
51 60 
22 80 
28 00 
40 65 
13 00 

175 00 

96 35 

24 65 

25 55 
12 00 

379 02 
100 80 

59 00 



577 14 

145 50 

4 04 



162 76 
75 00 
37 65 
45 70 
20 93 
12 00 



144,458 06 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-113 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Mechanical Branch — Continue!]. 



Victor Oil Co: 2 in "Victor" spring cans $3, 1 compression cup $2 

Victoria Foundry : 18 cast roller grates, 873 lbs at 4c ; 90 grate bars, 3,662 lbs at 3c ; sundry 

$7.23 ; cartage §1 . . . 

Walworth Mfg Co, Boston, 4-in dial standard thermometer for h w heater 

Wiirtele J W Co : 4^-in pipe covering, IS ft at 47c ; pipe, 18 ft at 18c ; sundry 90c 



Art Gallery and Fishery Exhibit rV .60). 



Bailey Geo, fixing rope on flag pole 

Btyson, Graham & Co : h doz towels $1 ; 3 doa soap 75c. 



Centre Block, Generally ($427.97). 

Bailey Geo : repairing iron work on roof, 306 hrs at 30c ; 395 lbs iron §15.80 ; sundries $13.12 ; 

repairing iron door in main tower $17.60 

Bowie, Geo H,Nepean sandstone, 2*875 tons at $2 

Goyer, David, care of tower clock, 18 m to June 30, 1900 

May, Geo & Sons, new belt for ventilating fan, 29 ft fo*- 

Piche P, cleaning chimneys, Senate and Commons, 58 at 43c 

Robertson, Thomas & Co, Montreal, to conduct gas for heating purposes : 645i ft of f to lh 

in iron pipe $30.67; sundries $10.10 

Victoria Foundry, 1 15-in x 3-in pulley for ventilating fan 

W< K)ds, -lames W, 25 ft Dominion Hag and ensign 



East and West Blocks, Generally ('$'932.54). 

Bailey, Geo, repair- to loof of East block : 241 hrs at 30c, 31 at 20c ; bolts and screws, -SI. 77 
Bryson, Graham & Co, for Mr Leamy, Capt of pump house E B : iron bed, spring and 
' mattrass $9.70; pr pillows $3.10; comfort $6.25; blankets $3.25; wardrobe $7.25; 

bookcase $7 . 25 ; hall rack $4 . 75 ; sundries $8 . 95 

Butterworth & Co : girth cornice, 65A ft at 30c ; nails and solder 83c ; fitting up cornice 

pump room West Block, 23 hrs at 40c 

De;rivieres, J A : pine, A x 2, d 4 s, 215 lengths at 10c ; lh x 1\, 150 lengths at 8c ; sundries 

$32.43 ; cartage $1 .75 

Edwards, W C & Co, Ltd, for West block : 2 doors and fanlights $21 ; 3 door frames $11.80; 

20 pes architrave $8.90 ; sundries $18.60 ; cartage 25c 

Fensom Elevator Works, Toronto, ^-in Tilter rope for W B, 86 ft at lie 

Goyer David : repairing clock entrance East block $3 ; repairing, etc 2 clocks West block $4.50 

Harris & Campbell, covering 1 bed quilt for Mr Leamy, E B 

McMillan, A : repairing entrance clock W B $2 ; repairing switch room clock $1 

Orr, Robt, heavy wire screen for pump house E B, 14g sq ft at 30c 

Ottawa Electric Co, supply of current for 12 H P motor in East Block, Apl 10, 1899 to May 

1, 1900, 13 m at $40 ' 

Piche, P, cleaning chimneys : East Block, 82 at 32c ; West Block, 124 at 32c ; Mackenzie 

Tower, 8 at $3 

Ross, The C Co, 4^ yds linoleum and laying for elevator East block 



West Block : Neio Boilers ($553.96). 

Butterworth & Co : fire bricks, 12000 at $25.75, 1000 special $27.75 ; cartage $15 

Canty, Pat, foreman, June 1-7, 1899, 7 d at $3.50 

Charleson W G, iron, rivets and screws . . 

D' Amour & Charlebois, 200 battens at 12c : cartage 50c 

Dupuis, D, Hull, 1719 ft lumber at $13 ; cartage $1 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co, nickel plating iron brackets, etc 

Lawson, Thos : iron castings, 2277 lbs at 4c ; brass castings, 3h lbs at 30c ; foundry work, 4 h 

at 40c " 

Montgomery R S & Son, 1 sack hair 

Robillard, Alex, 5 pes stone, 21$ ft at 35c, 7 : \ at 2oc 

Vaive Pr, sand, 10 yds at 75c 

Drain—NcwS".,,,,!,, Water Works ($115 .41). 

McDongal & Cuzner : 150 battery exploders $15 ; dynamite, 179 sticks at 25c ; blasting horn 
2V ; shovel handle 30c 

Ottawa Water Works : 1— 4-in valve $8 ; reducer $2.35 ; 5 days labour $8 ; bends, 2 at $2 88 : 
single branches, 1—8 x 8 $7.20, 4—8 x 6 $22 ; 2 bonnets $1.70 



$ ci . 
144, 45S 06 



60 30 

55 01 



Carried forward . . . 



146,669 63 



1— 8v 



V-114 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Green House ($712.38). 

Bailey, Geo- 6 ventilator fastenings, $11.08 ; 18 pulleys and screws, $ 1.80 

Belanger, M A, muriatic acid $2.40 ; moth balls 15c 

Butterworth & Co, galv iron, 286 lbs at 5fc, 258 at 7c 

Edwards, W C & Co, Ltd: material per contract, $529; extra, $24.96; less $145 paid inl 

^ii' 1898 99. See page Q— 49 

Landry, T, carting 3 loads of flowers from Greenhouse to Exhibition and back, Sept. 1899 . . . 

Woods, James W, making and putting up, complete, 24 large blinds at $2.75, 36 small at 

$2 . 50 ; cotton for blinds, 243 yds. at 32ic, case and paints 50c 



Paris Exposition (-$42)- 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co, 8 drawer oak letter filing cabinet with lock attachment, complete 
Oliver, J & Son. 1 set of 100 pigeon-holes (in two pieces) 



Sundry Expenses ($886.49). 

Cole's National Mfg Co, repairing flags 

Lapointe, Moi'se, contract for 1380 lbs ice delivered daily from May 1 to Nov 1, 1899, 253,920 

lbs at 10c. a cwt 

Parr, James A, lumber for covering steps of public buildings : 1 x 16, 5000 ft at $25, 1 x 12, 

9026 at $18, cartage $7 .01 

Freight and express: C A Ry $25.86; Can Express $4.55; C PRy $12.09; Dom Express 

$6.80 ; O & A P S Ry $1.13 ; O F Co $1.75 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer's Account, $49.84 ; Stationery Office, Ottawa, $195.53. 

Detailed with other Votes ($216.35). 

Ottawa Buildings : West Block, reconstruction , . . . (Page V— 17) 

n H concreting floors, &c ......( n V — 86) 

ti ii new furniture ( » V — 87) 

Grounds ( „ V— 119) 

Dominion Buildings : maintenance ( n V — 154) 

Ottawa : Maria St. Bridge , . . 



Charged as follows : 

Ottawa Buildings : repairs . . . . (Carried to page V 

1900-1901 

Renewals and heavy repairs, Ontario (Page V— 83) 

Power for elevators, &c ( n V — 97) 

Rents : Ottawa and other Buildings ( n V — 120) 



4).. $100, 072 91 

. . . 40,895 80 

415 00 

533 00 

6,610 14 



Note— Of this total of $148,526.85, the amount of $27,865.70 is for bills due before July 1, 1899. 

Ottawa Buildings : Heating. 

Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co : inspection of steam boilers in Parliament and Depart- 
mental Buildings, 19 at $10 

Citizen's Gas Control Co : use of gas controllers, 12 m to Apl 4 1900 

Heney, John & Son, coal delivered under contract 1898-99 : 5804795 tons at $4.75, $27572.78 
less $24,299.12 paid in 1898-99 (page Q-70) 

Heney, John & Son, paid on account of coal contract for 1899-1900 (4522*67 tons having been 
delivered at contract rate of $4.65, $21,030.42) 

Heney, John & Son : hardwood, 103 "2 cords at $4,75 ; hoisting out of barge into carts at foot 
of canal, 277*785 tons of soft coal at 17c a ton ; carting from canal to coal shed, 277 '785 
tons coal at 45c 

Lomieux, Jos : mill wood for Printing Bureau, 261 cords at $1.50. . 

McCullough, G W : soft coal, 49*975 tons at $7.50 

Ottawa Gas Co, gas supplied for heating, July 1 '99- Jan 1 1900 at $1 a M ft ($487.60)— 

East Block, 16,000 cub ft 

West Block, 12,400 c ft : West Block (Extension) 61,400 c f t 

House of Commons, 39200 c ft ; The Senate, 90,000 cub ft 

Library of Parliament 24300 c ft ; Govt. Printing Bureau, 213,200 c f t 

Supreme Court (new wing) 1700 c ft, meter rent $3 , . . . , 

Geological Museum (small meter) 14100 c ft, meter rent $1.80 

Langevin Block, April 1, '99-Jan 1, 1900, 8400 c ft, meter rent $2.10 

Segouin, O : sawing wood. May 4-16, Aug 21-Sept 19, 36 d at $1.25 

Taillefer, Louis : charcoal, 119 bush at 20c 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
146,669 63 



12 88 

2 55 

34 51 



408 96 
18 00 

235 48 



22 00 
20 00 



16 75 

253 92 

294 47 

52 18 

23 80 

245 37 



4 15 
78 76 
32 70 

4 02 
88 22 

8 50 



148,526 85 



148,526 85 



190 00 


44 47 


3,273 66 


20,500 00 


062 40 


391 50 


374 80 


16 00 


73 80 


129 20 


237 50 


4 70 


15 90 


10 50 


45 00 


23 80 



25,993 23 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-115 



OUaiva Buildings: ll< -ating ;— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



.81 



White, James wood delivered under contract Oct 1 '97 ($4269 55) 

Mixed wood, 858*44 cords at $4.75 

Mixed wood, cut once, 5 cords at $6 

Mixed wood, cut twice, 17 cords at $6.50. ... ! .... 

Kindling wood 15'5 cords a1 $2.75 ; drawback of previous years, 
White James, sundry ($527)— 

Mixed hardwood, split and cut twice, 28 cords at §6.50 

Hardwood, sawn and split, 3 cords at $6; hardwood, 5 coed,-, at $5.50. 

Mixed hardwood, 42.;, cords al $ L75 : kindling wood, 35', oords at $2.75 ... 

Inspector of Scales : inspection oi scales, $2.50 ; repairs to coal scales, $5 95 

Loading coal hargeat Sorel : 7 labourers, 48| d in all at $1 ; 3 labourers, 164 d" in all at' 75c' 

Queen s Print r's account, $2.24 ; advertising, $15.80 

Parliament Bui/dings: Attending Heating Apparatus ($7,321.91). 

Engineer, Thos Wensley, 12 mos to June 30 at $85 

Asst. engineers at $62 : II Spence 12 m ; T Daly 12m (less 3 d in June) 

Firemen at $48 : F X Audette 12 m ; PFarrell, Dec-June, 7 m; A Hudon, Nov-May 6*48 m 

T Mulroney, Dec-May, 5.', m ; J Reeves, 12 m ; J Roy, 12 m 

Wood and coal men at $37.50 : T Binks, Dec-May, 5*49 m ; A Bourgeois, 12 m ; R Marineau 

12 m ; E Michaud, 12 m 

Man with horse and cart, James Gorman, 313d at $2 



Departmental Buildings: Attending Heating Apparatus ($10,425.44). 

West Block, engineer and fireman, M Gallagher, 12 m to June 30 at $55 

West Block, firemen at $48: J Dallaire, Dec 1-May 15, $263.23; P Dugai Nov 1-May ih' 

$311.23 ; Jno Hyland, Dec l-May 15, $263.23 ; D Matheson, Dec 8-Apl 10, $195 61 • R 

B Smith, Dec 25-Feb 28, $103 . 74 . . 

East Block, firemen at $48 : J B Belanger, Dec- June, $336 ; Michael Costello, 12 in' $576 •' P 

O Connor, Dec 16-Apl 17, $192.88; T Renaud, Nov 1-June 29, $382.40: A Ross 12 'm 

$57G ; T Whalen, Nov- June, $384 

Geological Museum, firemen : O Clairmont, Dec 1-May 15 at $48," $203 . 23 ;' D ' Gavin ' Dec 8 

Mar 31 at $48, $179 . 61 ; Geo MacDonald, 1 2 m at $53 

City Post Office, firemen at $48 : J Ethier 12 m (less 5 d in June), $568 ; N Martin' 12 in ' 

Supreme Court, engineer and fireman, Win Hill, 12 m to June 30 at $55 

Supreme Court, fireman, A Mason, Nov- June at $48 ; overpaid, 83c 

Helpers during April at $45.62 a m each : Jas Devine, M Mahon, E Paradis 

Wood and coal man at $45. 62 : Geo Turner Nov- June, 8 m 

Wood and coal men at $37.50 : J B Belanger, Nov, $37.50; A Dunn, Dec 18-May is' $183 27 

E Lachapelle, Dec 1-May 15, $205.65 ; O Langlois, Nov- June, $300 
^Od C ° al men ^ $1 - 25aday: HBiss °n, July-Aug, 53 d; Andy Racciot, Sept- June! 

Screening coal at $37 50 : M Creegan,' Dec 1-May 15, $205 .65 ; P Legau'lt,' Nov '22-Feb 10 

$99.64 ; Ph Marchand, Mar 17- June 30, $130.65 ; F X RieJ, 3 d in Feb, $4 02 
barters at $2 : L Beaucage, Nov- June, 189 d ; J B Boutin, Jan-Apl, 102 d ; M Lauzon," Nov' 

.Aplj loo Q . 



Receiving Coal at Ottatoa Buildings, June 27-Nov. 15, 1899. 



Receiving and weighing coal at $1.75 a day : P Farrell, $213.50 
Receiving and screening coal at $1.25 a day, P Legault $152.50. 



Lang ev in Block 



MF Smith, $213.50 



attending heating apparatus ($4,705.58). 

Engineer, John Cowan, July-Nov, Feb- April, 150 d at $3.50. 

Firemen, 12 m each at $45 : Martin Carroll, $540 ; J Daigneault, $540 ; J BDeiorme $540 '• 

M Lepine, $o40 ; O Ranger $540 

Pipe fitters : Win Mansfield, July 1-Feb 28 at $45, March 1- June 30 at $55';' Geo Sparks ' Sent 

ISov 1-Feb. 28 at $50, Mar 1-June 30 at $60. oparira, sept, 
Helper, A McDonald, 9 m at $45 . 62 



Printing Bureau : Engineers and Firemen ($3,663.70). 



Engineer, J H Thompson, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Asst. engineer, W H Graham, 12 m to June 30 at $65 . . . 

Firemen, 12 m each at $45.63: Jas Montgomery, $547.60; Nap Riendeau, $547 6o7"m 

L( >yer, >*'o4/ .60 

Carting and piling wood : 17 labourers, 85i d in all at $1 25 



carters, 47 d in all at $2. 



1-8^ 



Carried forward . 



$ Ota. 

25.!)!):; 23 



4,077 61 

30 00 

110 50 

51 H 

182 00 
45 50 

2!)!' 50 

s }:, 

61 VA 

18 04 



1,020 00 
1,481-80 

2,638 46 

1,555 65 

626 00 



660 00 



1,137 04 



2,447 28 



,078 84 
,144 00 
660 00 
384 83 
136 86 
364 96 


726 42 


391 25 


439 96 


854 00 



427 00 
152 50 



525 00 

2,700 00 

1,117" no 

410 58 



1,040 00 
780 00 

1,642 si. 

200 Mi) 



57,573 53 



V-116 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ottawa Buildings : Heating— Concluded. 

Brought forward , 

Elevator Service (-$6,165.76). 

Langevin Block, engineer of pumps, A Dugal, 12 m to June 30 at $60 

Langevin Block, fireman, D Planchet, 12 m to June 30 at $45 

Langevin Block, elevator attendants 12 m each at $45 : Thos Caron, $540 ; P Kilduff, $540 

Nap Proulx, $540 ; Ls RemUlar, $540 ; Wm Stirling, $540 ; J A St George, $540 

West Block, elevator attendant, D Goode, 12 m to June 30 at $45.62 

East Block, elevator attendant, J B Rioux, June 5 '99-June 30 1900 at $45 

East and West Blocks, elevator attendant relief, A Lessard, July $37.50, .Aug- June, 11 m at 

$45.62 

Sundry Watchmen ($2,642.25). 

East and West Blocks, watchman, Jas Little, 12 m to June 30 at $48 , 

Supreme Court, watchman, R Nash, July 1-Mar 31, 274 d at $1.25, Apl-June, 3 m at $48 . 

Rideau Hall, watchman, Geo Sleeraan, 365 d to June 30 at $1.50 

Government workshop, Jas Dunlop, 12 m to June 30 at $48 

Parliament Tower, caretaker, Geo Vincent, 365 d to June 30 at $1.25 



Coal Shed. 
Ray, C C : rent of coal shed at canal basin, 12 m to April 30, 1900. 



Experimental Farm ($1,055.51). • 

Heney, John & Son : sawn maple, 20 cords at $5.75 ; extra cartage, $15 

McCullough, G W, coal : furnace 124 '747 tons at $5.65 ; nut, 38 17 tons at $5.75; man trim 
ming 10 h, $1.25 

Sundry. 

Detailed in 1898-99 charged to 1899-1900 (Page Q— 72) 

Detailed with Ottawa Buildings Repairs ( .. V — 101) 



Less — Charged to Rents. . " 

m Dom'n Buildings Maintenance : Ex Farm. 

n Ottawa Buildings Lighting 

1900-1901 



.(Page V— 120) $ 400 00 
.( h V— 153) 1,055 51 
.( „ V-117) 3 17 
4,774 76 



$ cts 


57,573 53 


720 00 
540 00 


3,240 00 
547 44 
579 00 



539 32 



576 00 
486 50 
547 50 
576 00< 
456 25- 



400 00- 



130 00> 
925 51 



3,167 62 
180 00 



71,184 67 



6,233 44 



Total, carried to page V--4 



Ottawa Buildings : Lighting. 

Ahearn & Soper : 16 c p 110 v Edison lamps, 1,200 at 20c; Edison cleat receptacles 9 at 22c ; 

7-in green and white porcelain shades 50 at 50c; 2^-in shade holders, 50 at 90c per doz. . 
Canadian General Electric Co : 1(5 c p 110 v lamps, 200 at 20c ; arc lamp complete, $25 ; clear 

outer globes, 12 at $1 ; globes, holders, &c, $16.01 ; boxing $2.30 

Citizen Gas Control Co : use of gas controllers 12 m to Apl 4 1900 

Co be & Coursolles : Edison lamps, 100 volt, 1,000 of 16 c p at 20c, 200 of 32 c p at 45c ; West. 

lamps, 50 volt, 50 of .16 c p at 20c, 12 of 32 c p at 45c 

Ottawa Electric Co, contract for lighting government buildings, 12 m to June 30 1900, at the 

rate of 3,000 lights for $2.25 each a year, lights in excess of 3,000 at $2 each, average 

number of lights used 5,898'58, average rate $2"127: House of Commons, $3,525.17; 

Senate, $1,425.20; Library, $965.72; West Block, $2.227. 63; East Block, $1,440.06; 

Langevin Block, $1,622.99 ; Post Office, $614.74 ; Supreme Court, $339.28 ; Tower and 

grounds, $208.46 ; Interior Dept. over Bank of Ottawa, $93.60 ; Dominion Astronomer. 

$23 40; Observatory, Cliff St. (Nov 1-June 30) $11.35 ; Mr White, geographer (Nov 1- 

June 30) $38.29 ; Model Room, Sparks St (Nov 6-June 30) $11.17 

Ottawa Electric Co : Observatory, Cliff St, 4 lights at $20 a year : May 1 '98- Aug 1 '98, $5 ; 

May 1 '99-Nov 1 '99, $10 

Ottawa Electric Co : Fish Hatchery, Jan 10- Apl 29, 1900, $6.09 ; Metcalfe St, July 27-Oct 

29 '99, $3.33 ; 26 Nepean St, June 30-Nov 4 '99, $2.88 



Carried forward , 



64,951 23 



270 73 

95 31 
180 19 

305 .40 



12,547 06 
15 00 
12 30 

13,425 99 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-117 



Ottawa Bltlldlnga: Lighting— Concluded. 
' Brought forward 



■Ottawa Electric Co, 20 street lamps 12 m to A|>l 30 L900 al $85 a year each, less the sum of 

123.27 for 5(3 (Apl 26 30, date of fire) 11,676.73: Wellington St, 9; Chaudiere Bridge, 

1: Elgin St, 1; Metcalfe St, 1; Printing Bureau, 5; Experimental Farm, 2; New 

Edinburgh, 4 . . . . 

Ottawa Electric Co : arc lamp globes, 4 at $1 

Ottawa Gas Co, gas 9 m to Apl 1 1900 at $1.50 a M ft ($2,664.30)— 

I dominion ( Sovernment buildings (Parliament grounds), 333,100 ft 

Citv Post Office, 320,300 ft ; mete.' rent $6 

Customs Dept, Sparks St, 2,300 ft ; meter rent $2.10 

Interior Dept over Bank of Ottawa, 19,000 ft; meter rent $2.70 

( rovernment workshops, 392,400 ft ; meter rent $4.50 

French Translators, Clarence St, 111,130 ft ; meter rent $2.70 

Geological Museum, Baekerville Bdg, 1,300 ft ; meter rent $2.70 

Geological Museum, large meter, 138,600 ft ; meter rent $7.50 

< rovernment Printing Bureau, 417,200 ft 

Gas Inspector's Office, 2,100 tt; meter rent $1.80 

Langevin Block, July 1 - Oct 1 '99, 1,400 ft 

Ottawa t i-as Co : boulevard globes, 12 at $2 

Royal Electric Co : 50 volt :U watt lamps, 50 of 32 c p at 32c, 150 of 16 c p at 20c ; 100 volt 
* Ed. base lamps, 300 of 10 c p at 20c, 800 of 16 c p at 20c, 400 of 16 c p R B frosted at 22c ; 

packing $2.15 

Freight and express : C P Ry Co, $3.20 ; Can Atl. Ry Co, 67c ; Dom. Exp. Co. $2.15 ; Can. 

Exp. Co, $1.75 



Central Experimental Farm. 

Canada Atlantic Ry : freight from Buffalo on 5 brls of naphtha 

Ottawa Electric Co : 2 street lamps 12 m to April 30, 1900 at $85 each ; less $2.33 for 5 days 

(Apl 26-30, date of fire) 

Queen City Oil Co, Ltd : 90 c gasolene, 262 galls at 22ic 



It id can Hull. 

•Ottawa Electric Co : 4 street lamps in New Edinburgh on road to Rideau Hall, 12 m to Apl 
30, 1900, at $85 each ; less $4 . 65 for 5 d (Apl 26-30 date of fire) 



Sundry. 

Detailed with " Ottawa Buildings, Heating " (Page V— 116) 

Detailed in 1898-9 ( ., Q— 73) 

Less— Charged to "Dom,n Buildings Maintenance : Ex Farm". . .(Page V— 153) $ 69 80 
Paid in 1900-1 1,270 00 



Total, carried to page V — 4). 



Ottawa Buildings: Water. 

J M Leamy : services in charge of electric pumps in Govt. Buildings, 12 in to June 30 at $(55. 
Ottawa City, street sprinkling season 180!) ($114 15)— 

Departmental Buildings, $30 . 15 ; City Post Office, $4 .45 

Sappers Bridge, $10.06 ; Dufferin Bridge, $11.37 : Supreme Court, $4.50 

Slide Bridges, $7 95 : Excise Warehouse, Broad St, 54c 

Examining Warehouse, Sparks St, 30c ; Agricl. Dept. Model Room, Sparks St, 50c 

Cartier Scpjare, $21 .48; < rovt. Workshop, 99c ; Eishery Exhibit, $2.51 

Mackenzie Avenue, $6.94 ; Geological Museum, $4.98 ; No 7 Cliff St, 60c 

No 537-53!) Sussex St. 50c ; Marine I >ept Storeroom 527-52!) Sussex St, 33c 

Experimental Farms, water supply 6 mos to June 30 1900 at $17 

Detailed in 1898 -9 (Page Q— 73) 

1 

Less— Charged to " Dominion Buildings, Maintenance " (Page V— ) 

Total, carried to page V — 1 ; 



* ets. 

13,425 99 



1,676 7:1 


4 00 


199 65 


486 45 


5 55 


31 20 


598 I') 


195 45 


1 65 


215 40 


025 80 


4 95 


2 10 


24 00 


356 15 


7 77 



10 85 

167 67 

58 95 



335 35 



3 17 
1,052 87 



19,787 80 

1,339 80 
18,448 00 



780 00 

40 60 

2:> 93 

8 4!) 

80 

24 98 

L2 52 

11 83 

102 00 

2,410 67 

3,412 82 
102 00 



V-118 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. HOT 



Telephones at Ottawa: 12 m. to June 30, 1900. 

Agriculture Department — 

Offices : Minister, ,$35 ; Deputy, $35 ; desk set for Deputy, iU m to June 30 at $40, 
$15.24 ." 

Houses : Minister, Feb 11 '99-June 30 1900 at $35 a yr, $48.45 ; Deputy, $35 ; Secy to 

Minister. 835 

Auditor General's Dept : office, $35 ; Auditor General's house, $40 

Customs Dept, offices : Commissioner, $40 ; Messenger, $40 

Exchequer Court — 

Office of Registrar Audette 

Houses : Judge Burbidge, $35 ; Registrar Audette. $35 

Finance Department — 

Offices : Minister, (Extra set) Mar 1 '99-June 30 1900 at $15, $20 ; Deputy, $35 

Houses : Minister, July 1-Dec 31 1898 $17.50, July 1-Dec 31 1899 $17.50 ; Deputy, $35. 
Geological Survey, offices: Director, June 10 '99 June 30 1900 at $40, $42.25; Messenger, 



$35 . 



House of Commons — 

Offices : Speaker, $35 ; Clerk, $35 ; Sergeant at Arms, $35 ; Messengers, $35 ; Journals 
office, G m to Dec 31 '99, $17 50; Printing Committee, 6 m to June 30, $17.50; 
Translator of debates, 31} m to June 30 at $35, $9.75 ; Distributing office, $42.50 ; 
Substitution of extension set at Distributing office, ($5 additional), 5 m to June 30, 

$2.08 ; Printing Bureau, $42.50 

Houses : Clerk, $35 ; Law Clerk, $35 ; Secretary, $35 

Indian Affairs — 

Offices : Deputy Supt Genl, $35 ; Secy to Dept, $40 ; Private Secy, $40 

House : Private Secretary, $35 . 

Inland Revenue — 

Office : Messengers, $35 ; long distance set in Messengers room, 5 m to June 30, $6.25. . . 

Houses : Commissioner, $35 ; Accountant, $35 ; Secretary, $30. ... , 

Interior Department — 

Offices : Minister, $40 ; Deputy, $37.50 ; Private Secretary, $40 ; Surveyor Genl, $35 ; 
Chief Astronomer, $40 ; Messengers, $35 ; Intl. Boundary Comm. observatory, $10 ; 
Mr. Riley, (Timber and Mines Branch) phone and switch, 4s-|- m to June 30 at $45, 

$17.81...* " 

Houses: Minister, $32.50; Deputy, $35; Private Secy, $35; Supt Immigration Marl 

'99-June 30 1900 at $35, $46.68 

Justice Department — 

Offices: Minister. $35 ; Deputy, $35 ; Solicitor Genl, $35 ; Messengers' room $35 ; Private 
Secy, Mullen, long dist. desk set, 41f in to June 30 at $20, $7.74 ; desk set for Soli 



citor Genl, 4i-| m to June 30 at $55, $21.27 



Houses : Deputy, $35 ; Insp. of Penitentiaries, 6 m to Dec 31 '99, $15. 

Library of Parliament — 

Office, Library . , . 

Houses : Pari Librarian M J Griffin, $35 ; Librarian DeCelles, $35 

Marine and Fisheries Department — 

Offices: Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $40; Fisheries Bdry Cheques, 6 m to Dec 3) '99, $17.50. 

Houses : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $35 

Militia and Defence — 

Offices: General $35; Minister, 6 m to Dec 31 '99 $17.50, Jan 1-June 30 1900, $25 
Clothing Dept, $35 ; Drill Shed, $35 ; Messengers, $38 ; bell in Messengers room, 

3£$ m to June 30 at $3, 90c 

Houses: General, $25 ; Minister, 6 m to Dec 31 '99 $17.50, 4|ft m to June 30 at $38. 
$15.50; Deputy, $30; Secy to Dept, $30 ; Adj Genl Aylmer, $35; Asst Adj Genl 

Cotton, $35 ; Private Secy Jarvis, V T m to June 30 at $35, $3.80. 

Militia Stores Canal Basin, $35 ; bell, $4 

North-west Mounted Police— 

Offices : Comptroller, 6 m to Dec 31 '99 $17.50 ; extra set, 13 m to June 30, $16.25 ; Stores, 

$35 ; Messengers, 6 m to June 30, $17.50 

House : Comptroller 

Post Office Department — 

Offices: Comptroller Ry Mail Service, $40; Secy P M G, $35; City P O, $35; 

Messengers, $35 

House : Deputy Postmaster General 

Printing and Stationery Department — 

Offices: Queen's Printer, $35; Supt Stationery, 6 m to Dec 31 '99, $17.50; Supt of 

Printing, 6 m to June 30, $17 . 50 ; Accountant, $35 

Houses : Queen's Printer, $35 ; Supt of Printing:, 17 m to June 30 at $35, $49.58 

Privy Council — 

Offices : Clerk of Council, $35 ; Secy to Premier, $35 ; long distance set in office of Secy. 

to Premier, 3^f m. to June 30 at $15, $4.25 ; Messengers, $35 

Houses : Premier's, $35 ; Clerk of Council, $35 ; Asst. Clerk, $35 ; Secy, to Premier, $35. 

Carried forward.. 



$ cts 



85 24 

118 45 

75 00 
80 00 

35 00 
70 00 

55 00- 
70 00 

77 25 



271 83 
105 00 

115 00' 
35 00 

41 25 
100 00 



255 31 
149 18 



169 01 
50 00 

35 00 
70 00 

92 50 
70 00 



186 40 



201 80 
39 00' 


86 25 
35 00' 


145 00 
35 00 


105 00 
84 58 


109 25- 
140 00 


3,392 30 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-119 



Telephones at Ottawa! 12 m. to June 30, 1900 — Continued, 



Brought forward 



Public Works Department — 

Offices: Deputy, $35; Secretary to Minister, 835; Chief Engineer, $35; Clerk oi 
Works. $35; Secy, of Dept. (L. 1). set for desk) 4$4 m. to June 30 at 865, 821.72; 
extra desk Bet, office of Mr. Coste, 2$ in. to June 80 at $10, 84.50 ; Mechanical Supt. 

$35 ; Government workshops, $85 ; switch room, $35 ; messengers, $35 

Houses: Minister, $35; Deputy, $35; Secy, to Minister, $35; Supt. of Work 

Supt. dredging, $35; Asst. Superintendent, $35; Secy, of Dept. (L. D. set) 5 m. to 
June 30 at $50, $20.84 : Mr. Hams, of Secy. Bch, 4$fm. to June 30 at $35, $13.74 : 

Engineer K 1 ). Lafleur, 5 m. to June 30 at $35, $14.58 

Office in House of Commons, Session of 1900, Hon. Mr. Tarte, Minister of Public Works. 
Ottawa River Works : Superintendents office, $35; upper boom, $60; lower boom, $60. . 
Railways & Canals Department — 

( Offices : 1 >eputy, $55 ; I 'rivate Secy. $35 ; messengers, $35 

Houses: Deputy, $35; Secy, of Dept. $30; additional for long distance set for Secy, of 
Dept. f>.', m. to June 30 at $15, $6.88 ; Private Secy. J. L. Payne, 4J| m. to June 30 

at $35, $13.02 ...'. ...".' 

Secretary of State Department — 

Offices : Secretary of State, $35 ; Under Secretary of State, $40 

Houses: Secretary of State, $35; Under Secretarj' of State, $35; Secy, to Secretary of 

State, $35 

Senate offices : Clerk, (5 m. to Dec. 31 1899, $17.50, Jan.l-June 30 $25 ; Lower Corridor, $35 ; 

extra bell, housekeeper, $5 ; L. D. translators, 6 m. to Jany. 1900 at $15, $7.50 

Trade & Commerce — 

Office : Waiting-room . 

House: .Minister. , ... 

Rideau Hall and Governor General's Office — 

Government House exchange and private lines 

Office of Clerk of Works, Rideau Hall 

Residence of Gov. Genls. Secy. Major L. G. Drmnmond, m to Sept. 1 1900 at $25 

Residence of Mr. A. F. Sladen, a 1 ,} m. to June 30 at $35 

Dominion Police, office at Rideau Hall, 6 m. to Dec. 31 1899 at $40 

Messengers room in Gov. Genls. Dept. E.B., 6 m. to June 30, $17.50; additional for L. 

D. set in messengers room, 4^% m. to June 30 at $15 

Ministers without portfolio: 

Langevin Block : Hon. Mr. Dobell, 12 m to June 30 at $40 

Eastern Block : Hon. Jas. Sutherland, 6 m. to June 30 at $35 ... 

Dominion Police, 6 in to Dec. 31, 1899— 

Offices: East Block, $20; extra bell, $1.50; West Block, $20; Langevin Block, $20; 

Printing Bureau, $20 ; Commissioners, $20 

Houses : Inspector 

Detailed in 1898-9 and charged to 1899-1900, page Q— 75 



Less -Charged to 1900-1901 
Total, carried to page V — 4 



Ottawa Buildings: Grounds. 

< reneral repairs on ground^, 12 m to June 30, 1900 — 

Labourers at $1.40 : Thos. Tompkinson, 313 d ; Wm. Beatty, 308 d 

Carter C. Gagne, 310 d. at $2 

Grieves, J. X., maintenance of grounds — 

Year to Jan. 31, 1900, contract $3,300 ; less detailed L898 99 (Q— 75) $1.400 

Paid on account of contract $3,300 for year ending June 31, 1901, Feby.-Juue 30, 1900. 
Grieves Bros. ($387.04)— 

Care of flowers for Senate during session 1899 

Removing dead cedars from hedges and replacing them with live ones 

Sodding, trimming trees, &c 

Davis, Thos. E . I $( 18 25 1 — 

Plants for the Speaker of the Senate's portico-greenhouse 

Care of plants in portico-greenhouse during session 189!) 

Butterworth & Co., 6 lengths 4-in. tile pipe, bend and junction 

1 Jesriveres, J. A., 2 loads sawdust 

Detailed in 1898 99 (page Q— 75) 



Less— Charged to 1900-1901 1,524 60 

Ottawa Buildings, Repairs (Page V— 114) 4 02 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



$ cts. 
3,392 30 



306 22 



259 it; 

25 00 

155 00 

125 00 



84 90 

75 00 

105 00 

90 00 

35 00 
35 00 

130 00 
65 00 
12 50 

16 00 
20 00 

22 77 

40 00 

17 50 



101 50 

17 50 

1,395 60 



6,525 95 

1,574 64 



4,951 31 



869 40 
620 00 

1,900 00 
1,400 00 

35 00 

25 00 

327 04 

28 25 

40 00 

3 02 

1 00 

L,379 20 



6,627 91 



L528 62 



5.099 29 



V-120 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

S4 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Major's Hill Park. 

Davis, Thos E. ($2, 487. Cy- 
linder contract of iSept 1 '97 for maintenance of grounds, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Removal of old fence posts, earth and stone and old wire fence, as well as the removal to 

a suitable place of a quantity of dressed stone 

Grading and sodding borders skirting along clumps of trees, 622 yds at 14c 

Grading &c 

Ives, H R & Co : vouchers not yet received at Audit Office, Dec 3, 1900. . ... 

Graham Bros : spramotor pump, $21.50 ; Myers spray pump, $4 ; Paris green, 1 lb at 20c. . . . 

Carting stone to Major's Hill Park, July and Aug : — 

O. Lacelle, labour 243 h at 16|-c ; Jas Finley, carter 243 h at 25c 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Removing Snow at Ottawa. 

Snow cleaning from in front of sundry ( rented buildings 

Durand Jos : Canadian shovels with handles, 72 at $1 . 15 

Queen's Printer's account , . 

Detailed with" Rideau Hall " (Page V— 122) 

n " Ottawa Buildings, Repairs " ( h V — 101 

" Ottawa City Bridges " ( ., V— 106) 



Total, carried to page V — 4 

Department of Agriculture : Steel Shelving. 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co, steel shelving and standing desk for Census Branch. 



Rents : Ottawa and Other Rnildin&s 



Detailed with Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, furniture, etc. 
tt Dominion Buildings : maintenance. ...... 

it Heating : Ottawa Buildings 



(Page V— 114) 
.( ,, V— 153) 
( ., V— 116) 



Total, carried to page V — 4. 



Rideau Hall. 

General Repairs Pay-list, 12 m. to June SO. 

Clerk of Works, W M Hutchison: 12 m at $90 ; extra time preparing for and on night of 
state-dinner, balls &c, 15f> h at 30c ; travel, $6.58 ; freight, 55c 

Carpenter, at $2.50, G Reid 322 d ; plasterer at $2.50, A Legault 5 d 

Carpenters, days at $2 : T Am bridge, 334f ; A Baril, 62 ; A Colter, 311 'i ; G Esdale, 330 ; C 
Fleury, 58"; N Lanamme, 1 ; H Leggett, 50 ; J S Oakley, 211J; S St Jean, 48 

Bricklayers, days at $2.50 : J Beihler, 8 ; A Gono, 85£ ; G Mathieu, 36 

Painters, days at $2 : A Crevier, 28 ; P Faucher, 93 ; V Gauthier, 65 ; JHandy, 249i 
J C Lemieux, 93^ ; G Martel, 78^ ; J Randall, 28 ; M Rorke, 28 ; H. Shea, 269^ 

Painter at $1.75, V Gauthier 27 d; tinsmith at $1.75, E Loyer 32 d 

Labourers, days at $1 . 50 : G. Burk, 46| : Thos McCourt, 54i ; Jas Devaney, 49 ; P Lafontaine, 
9| ; J O'Connor, 71g ; J Simard, 323f ." 

Laborers, days at $1 .25 : J Boyne, 9i ; H Carnot, 9^ ; R De Beaumont, 118 ; C Dunne, 24^ ; 
Jas Fahey, 43| ; L Labonte, 15i ; G Le Maitre^ 4 ; Jos Ouellett, 118; J B Seguin, 4 ; J 
J Sharp, 320i ; W Sterling, 323 .~ 

Fireman, M West, 370}- d at $1 . 25 ; carter, M Green 323* d at $2 . . . 

Apprentices : tinsmith, T French 33| d at $1 .50 ; painter, L Theriault 302 d at $1 

Repairing napery, flags, &c, Miss Sarah Maxwell, 321} d at $1 



Pay-list, Care of Gardens, Grounds, Paths, d'c, 12 m. to June 80, 1900. 



Gardner, G Muhlig 374^ d at $1 . 65 ; forester, J Sorley 366 d at $1 .50 

Kitchen gardner, H Sims 366 d at $1.50 ; laboi*erand fireman, C Banning 339 d at $1.25. . 
Laborers, days at $1.25 : D Bell, 80^; J Bournier, 312} ; J Cherry, 76 ; E Duffield, 39 ; J O 

Leblanc, 2* ; T McMartin, 1\ '. 

Laborers, days at $1 . 10 < F Dagenais, 310} ; M Dagenais, 59 , 

Laborer at $l/F Hart 216| d ; carter, A Davidson, 198} d at $2 



Stenmfittinq and Plumbing : Aug-Nov, 1899. 
Steamfitters, plumbers and helpers (for names See "Mechl Staff," page V — 101). 
Carried forward 



$ cts. 



2,200 00 

60 00 

87 08 
150 00 
875 00 

25 70 

101 25 



3,499 03 



5 95 

82 80 

11 54 

589 51 

884 66 

523 26 



2,097 72 



695 00 



6,610 14 

9,931 68 

400 00 

16,941 82 



1,133 93 

817 47 

2,813 50 

323 75 

1,865 50 

103 24 

832 85 



1.237 41 

1,110 81 

352 25 

321 25 



1,166 91 
972 74 

640 92 
406 16 
613 00 



688 72 



15,400 41 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-121 



Rldean Hall — Continued. 

Brought forward .• 

Sundry Accounts. 



Anderson, R : electric shades, 30 al 60c ; 'M) shade holders, $2.25 : 

Bovden. Son & Co: 2 foot baths, $10; dinner plates, 5 doz at $1.50; breakfast plan-, •_", doz 
' at $1.50 : 24 deep dishes, $7.80 ; tea plates, in do/, at $2, do/ at si ; cups & saucers, 10 

do/, at si', l doz at $1.50; soup bowls, c» at si' ; sid^ dishes, 18 at $1.40 ; glass dishes, 6 al 
75e, Cat 50c; 38 bowls, $15.30; tumblers, 3 doz at $1.25, 6 doz al si ; sherries, 3 doz at 

$2 ; hire of goods, $10.15 ; articles short, $4.95 ; sundry table dishes, jugs &c $40. 16 

Bronsona & Weston Lumber Co : pine, 1000 ft of 12x1 white at$10, 1470 ftof3x4R & 
W at si 1, 2000 ft of 2 x 10 red at $12 ; cartage, $4.47 

Bryson, Graham & Co : Brussels carpet, 94 yds at $1.35 ; cutting carpet, 4 h at 30c : holland, 
8 yds at 17c; linen kitchen cloths, 12 do/ at $2.04 , linen dusters, 4 dz at $1.80 ; cloths, 
2 do/. ba"sin at $3, 4 do/ china at $2.40, 4 dcz glass at $3 ; linen aprons, 1 o/ at $7.60; Ban- 
uel sheeting, 10 at 65c ; bath mats, 12 at $1.90 ; toilet covers, | doz at $10.50,4 do/ at 
$6.50; pillowcases. 2 dz at $2.64; mats, 2 at 81.75; making 1 doz aprons and 24 doz 
towels &c, $9.60 ; mangle cloth, §1.(50 ; tape 30c 

Butterworth & Co: soil pipe, 30 ft of 6 in light at 36c, 30 ft of 4 in light at 24c, 30 ft of4 in 
medium at 36c,, 70 ft of G in. heavy at 75c, 70 ft of 4 in heavy at 48c ; zinc bell tubing, 
200 ft at 5c ; pig lead. 220 lbs at Gc ; sundries, .$57.53 ' 

Oharlebois .1 ; 1290 blocks of ice $58.05 ; Cuddy & Brodeur Co, G dz tumblers $6 

Cote & Coursolles : shades, 5 at -SI ; gas attachments, 21 at 10c, porcelain tubes 3x^, 400 at 
lc. : brackets, 4 at 81.35 ; portable lain]), 82.50 ; sundries, $12.51 

Cunningham Bros : tiling, 820.63: brass frame, sped size, 83.50 

Druce & Co., London Eng : crimson Brussels carpet, 47 h yds at 81.094 ; canvas and packing. 
61c ...... 

Edwards, W C & Co, Ltd : 1297 ft of flooring, 828.50 ; 1 x 10 in, 3460 ft'of D'ls at 816, 500 ft 
1 >2s at sis : 3 x 5 in x 13 ft. 2031 ft dressed at $16, 2210 ft at $13 ; 1 x 10 in matched, 500 
ft at S18, 1250 ft at $16 ; boards, 2000 ft at 810.50 ; H in boards, dr, 250 ft at $30 ; 3 in 
red pine, 1464 ft at 816 ; 7 x 7 cedar 750 ft at 6c, 500 ft" at 5|c ; lj in plank, 750 ft at *\i ; 
1 in and lj in KD sidings dr 2s, 1000 ft at $42 ; 2 x 12 in x 16 ft, 1024 ft at $14; sundry 
lumber, $32.64 ; cartage, $5.60 

Gauthier, J & Bros : wall paper, 58 pes at 15c 

Graham Bros : hyacinths, 100 mixed at 83.50 a 100, 500 Roman at 83 ; dbl daffodils, 500 at 
$2.50 ; carnation plants, 300 at 88 ; azaleas 25 at $1 each ; Japanese paeonies. 200 clumps 
at 75c each ; sinilax, 200 plants at $5 a 100 ; asparagus plumosus, 50 at 83 a do/ ; brides- 
maid roses 150 at 8c ; potatoes, 33 bush at 65c ; bone meal, 500 lbs at S2.25 ; 50 lbs Albeits 
con manure, $10; horse dumping hay rake, $20; Caldwell mower with shaft, 865 ; flower 
pots $36.20; sundry garden implements, oils &c, $19.80; sundry plants and seeds, 
$107.28 

Graves Bros : parts for ranges, 820.35 ; galvzd iron, 255 lbs an 8c ; tarred felt, 8 rolls at 70c ; 
Norton spring, 86.50 ; if in brass side pulleys, 3 doz at SI. 80 ; upholsterer's tacks, 25 lbs of 
10 oz at 14c, 25 lbs of 12 oz at 1 %c ; gilt picture wire, 1 dz of No 12 at $6.60, 1 doz of No 
13 at $8.40 ; round head brass screws, 4 gro at $1.50 ; time, 139 h at 40c ; sundry hard- 
ware, $53.08 



Harris & Campbell ($342.73)— , 

Cutting & making loose covers: large sofas, 3 at $5.75; small sofa, $5.25 ; large easy 
chairs, 5 at $3.90 ; small easy chairs, 4 at 83.25 

Cutting and making curtains, including rings, cording, canvas &c : boudoir, 4 sets at 
si 4.38 ; dining room, 3 sets at 814.64 : billiard room, 3 sets at S27.70 ; bed room, 3 sets 
at S15.05 ; dressing room, 1 set at 821.69 ; 1 set for bed, 825.50 

Repairing and polishing head of bed, 84.85 ; 2 brass locks, 60c ; perforated seats, 12 at 25c, 

12 at 20c 

Holland, G A & S< >n : \ >aper 20 pes at 25c, 74 at 15c, 6 at 20c 

Howe, J G : wall paper, 52 rolls at 15c, 26 at 10c ; prepared paper, 25 yds at 10c ; mixed paint, 

131 galls at $1.30, 40 at si. 25; Ven red in oil, 41 galls at 81.25; white lead, 100 lbs, $7 ; 

brushes, 5 at $1.50 

Ives, II R & Co : fire pot for No 8 hoiler. $47.25 ; lset ruboer rings, 82.10 ; Buffalo hot water 

heater, $259; spcl headers, planed flanges for h.w. heater $25 ; twin connections & 6 in 

valves for h.w. heater, s70 ; 1 sped elbow, $12 ; washers, 4^ lbs at 50c ; freight, $11.96. . . 

Mahoney, Jerry : smithwork 

Marshall & Fudge, cleaning : carpets, 2954 yds at 4c ; dining room carpet, $8 ; 2 mats, 35c ; 

rugs 15 at 15c 

Murphy, J J : retinning copper kitchen utensils, 684 mchs at 10c ; repairs, $1.10 ; f doz heat y 

spoons, $1 .35 ; skimmer, 12c 

McAllen, Robt: wire nails, 2 kegs of 5" at $2.65, 2 of 6" at $2.65, 3 of 3" at $2.75; wire 

brads, 45 lbs, $3. 15 ; 3 sets castors, 55c ... *. •» 

McCullough, G W: cement, 15 brls at $2.85: 1 brl plaster paris, s;-; ; 100 tire brick. $4 ; 2 

bags fire clay, $6 ; Scotch tile pipe, 10 yds of 6" at 55c, 12 yds of 4" at 30c ; 6 " bevel 

iunctions 2, $2 ; cartage, $2.90 . . 

Robertson, The James, Co, Ltd : 4" heavy soil pipe, 100 ft at $33.75 ; tees bends and traps, 

$20.86 ! ... 



Carried forward. 



s ets. 

L5,4O0 41 



69 75 

54 01 

18,933 07 



V-122 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Rideau Hall — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Sundry Accounts — Continued. 

Robertson, Tlios & Co : galvzd pipe 298 1' of H" at $19.15, 100 5' of 1" at $10.80, 58 V of |" 
at $7.66; 2" iron pipe 203 61 ft at $12.10; 3" iron pipe 100 ' 6 f t at 37|c ; elbows and 
tees, $27.56 

Roche, H G, inspecting gas meters $12 ; Robillard, H & Son, lime 25 bush at 18c 

Ross Co, Ltd : lm oleum 10$ yds at 95c, 97 yds, cut and fitted at $1.25 ; floor felt, 15 yds at 
$1 ; sheeting, 39^ yds at 20c ; holland, 30 yds at 35c, 30 yds at 23c ; tassels, 24 pr at 14c ; 
cord, 100 at 3c : braid 36 at 29c ; 36 yds lace, $10.48 ; 12 yds green tapestry, $24.18 ; 2 
yds embossed satin, $3.50 ; 12 yds green linen stripe, $7.25 ; 75 yds tissue, $90.64 ; 101 
yds cretonne, $46.33; 66|- yds tabouret, $68.20; 24 pes paper $19.55; 42 yds merino, 
$28.20; 41 yds scarlet and white chenille, $148.66; 80 yds cretonne portiere, $75.21; 
packing $10 . 96 ; postage 75c 

Short, Thos : cutting and raking hay, Ah d with team at $4, 1 d with single horse, $2 

Stephen Bros : pure white lead, 1100 lbs at 6c, 350 at 6 4c ; orange shellac, 4 gals at- $2.50 ; 
turpentine 10 gals at 80c, 15 at 75c ; boiled oil, 42^ gals at 60c ; white glue, 20 lbs at 25c ; 
putty in bladder 425 lbs at 3c ; whiting 750 lbs at lc ; 16 x 16 double glass, 1000 panes at 
15c ; 18 panes rolled plate glass, $8.90 ; paint burner, $5 ; kalsomine brushes, 2 at $3' 50 ; 
paint brushes, 1 at $1.25, 2 at $1.10, 2 at 75c, 2 at 70c. 6 at 65c, 4 at 60c ; sundry paints, 
$18.90; sundries $19. 45 

Lord, W Turner & Co : 3 pairs of 2 branch brass wall lights, $87.60 ; wiring 3 prs wall lights, 
fitting with candle fittings, holders &c for electric light, $21.90 ; 1 doz cream silk shades, 
$7.30; 12 Adam's brass shutter knobs and roses, $13.14; 2 dbl musical trophy finger 
plates, $8.52; 2 Adam's mortice knobs and roses, $5.11 ; 20 pes paper, bird pattern, 
$49.89 ; 17 pes stripe paper, $51.70 ; 23 pes green paper, $12.60 ; 53 yds chintz, $35.93 ; 
125 yds of Turkey twill, $63.36; 40 yds bumps, $12.16; 141 yds cream sateen, $20.10; 
zinc lined case, $4 .01 ; carriage of brass goods to Canada, 40c 

Vai ve, Pierre : sand, 5 loads at $1 .25, 10 loads at 25c 

Freight and express: Can Exp Co, $2; Dom Exp Co, $2.35; Canada Atl. Ry, $20.01; 
Ottawa, Arnprior & Parry Sound Ry, $11 . 47 ; Can Pcf Ry, $4 . 82 

Cab hire of officials to Rideau Hall to pay employees : I C6te, $6.50 ; Mr St Laurent, $1 

Street car tickets for plumbers, steamfitiers &c 

Detailed in 1898-99 (Page Q— 77) 

Less : pay lists charged to removal of snow . (Page V — 120) 589 51 

ii Transfer to Rideau Hall, new wing, labour and materials.. .(Page V — 89) 1,647 20 
.. charged 1900-1901 1,586 69 

Total, carried to page V — 4 , 

Rideau Hall : Fuel and Light Allowance. 

Earl of Minto, allowance in place of fuel and light, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Rideau Hall : Remetallin" Drive. 

Ottawa Improvement Commission : broken stone supplied and laid on Rideau Hall grounds 
per written order of Chief Architect 115 "81 toise at $9.10 (stone $5.60, laying, $3.50).. . . 

Rideau Hall, New Wing : Furniture, &c. 

Detailed with Buildings, Ont, Rideau Hall addition (Page V — 89) 



Dominion Ruildings : Maintenance. 

Amherst, N.S., Public Building ($977.37)— 

Caretaker, James Morrison, 12 m to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion lump coal, 70 tons at $2.77 

Bailey, Geo, Ottawa, opening, cleaning, lacquering and fitting with keys, 49 letter box 

fronts 

Canada Electric Co : 9 m. to Feb 28, 1900, 18 lights 256 nights at 4c each ; arc lights, 

$66.70 

Jones, Alex A. , coal, 3 tons at $4 40 

Ralston, B W & Co : hardwood, 4 cords at $3.50 ; softwood 2 cords at $2.50 ; oil, 42 84 

galls at 21c, 47'13 galls at 20c ; sundries, $2.23 

Silliker, C J, sundry repairs &c 

Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
18,933 07 



162 39 
16 50 



722 42 
20 00 



390 20 



393 73 

8 75 

40 65 

7 50 

8 71 

170 40 

20,874 32 



3,823 40 



17,050 92 



,000 00 



1,053 86 



5,144 33 



400 00 
193 90 


35 77 


251 02 
13 20 


39 66 
14 53 



948 08 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V -123 



Dominion iin i idiii^'w : maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Amherst, N.S., Public Building — Con, 

Town of Amherst, water rates, 1 y to Oct 1 1900 

Mason work, $2.89 ; plumbing &c 16.40 

Annapolis Public Building ($1,165.82) 

( laretaker, John McKay, 12 m to June 30 

Beeler, Geo ¥ : carpenter work, 4 d. at $1 .25 ; hauling gravel, <S loads at 75c, 1 d, $2.50 

Crowe Bros., sundry plumbing and material 

Kenna, James, coal, delivered and stored, 40'43 tons at §4 

O'Dell, Electric Co., lights, 12 m to Feb 28, 1900 

Pickles, F. W., painting, cleaning, <.vc, contract 

Pickles & Mills, lumber and hardware 

Town of Annapolis Royal, water rates, 1 v to Dec 1, 1900. 

Antigouish Public Building ($709.22)— 

Caretaker, Angus McDonald, 12 m to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion coal. 268 tons at $2.80 

Antigonish Electric Co : electric lighting m to March 1, 1900 at $62.20 per y., $31 . L0 ; 

16 c p lamps, 2 at 30c. ... 

Dumpby James: furnishing and setting up sink and contract, $30 ; sundry plumbing, 

$4.60 

Gillies, Allan : making book and letter case, §30 ; 1 dark closet &c, $13 ; flooring 1 room, 

$13 ; 3 deal tables, $7 

How e, -I & J J ) : 1 ash plan case with basswood top, $30 ; 2 drawing boards, $3 

Kirk, A & Co : office chairs, 4 at SI. 20; 1 tilting chair, $5.50 ; 1 arm chair, SI. 70; 3 

spring blinds, $4.50. . . 

McCurdy & Co : electric lighting, 6 in to Sept 1, 1899 at $62 . 20 per yr 

Town of Antigonish, water rate-=, 12 m to Nov 30 

Carpenter work, $4 . 07 ; cleaning, $4.10; plumbing, $2.25; supplies, $1.78; freight, 

(Vc, $1.48 

Arichat Public Buildiner ($153.60)— 

LeBlanc, Isidore, anthracite coal, 20 tons at $7 

Hardwood, 2 cords at $4 ; placing and repairing storm windows and doors, $5.60 

Baddeck Public Building ($500.89)— 

Caretaker, D F McKenzie, 12 m to June 30 

Burchell Bros, sci eened coal, 33 tons at $3 

Painting and kalsomining : D Ferguson. $11.82 ; John Matheson, $12.25 

McKay & Co : coal, 2 tons at $3 ; Am oil, 43^ galls at 25c ; kalsomine, $3.25 

McKay, Mac A skill & Co : 330 ft lumber, $7.40 ; shades, 3 doz at $4, 1 doz at $2.40 ; Am 

oil, 44 35 galls at 25c ; hardware, $16 .18 

McKenzie, Win, carpenter work, 7i d at $1.50 . 

MacRae, 1) F : mammoth hanging lamps, 2 at $5; 1 wheelbarrow, $4 ; sundries, $1.30. . 
Sweet, K & Co, Antigonish : plumbing, 7 d at $3 ; travel and sundry outlay, $48.68. . . 

Carpenter work, $6 ; H cords kindling wood, $3 ; repairs, $3.40 

Dartmouth Public Building ($442.55)— 

Caretaker, I C Henley, 12 in to June 30 . 

I Dartmouth Gas and Electric Light Co., 20 lights for P O., 9 m to Dec 31, 1899 

Gates, AC: taking down and putting up sashes, $5 ; lumber and hardware, s7 

Roche, Wm, Albion lump coal, 20 tons at $2 43 

Town of Dartmouth, water rates, 12 m to May 1, 1900 

Cleaning and repairing clock. $7; fitting up locks, $1.50; 16 c p lamps, $3, 32 c p 

lamps, $3.60; h cord pine slabs, $2.25 ; sundries, $2.50 

Halifax A. R. G. Office ($1,281 )— 

Hillis James & Son : 1 >«o. 15 Glen Oak stove ; $11 ; foundry work, $3.45 

Mel >onald Jos, storing coal 

1 V. >ple's Heat and Light Co., gas : 10 ra to March 1, 1900, 31 cu ft at $2, 26*3 cu ft at $1.50 
Y M C A., Halifax : water rates, 12 m to July 1, 1899, $17.40 ; rent of offices, 12 in to 

April 30, 1900, $1,200 

Halifax Dominion Building ($5,790.49)— 

Engineer, Richard Power, 12 m to June 30 

Fireman, John Powell, 7 m to June 1 at $50 a month 

Watchman, W H Gray, 12 m to June 30 

Caretaker, Jaa F Sullivan, 12 m to June 30 

Anderson, Alex : carpenter work, 285 hrs at 25c ; hardware and lumber, $10.72 

Bowen, Mrs Mary : cleaning customs parcel post room, 13 m to June 30 1900 at *4 per 

m ; scrubbing and cleaning windows in Tide Surveyors office, $4 

Brander, Morris & Co : 2 large cabinets at $45 each ; 1 oak roll-top desk. $37.50 ; 1 flat 

office desk in oak, $16 ; 1 standing desk, $8; 4 nests pigeon holes, $17 ; 1 revolving 

case, $13 ; 2 office chairs, $12 ; 1 stamping table, $9 ; linoleum, 22 yds at 75c ; sundry 

office furniture, $26.90 

Buskins, Lemonte : whitewashing basement, boiler room, &c, $30; cleaning chimneys, 

flues &o, $18.50 

Butler Martin : cleaning windows, 44 at 25c : cleaning doors &c, $2 

Cullen, G M & Co : cleaning windows, 52 at 25c ; glazing, $8.50 

Carried forward 



,665 32 



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A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Buildings : maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Halifax Dominion Building— Con. 

Davies, Chas W, repairs to P.O. boxes, keys, locks, &c 

Eraser, W & Son, repairs to office furniture 

Graham & Pickles : 200-16 c. p. lamps at 24c ; 1 key socket and lamp cord, 70c 

Halifax City, water rates for post office elevator, 6 m to Oct 5, 1899 

Halifax Elec. Tramway Co., lighting post office, 11 m to March 1 1900, 21,597,000 M. 
watt hrs at 10c 

Harris, Mrs Pauline, cleaning offices, $24.05 ; Keating Mrs M, cleaning windows $21. . . 

Keefe, M E : mason work and material, $12.25 ; cartage $1 

Longard Bros : fitting up radiator, $28 : repairs to elevator, $22 ; plumbing, 20 '69 d at 
$4 ; material, $25.55 ; truckage $1.30 

Mansley Thos, cleaning offices, 13 m to June 30 1900 at $1.7 per m 

McGrath, Michael : removing ashes, 79 loads at 40c, 40 hrs at 20c 

People's Heat and Light Co : gas, 700 ft at $2; 2.600 ft at $1.50; 7500 ft at $1 ; meter 
rent $8 

Roche, Wm,, Albion lump coal, 187 ' 176 tons at $2.43 ... 

6 boxes clock dials, $7.50 ; cleaning windows, $5; hardware, $9.48 : electric repairs, $1.50; 

whitewashing $2.50 

Halifax Drill Hall ($738.35)- 

In charge of furnaces, Robert Harmon, 12 m to June 30 .... 

Campbell, D H, 3 brooms at 25c ; Graham & Pickles, 100 16 c p. lamps at 24c 

McGrath, Michael, hauling ashes, 74 loads at 40c 

Robertson Wm & Son, 3 shovels, $1.50 ; Roche, Wm, furnace coal, 15 tons at $5.50. . . . 
Halifax, Engineer Dodwell's office ($146.93)— 

Roy, James E : rent of offices, 12 m to May 1 1900, $350 ; electric light, $12 

Morris, B & Co : Brussels carpet, 33| yds at $1.35; making, &c $5.25 ; linoleum, 12| 
yds at $1; Smyrna rug $3.25; rattan arm chair $4.50; sundries $5.56 ; stand desk 

$8.25 " 

Halifax Examining Warehouse ($1,873.37) — 

Caretaker, Martin O'Neil, 12 m to June 30 

Halifax Citv : water power for elevators, m to Oct 6 1899, 230,250 galls at 14^c ; meter 
rent, $5 " 

Kennedy, Mrs Ellen, cleaning appraiser's office, 13 m to June 30 at $10 

Longard Bros : smith work, ^ d at $5 ; plumbing, 0"11 d at $4 ; sundry material, $13.52. . 

McDonald, Daniel : carting ashes, 180 bbls at 6c ; 1 bag salt, 25c 

People's Heat and Light Co., gas, 1900 ft at $2 ; 18,800 ft at $1.50 ; 900 ft at $1 

Power, Mrs Isabel, scrubbing and cleaning offices, 13 m to July 1 1900, at $6 

Roche, Win, Albion lump coal, 54 '876 tons at $2.43 ; 

Walker, James, rent of appraiser's building, 12 m to July 1, 1900 



$7.20. 



Cleaning chimneys &c, $2 ; sundries, 
Halifax Immigrant Building ($1,212.04)— 

Fireman, John Oxley, 12m to June 30 

Graham & Pickles, 100 16 c p. lamps at 24c 

Halifax Elec. Tramway Co: electric light, 11 m to Feby 28, 1900, 3,117,400 watt hours 
at 10c a M 

Munderloh & Co, 1 6-station control clock 

Roche, Wm : Albion lump coal, 92 51 tons at $2.43; 5 074 tons at $2 '29 ; reserve coal, 

\h tons at $3. 25 

Liverpool Public Building ($38.75)— 

Dexter, J V., hard coal, 5 tons at $7.75 

Lunenburg Public Building ($726.01) — 

Caretaker, J E hlebb, 12 m to June 30 at $25 per m ; outlay, $4.56 

Anderson, Benjamin, Anthracite stove coal, 30 tons ac $5.50 

Berringer, Henry, hauling gravel, 10 loads at $1.75 

Lunenburg Gas Co. : light, 9 m to Dec 1 1899, $97.50 ; lamps $18.65 

Lunenburg Water Co., water rates, 12 m to June 30 

Ross, P H.: window blinds and fixings &c, 9 at $3 ; 1 box soap, $4 ; sundries, $7.40 

Young, John B., sawed and split wood, 2 cords at $6 . 50 

Carpenter work, $9 ; 4 doz pkgs toilet paper $4 . . 

New Glasgow Public Building ($841.62)— 

Caretaker, D McDonald, 12 m to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion coal, 60476 tons at $2.14 

Chisholm & Co., carpenter repairs 

MacGregor & Co : ker. oil, 43 '38 galls at 2Hc ; sundries $6.51 

New Glasgow Elec. Co.: light, 9 m to Dec 31, 1899, $179.48 ; 180 arcs at 45c 

ii Town, water rates, 12 m to Dec 1, 1900 , 

Elec. lamps, 4 at 35c, 18 at 30c; 1 cord wood, $3; flags, $1.20; cleaning, $2; general 
repairs, $7 . 59 ; truckage 25c ; sundries, 75c , 



North Sydney Public Building ($1,087.10)— 

Caretaker, Alex Green, 12 m to June 30 

Burchell Bros., screened coal, 50 tons at $2.40 ; Grant R, painting and contract, $124.40. 

Carried forward 



$ cts 


7,665 32 


50 10 
70 20 
48 70 

52 77 


2,159 70 
45 05 
13 25 


159 63 

221 00 

39 60 


20 80 
454 84 


25 98 


600 00 
24 75 
29 60 
84 00 



362 00 



84 93 
400 00 



38 39 


130 00 


40 48 


11 05 


32 90 


78 00 


133 35 


.000 00 


9 20 


600 00 


24 00 


311 74 


35 00 



241 30 



38 75 



165 00 


17 50 


110 15 


59 00 


38 40 


13 00 


13 00 


300 00 


129 42 


14 30 


15 83 


260 48 


100 00 



21 59 



350 00 
244 40 



17,999 04 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-125 



Dominion DC n i hi i iiii* : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forwar 1. 



1 bookcase, .$12 ; carpenter work and 
electric supplies &c, $16. L5 



sundries, $8 1 1 



North Sydney Public Building ("<>n. 

McMillan, M. : 1100 ft hardwood flooring, $50 

material, 830 

North Sydney Elec. Lt Co., light, 9 m to Dec 31, 1899, $237 

n Town, water rates, 12 m to June 30 

Shean R & Co.: painting roof <!fcc, contract, 8104 ; repairs, 81.45. . . . . 

Repairs to locks &c, $6.60 ; 2 loads soft wood, $1 ; glass and putty, $4.09 
Pictou Post Office ($891. 33)— 

Caretaker, Jas Arbuckle, 12 m to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion coal, 80 636 tons at $2.34 

Bonner, Wm.: plumbing, $20 ; carting ashes, 25 loads at 19c ; spreading same, $1.25. . . 

Fullerton, I) & Son, glass and glazing, 82(1.75 ; McDonald Angus, work on storm windows, 
$26.50 

( )T>i -ii'ii, John, supplying water, H yr to May 1, 1900, 58 casks at 35c 

Paulin, Jas T, 2 cords wood, cut and split 

Pictou Gas Light Co., gas, 78,900 c ft at $2.50 ; meter rent, $1.60 ; lamp globes, $2.38. . 

1 ( 'ana ian ensign, $9 : repairs, $12.90 ; sundries, $25.30 

Sydney Public Building (8901.26)- 

Caretaker, L Keefe, 12 m to June 30 

Gillis, K., 1 cabinet desk, $30 ; Matheson, Townsend & Co.: oil, $9 ; sundries $10.05 

Routledge, C, Reserve mine coal, 55 tons at $2.20 

Rubenstein Bros.: P O box fronts, 144 at $1.43, 2 cases, $2 ; freight $2.08 

Svdney Gas and Elec. Light Co.: 9 m to Jan'y 3, 1900, 745,540 ft at 10£c ; meter rent, 
84.05 

Town of Sydney, water supply, 9 m to March 31, 1900 

Work on storm windows and doors, $6 ; plumbing &c. $16.30 ; sundries, $8.72 

Truro Public Building ($1,156.85)— 

Caretaker, Alex P Smith : 6 m to Dec 31, 1S99, at $300 per a, $150 ; 6 in to June 30, 1900 
at $350 per a, $174 .119 ; outlay, $4.76 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion coal, 50 tons at $2.69 

Chambers Elec. Light Co.: 12 m to March 31, 1900 : custom-house, $14.24 ; ex. warehouse, 
$9. 39 ; post office, $129 ; janitor's room, $26 ; 1 arc light, $100 

Dexter, E & Co., sundry plumbing repairs 

Hanson, C S.: 1 flag pole, $50 ; 1 lawn mower, $5.50 ; hardware, $12.22 

Office Specialty M'f'g Co., 1 " D " style postal bag rack— 28 bags 

Spencers, Turner & Logan: putting in wire screen, $85; building platform, $16.54; 
carpenter work, $10 .95 

Town of Truro, water rates, 2h yrs to Dec 31, 1900 at $30 

Walker & Hanson : 44 07 galls oil, $9.25 ; sundries, $7.05 

Cleaning, $10 ; H cords wood, $4.50 ; blinds, $3.40 . 

Windsor N S., Public Building ($916.39)— 

Caretaker, J A Mosher, 12 m to June 30, 8400 ; outlay, $12 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion lump coal. 19 42 tons at $3.09 

Dimock F W., coal, contract, 8124 ' 38 ; 16 brls at 50c 

Dimock & Armstrong, hardware, $15.08 ; Graham, J E, sundries, $10.71 

Town of Windsor, water rates, H y to July 1, 1900 

Windsor Elec. Lt Co. : light, Nov 4, 1898 to Dec 31, 1899, $168.18; lamps, 60 at 35c, 
meter rent, 25c ; electric supplies, $10.85 

3 cords wood, $4.50 ; storing and weighing coal, $6.46 

Yarmouth Public Building ($1,507.03)— 

Caretaker : Robt Spears, 6 m to Dec 31, $199.98 ; W H Whalen, 6 m to June 30, $200. . 

Baker, Jas G. : labour, 6 d at $2 : st< >ck, $3.14. 

Killam Bros. : egg coal, 55 tons at $4.55, Springhill coal, 2173 tons at 83.75 ; Caledonia 
coal, 1 • 16 tons at $3 . 75 ; carting, 81 40 

Office Specialty M'f'g Co., 1 style " F " bag rack for 70 bags 

Yarmouth Gas Lt. Co., 12 in to Jany 1, 1900, 280,700 ft at $2 

Yarmouth Water Co., water rates, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Cleaning clock, $5 : plumbing, $6.55 ; freight, $7.81 

Charlottetown Public Building ($3,617.31)— 

Engineer, Wm J Fraser, 12 m to June 30 

Messengers; M A Allan, 12 m to June 30, $450 ; Geo Walker, 12 m to June 30, $450. . . . 

Watchman, Angus McKenzie, 12 m to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion cjal, 138; 442 tons at $2 44 

Apothecaries Hall Co. : 20 galls disinfectant, $12 : 100 pkgs toilet paper, $8 : wax tapers 
$1.50 

Charlottetown Light Co. : gas. 9 w to Mch 1 1900, 407,700 ft at $1.90, $888.63; meter 
rent, $3. 60 

Charlottetown Water Commissioners, water rates, to June 30, 1900 

Down, Augustus, wood 5 cords at $4 ; Fennel! iv. Chandler, hardware, $25.94 ,. . 

Finlavson, Kenneth: repairs to P <) boxes, 120 at 25c; new locks, 6 at $1.50; 17 new 
blinds for savings hank. $15. 15 ; repairs to platforms, doors, &c, 45 d at 30c ; sundry; 
labour and material. $30.43. | 



17,499 ol 



21 50 

892 23 

225 00 

15 94 



98 38 



Carried forward 26,(585 42 



V-126 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A.. 1901 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 

Brought forward ... 

Charlottetown Public Building — Con. 

1 larper, John, laying plank walks, contract » 

Lowe, H & S., putting up winter porches, 4 men, 60 h at 20c 

Munderloh & Co., 1 watchman's control clock . . .' 

Myrick, J H & Co. : soap, 4 boxes at $6 ; sundries, .$8.05 

Shaw & Baristo : plumbing repairs : plumber, 5 d at $3, 25h h at 30c ; helper, 5 d at $1 
2oh h at 10c ; labour, 10 h at 40c ; sundry material, $7 .73 

Stewart, Bruce & Co., repairs to furnaces &c 

Painting letterboxes, $8 ; repairing furnaces, $5.75; removing ashes, $6 ; furnishing and 

installing elec. bell, $5 ; scrubbing and dusting cloths, $8 49 

Charlottetown Resident Engineer's Office ($200)— 

Merchant's Bank of P. ft. I., rent of offices, 12 m to June 30 

Montague Public Building ($251.91)— 

Caretaker, Wm Gillis, 12 m to June 30 

Montague Elec. Co. : Light for Feby, $2.09 ; wiring custom-house and post-office light: 
$10 ' 

Wightman Geo. : coal, 15 13 tons at $3.50 ; oil, 45 galls at 25c ; sundries, $15.62 . ; . 
Summerside Public Building ($890.79)— 

Caretaker. Angus MacSween, 12 m to June 30 

Holman, R T. : ker o 1, 40 05 galls at IShc ; elec globes, $4.20 ; sundries, $18.25. . ... 

Johnston, Thomas, repairs to drain pipes, pumps &c 

Kenna, James. : anthracite coal, 39 '373 tons at $7 : soft coal, 10 '3 tons at $3.50 

Smith, Philip,, whitewashing attic, 417 sq yds at 2*,c per vd 

Summerside Elec. Light Co. : lighting, 10 m. to Mch 1 1900, at $9.59; 2 32 c p lamps 
at 50c ; drop cord and switch, $1 . 56 . ... 

Repairs to P. O. boxes, $1.25; work on double windows &c, $11 . 25 ; H cords wood, 

$4.50 ; carpenter work, $4 ; sundry repairs, $12.50 ; cleaning, $2 ; freight, 5c 

Bathurst Public Building ($1,130.99)— 

Caretaker, Jos. A Melanson, 12 m to June 30 

Care of clock, R. R Hickson, 1 y to July 11, 1899 

Hachey, Peter P., mixed wood, 6 cords at $2 . 50 

Melanson, Samuel : Am oil, 50 galls at 26c, 50 galls at 23c ; sundries, $4.64 

McKenna, John : putting steel ceiling in post office and covering same with 2 coats 
paint, contract, $280 ; laying floors in custom-house, $15 

Ryan, William, cornice work, 4f d. at $3 

Seely, Root., egg^ coal, 42477 tons at $6.93 

Hardware, $8.46; lumber, $5.22; 2 cords wood at $2.50; repairs to office furniture, 

$7.50 ; carpenter work, $4.55 ; cleaning, $2.50 

Carleton, N.B., Public Building ($375.88)— 

Caretaker, J R Reid, 12 m. to June 30 

Allan, C. B., foundry work 

Clark, D W & Sons : electric light, 12 m. to July 1 1900 

Pullen, Jas. H., varnishing, graining. &c. , in post office, contract 

Seely Robt. stove coal. 1024 tons at $4.90 

St. John City, water rates, yr ending May 1, 1900 

Carpenter repairs, $9.35 ; kindling wood, $4.25 ; glass and glazing, $1 34 

Chatham, N.B., Public Building ($783.90)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Johnston, 12 m to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion lump coal, 22 '342 tons at $3.10 

Call, R R., anthracite egg coal, 35164 tons at $6.80 

Chatham Elec. Lt Co., lighting, 9 m to Jan'y 1 1900, $117 : lamps, $8.25 

Mowatt, Jas., putting up storm windows &c, $12.50; McLean, AC, foundrj r work, 
$12.30 

McLennan & Henderson, machine work, $6.36 ; Watt, Geo, hardware, $19.11 

Dalhousie Public Building ($638.55)- 

Caretakev, Wm Gould, 12 in to June 30 

Currie Bros, Wood-working Co., 1 office table 

McDonald, D., oil, 10 galls at 27c, 42 galls at 25c ; 1 cord wood, $2.50 ; sundries, $3.72. . 
• Powell, Chas., soft coal, 10"22 tons at $5.01 . . 

Seely Robt., broken coal, 20 435 tons at $7.19 

Woods, James W. , 1 Dominion flag, 12 ft 

Frederieton Public Building ($1,502.97)— 

Caretaker, Jas Perkins, 12 m to June 30 

Clarke, H M. : glass screen and frame and contract, $126.50; taking down old fences 
and posts, $2 . 75 ; cartage, 75c 

Farrell, Patrick, furnace coal, 41975 tons at $5.60 

Frederieton City, water rates, 12 m to Nov 1, 1900 

Frederictoii Gas Light Co. : gas, 12 m to Feb 1 1900, 50200 ft at $3 ; 141,400 ft at $2.70 ; 
meter rent, $1 .20 ; 1 arc light, 261 nights at 30c 

Kitchen & Shea, plumbing, $28.75 ; Seely, Robt, chestnut coal, 6 06 tons at $6.10 

One cord wood, $5 ; glass and putty, $4.42 ; putting up and storing storm sashes, $3. . . . 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 


26,685 42 


120 00 

12 00 
35 00 
32 05 


41 93 

22 24 


33 24 


200 00 


160 00 


12 09 
79 82 


400 00 
29 85 
10 85 

311 65 
10 43 


98 46 


35 55 


400 00 
50 00 
15 00 
29 14 


295 00 

14 25 

294 37 


33 23 


100 00 
32 26 

150 00 

20 00 

50 18 

8 50 

14 94 


300 00 

69 26 

239 12 

125 25 


24 80 

25 47 


400 00 

9 00 

19 42 

51 20 

146 93 
12 00 


400 00 


130 00 

235 06 

48 00 


611 79 
65 70 
12 42 


32,762 86 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-127 



Dominion Hiiil<lii)<>* : maintenance Continued. 



Broughl forward 



Moncton Public Building ($1,068.19)— 

Caretaker, E B Hioks, L2 m to June 30 

A.oadia Coal Co., Albion lump coal, 6002 tons at $2.99 

Hicks, E3 !>.. repairs to P < ) boxes, drawers Locks, &c 

Marks, John 1 1., cut -oft wood, 3 cords at $3 

.Moncton Water and Light Co ($427 88) 

Gas: L0 m to Mch 1, 1900, 15,900 ft at $2 ; 163,800 ft at $1.60 

Water, 12 m to Sept 1, 1900. . 

w . | Ritchie, T i'> : repairs to 1'. (). ceiling, 98.50 ; sundry carpenter work &c $8 

" ' ' Rowe, ( !. < tacar, plumbing epairs 

Newcastle Public Building (8854.78) - 

Caretaker, Patrick Keating, 12 m to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co, Albion coal. 20'848 tons at $3.69 

Call. RR,: eras, 9 m to Dec 31, 1899, 43,400 ft at $3; anthracite coal, 30-853 tons at 

$6.60 ; house coal, 3 '927 tons at 84.50 ; cartage & storage, $1.55 

Morrissy, John, chairs for Pbst-Offipe, 3 at $4*.50 

1 lardware, $9.30 ; 25 pkgs toilet paper, $2 

Portland Post Office ($290.80)— 

Allan, C B.: No. 14 " Silver Moon " stove, & fitting up &c, $26; foundry work. $5 60. 

de Bury, R. Visart, ground rent of P. O., 1 v to May 1, 1900 

St John City, water rates, 12 m to May 1, 1900 

St John Railway Co : electric lights, 12 in to Feb'y 1, 1900, 8,600 ft at $1 85; 28.600 ft 

at $1 . 75 ; meter rent, SI . 20 

Vioom & Arnold, anthracite nut coal, 5 208 tons at $4.75 

Hardwood and kindling, $4.25; toilet paper. $1 ; foundry work, S2 ; removing ashes, 

$4.20 

Sussex Public Building ($2,431.74)— 

Caretaker. Shepherd Dryden, 12 m to June 30 

Campbell, Herbert, carpenter work & material on Dominion Building, contract 

Campbell, Ludlow : carp, work, 6^ d at $2 ; material, SH .50 

Dryden, H H : placing hot water heating apparatus in Dom. building, contract, $1,290 : 

1 force pump & fittings &c, $29.24 ; extras on contract per order mech. engineer, §49.70. 

Ives, H R & Co., 1 Buffalo boiler 16 L. B 

Seely, Robert : egg coal, 30*976 tons at S6.25 ; stove coal, 4*955 tons at $6.47 

Sussex Water & Electric Co.: 19 16-0 p lamps, 10 m to Dec 31, 1899, at $8.25 per m.; 

installing 19 c p lamps, $40 ; 2 32-c. p lamps at 50c ; 1 16-c p. lamp, 60c ; changing 

lamps, 50c 

Wallace Bros : work in post office lobby, contract, $69 . 50 ; 1 nest pigeon holes, $5 ; 

re] >air8 to furniture, $4 . 10 

Carting & placing furnace in post office, $3.75 ; dry wood, $3 ; brooms, $1.63. 

St John Custom-house ($4,613.81)— 

Engineer, X J Morrison, 12 m to June 30 

Fireman, Christopher White, 12 m to June 30 

Caretaker, Jas. A Paul, 12 m to June 30 

Carbury, Frank : shovelling snow, 61 hrs at 17c ; assisting in repairs to elevator, $1.36. . 

Dolery, Michael, shovelling snow, Jan'y 2 to March 2, 1900 69^ hrs at 17c 

Feltham, Eliza, scrubbing & cleaning offices, 118i d at $1 

Fitzgerald, Richard, washing windows, 42 at 60c each. 

Halliday, Wm : re-setting ties in main hall— mason work, 2| d at $3.25 ; 3^ d at $1.50 ; 

sand <fc cement, 84c . . . 

Lordly Furniture M'f'g Co : 1 oak filing cabinet— 4 sections, with 8 doors & 280 pockets, 

$] L0 ; repairs to chairs, $4.50 

McAvity, T & Sons, hardware, $25.85 ; Porter, John, hauling ashes, 130 loads at 20c. . .. 

Pullen. '.lames H., plate glass, 1 pane, 44x50, $12, 1, 36x56, $10.50 

Starr, R P & W F : furnace coal, 330 24 tons at $4.14 ; Sydney coal, J4 9 tons at $2.90. 
St. John City ($517. 06)- 

Water supply, 12 m to May 1, 1900, 3,080,500 galls at He ; meter rent, $33 

Rent of water lots, No. 22, 23 & 24, in Duke's Ward, 1 yr to July 1, 1900 

St John Railway Co : electric light, 12 m to Feby 1, 1900, 12,400 x (£ constant) watts at 

1-v'c ; meter rent, $2.52 ; gas, 12 m to Feby 1, 1900, 76,500 ft at $1.85, 184,500 ft at 

$1. 75; meter rent, $4.80 I 

Vroom & Arnold, anthracite nut coal, 5 tons at $5.10 . 

1 coco;i mat, $3.50 ; 50 pkgs toilet paper, $5 ; hardwood and kindling, $8.75 ; shovelling 

snow, s5.SC) ; repairing lock, $1 .23 ; foundry work, $3.45 i 

St John Engineer's Office ($160)— 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison : 1 oak roll-top desk, $65 ; 1 oak drawer case, $35 

St .John Gas Inspectors Office ($1.26)— 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison, 1 cushioned chair 

St John Inland Revenue ($36.08) — 

Lordly Furniture M'fg < !o, repairing 1 chair 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison: linoleum, 21h yds at $1.25; laying same, $1.20 

rubber mats, 2 at $2 . 25 : 1 cocoa mat, $1.50 



$ cts. 

32.762 86 



400 00 
17'.' is 

24 15 
9 00 

293 ss 

134 00 

L6 50 

11 18 

400 00 
7<i 93 

353 05 
13 50 
11 30 

31 60 
130 90 

25 00 

67 17 

24 74 

11 45 

200 00 
175 00 

25 00 

1,368 94 
225 56 
225 66 



124 60 

78 60 

8 38 

720 00 

600 00 

500 00 

11 73 

11 81 

118 50 

25 20 

13 40 

114 50 

51 85 

22 50 

1,381 37 

495 06 
22 00 



-172 57 
25 53 

27 79 

100 00 

1 25 

2 00 
31 08 



Carried forward 42,15!) 58 



V-128 



AUDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



St John Post Office ($7,036.82)- 

Engineer, Jos Wolfe, 12 m to June 30 

Elevator-man, Edward Haney, 12 m to June 30 

Winding and regulating clock, G. H Martin, 1 yr to Nov 1, 1900 

Allan C B : making copper screens for windows, $30 ; sundry foundry work, $8.60 

Campbell P & Co., plumbing and material 

Fitzgerald, Richard, washing windows, 73 at 40c 

Hunter, James: incandescent lamps, 20 at 40c, 20 at 35c, 105 at 30c; repairs, S3. 50.... 

Moore, Margaret, charwoman, 34 d at $1 

Myles, Andrew : making 4 tables, 34 in wide, 13 ft long, zinc covered &c &c, contract, 

$120 ; sundry carpenter work, $14 .85 

McAvity, T & Sons, hardware, §29.29 ; Porter, John, hauling ashes, 42 loads at 25c 

Smith, A Chipman & Co, toilet paper, 103 pkgs at 10c 

Starr, R P & W F : nut coal, 5 344 tons at |4' 57 ; furnace coal, 100 18 tons at $4.23 ; 

Sydney coal, 228 tons at $2.90, 5246 tons at $4.85 

St John City : water supply, 12 m to May 1, 1900, 4,201,100 galls at He per 100 galls ; 

meter rent, $22.50 

St. John Ry Co : gas, 12 m to Feby 1, 1900, 1,500 ft at $1.85, 14,900 ft at $1.75 ; meter 

rent, $8*; electric light, 795,800 x (2 constant) watts at 15c, 3,182,400 at 13^c 

1,207,100 x (4 constant) watts at 15c ; 4,227,700 at 13ic ; Edison sockets, 4 at 35c, 6 

at 25c 

Inspection of elec meters, $9.50 ; repairing flags, $6.50; sundry cleaning, $8.70; kind 

ling, $8.75 ; hardware, $2.48 



St John Savings Bank ($341.69)— 

Starr R P & W F : egg coal, 39 -86 tons at $4.33 ; nut coal, 5 36 tons at $4.52 ; Sydney 

coal, 5-3 tons at $2.90 

St John City : water supply, 12 m to May 1, 1900. $15 ; meter rent, $2.52 

St John Ry. Co : gas, 12 m to Feby 1, 1900, 14,900 ft at $1.85, 43,300 ft at $1.75 ; meter 

rent, $2.40 , 

Rehanging windows, $2 ; kindling wood, $4 . 25 

St Stephen Public Building ($935.86)- 

Caretaker, Samuel Topping, 12 m to June 30, $400 ; outlay, $3.48 

Office Specialtv Mfg Co, 1 "0" postal bag rack for 22 bags 

Stephenson & McKenzie, repairing two roadways leading to wharf in rear of custom-house, 

Nov. 1895 

St Croix E L & Water Co, water rates, 12 m to July 1, 1900 

St Croix Gas Lt Co : bridge office, 9 m to Jany 1, 1900, 12,900 ft at $3 ; public building 

9 m to Jan'y 1, 1900, 78,000 ft at $3 

Teed, A J & Co, egg coal, 18 tons at $4.60 

1 ball lock &c, $3.50 ; 2i cords wood, $4.38 



Tracadie Lazaretto ($1,577.84)— 

Care of furnace and pump, Sceur Doucet, 15 m to April 24, 1900, at $12.50 

Call, R. R, anthracite egg coal, 100 '865 tons at $7.85 

Doucet, Soeur : wood, 150 cords at $2 ; hauling ice, 140 loads at 30c, 3 loads at 40c ; carp; 
work, 21 d at $1.50 ; plumbing, 11 d at $2.25, 8£ d at $2 ; cement work, 24 d at $1 . 
smith work $2.50 ; labour, 5 men 4 d at $1 each, repairing heating apparatus &c, 
$18.85; making refrigerator, $8.83; plank, 2500 ft at $30; 1000 ft scantling, $8; 1 
brl nails, $3.75 ; 3 galls lin. oil, $3 ; freight, $3.90 

Ferguson Wm : 1 box stove $8, pipe &c, $2 

Millers Foundry & Mach. Works, hardware, $1.37 ; McAvity T & Sons, hardware $2.90. 

Woodstock, N B., Public Building ($884.86)— 

Caretaker, Chas Trafton, 12 m to J une 30 

Care of clock, H V Dalling, 12 m to May 1, 1900 . 

Drysdale, James E : 1 writing table, $18 ; repairing P boxes &c $13 

Teed, A J & Co, egg coal, 3015 tons at $6.10 . 

Town of Woodstock, water supplv, 12 m to May 1 1900 

Woodstock Elec Lt Co : 9 m to Dec 31 1899, tower clock, $60, post office, $60, 1 16 c p 

elec lamp, 25c 

3 cords soft wood, $6; 3 office chairs, $6.50; 1 door spring, $2.25; glass and glazing, 

$9.75 ; carp repairs, $6 ; plumbing $7.90 ; sundries, $5.32 

Buildings— Maritime Provinces Generally ($10.21) — 

Dodwell, C E W : expenses, setting up telephone, $6.49 ; cab hire, $1 ; freight and 
express, $2. 72 

Aylmer Public Building ($1020.39)— 

Caretaker, Miss G. Woods, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Aylmer Water Works, 12 m to July 1, 1900 

Bate H. N. & Sons : Am oil, 38 97 galls at 21c ; 47 12 galls at 2Hc ; 47 70 galls at 22|c ; 
N H oil 4777 galls at 20c ; cartage $1 ; freight $1.30 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
42,159 58 



660 00 

600 00 

80 00 

38 60 
46 31 
29 20 
50 00 
34 00 

134 85 

39 79 
10 30 

480 22 

652 65 



4,144 97 


35 93 


212 16 
17 52 


105 76 
6 25 


403 48 
65 00 


40 00 
64 00 


272 70 

82 80 
7 88 


187 50 
791 79 



584 28 


10 00 


4 27 


400 00 


72 00 


31 00 


183 89 


34 00 



120 25 



43 72 



10 21 



60 00 
33 00 



41 11 



53,080 97 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-129 



Dominion Hiiildin^* : maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Aylmer Public Building ("on. 

Bourgeau Frs : building 12 ft x 10 ft ice-house as per contract $130 ; repairs done as per 
contract June 10, 1899 $130 ; rebuilding part boundary 14 yds at SI ; pointing same 
2 sides, 130 yds al 25c; capping same wood and galvd iron 100 ft, $50 : I cupstones 
for pier (2 x 2 \ i) al $6 ; painting, 33 windows at $1.50, 2 ladders (56 ft] at 15c per 
ft, 1 door $2; planting tiers IS at $1.50; taking down porch, dble windows and 
putting up blinds, 3() hrs at 20c, 31 hrs at 25c ; putting on dble windows 35 hrs at 25c; 
2 gates and railing on fence $10 ; 2 stoi*m-doors $10 ; blinds 13 at $5 ; new gates (w 
side) $10; 1 step-ladder $5 : 3 plank sidewalk $0; sundry repairing S24 ; sundry 
materials $17.18, overpaid, $10 , 

Charleliois Julie, cleaning after wiring of P. O. 13 d at $1 

Goyer David, repairing and cleaning tower clock 

Heney John & Son, nut coal 3 tons at $6.50 ; cartage $3 

Mulligan W. (!, kindling wood 3 cords at $2.50; sawing and splitting $2.25; piling in 
cellar s^.25 

McCullough ( :. W, coal : furn 12 tons at $0.25 ; nut 6 tons at $6.25 

Woods Jas W, Dom Hag 12 ft 

1 <ead pipe 37 ft $5.55 ; sundry plumbing &c $7.80 

Berthierville Post Office ($567.81)— 

Ghaput Henri, wood 6 cords at $3.50 

Dulac Aristide, frame- work and door 

Foucher, J. U, water 12 m to June 1900 $20 ; 1 sprinkling nozzle $1 ; less previous pay- 
ment $10 

Lamarche F. (), stove coal 11 '18 tons at $6 

Paquet & Godbout, as per contract : repairs and furnishing $185 ; fixtures $175 

Paul Theodore, painting 

Tranchcniontagne Ls, 1 stove $32.54 ; sundries $7.90. 

Dom flag $7.50 ; 46 ft ladder painted and ironed $5 ; 5 d clock $6.50 ; soap $2 ; door 

spring $2.25, check $3 ; oil, 25 galls at 20c, 46i at 19c ; repairs $8.21 

Coaticook Public Building ($917.46)— 

Caretaker, I. Baldwin, 12 m to June 30, 1900 $400 ; outlay 75c 

Buckland H. W., 4vood 5 cords at $3 

Coaticook Elec Lt and Power Co • 36 lights, 6 m to Oct 1, 1899 $106 ; 49 lights 6 m to 
Apl 1, 1900, $128.76; installing 13 lights in P. O. $26; 24 lamps $8.40; 
sundries 50c 

Coaticook Water Co, 12 m to Sept 1, 1899 

Cummings A. H. & Son : 15 window screens $9.50 ; putting on $1.50 

Hall A : sundry plumbing $6.31 ; 12 ft heavy pipe $3.60 ; labour, 2 men 12^ hrs at 60c, 
sundry $6 

Paige Tho's H : 15 brooms $4 ; 1 box soap $2.75 ; boiler $2.50 ; sundries $2.91 

Webster W. C. & Son : coal, egg 20 05 tons at $5.90 ; stove 4 tons at $6 

Use of coal oil stove $1 ; P. B. butts 6 x 6, 2 at $1 .10, 

Drummondville Inland Revenue ($45) — 

Hebert I & Co : desk $33 ; office chair $12 

Dundee Custom House ($40.25)— 

Hunter John, chestnut coal 5 tons at $7 . 25 ,. 

Morris Win F, 3 days' work 

Farnham Public Building ($567.48)— 

Elmes Geo. L : 50 ft hose and coupling $8 ; sundries $2 . 44 

Farnham Elec Co, lighting post office 6 m to Nov 15, 1899 , 

Town of Farnham, water 12 m to Sept 30, 1899 

Lapointe Cyiille : window blinds, 13 at $1.50, 6 at $4 ; fitting 17 hrs at 12hc 

Nadeau et Gauthier : wood, 10 cords at $1 . 75, 4 at $1 . 25 

Pouiin G. C : egg coal, 8 tons at $5 .25 ; T & G spruce 100 ft at 15c 

Saurette A : new mail entrance including doors and outside platform $60 ; 6 ft rough 
board fence 60 ft, $60 ; 2 rail (4 ft) picket fence 108 ft at $1 .25 ; large dble gate | 
$30 ; repairs to plaster and kalsomining walls (280 yds) $28 ; repairs to gutteis and 
fall pipe $10 ; coal bin 8 ft x 24 ft, $8 ; 2 wire screens $6 ; sundries $13 

De Vaudreuil J. E : painting 29 blinds 

Blount door spring $5 ; putting in a wash basin $5 ; putting rope on flag $2 ; plumbing 

repairs $2.92; sundries $8.49 

Hull Public Building ($993.02)— 

Caretaker, J. T. Madore, 21 m to Apl 1, 1900 

Bailey, Geo. Ottawa, fitting old keys to 170 P O boxes and repairing 49 locks, 36 hrs 
$10. 80 ; 117 new keys $23 .40 

Carriere Basil : 3 bracket lamps $4.50 ; 5 lamps at 50c; sundries $3.20 

Frechette, Mrs. Wm J : rent of temporary post office, 2 m to July 1, 1900 

Hull Citv : water rates, 9 m to May 1, 1900 $81 ; 3 m to Aug 1, 1900 $2.50; street sprink 
ling 189!), 213 ft at 4c 

Labelle J. B ; 1 putting on and 2 taking off dble windows and porch 

Lemieux Jos : wood 10 cords at $1 . 35 ; sawing and piling $6 

McCol lough G. W : coal, furn 35j tons at $5 . 65 ; stove 5 at $5.75 



$ ots. 

53,080 97 



(HO 93 
13 00 

20 00 
22 50 

12 00 

112 50 
12 00 

21 00 

10 00 

11 00 
67 07 

360 00 
10 00 
40 44 

48 30 

400 75 
15 00 



269 60 

40 00 

11 00 

23 40 

12 15 
142 30 

3 20 

45 00 

4 00 

10 44 
50 00 
10 00 

22 50 

11) 50 



350 on 

12 oo 

23 41 
275 00 

34 20 

10 20 
60 00 

11 25 
1!) 50 

230 73 



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V-130 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

,64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



«*oiBiiJiioM Kulldiniis : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Hull Public Building— Cow. 

Ottawa Electric Co : lighting 10 m to Mch 10, 1900, 3G820 amp hrs at lc . meter rent 10 

m at 25c ; less 40 per cent discount 

Parent Antoine : putting in 12 panes of glass . . 

Roy A : installing 10 lights rub wire $21 ; 2 switches $2.75 ; 175 c p lamp $2.40 

Joliette Public Building ($866.84) — 

Caretaker, A. Ratel, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Copping W : slabs 10 cords at $1 75 

Desroches Geo : 1 tent 

Dostaler D. A. : shed 16 ft x 28 ft $100 : taking off dble windows and porch $11 ; sun- 
dry repairs $37 .10 

From en t L. F : sundry hardware 

Joliette Corporation : lighting, 6 m to Nov 1, 1899 $43.20 ; 10 lamps at 25c; water rates 

12 m to May 1, 1900, $108 

Leprohon Martial H & Co : coal egg 20 "340 tons at $6 ; elec globes 1 doz at $3 

Majeau Alfred : plumbing repairs 

Electric globes $3 ; rep'g furnace $1 

Lachine Public Building ($910.81)— 

Caretaker, O. P. Robert 12 m to June 30 1900 ^ 

Am esse Alfred : cast-iron sink with connections &c, and sundry spec, plumbing $23 ; 

wood work about sink incl cupboard $15.50 ; painting 3 c, 46 yds at 25c ; tinting walls 

2nd and 3rd stories, 674 yds at 7c ; washing and cleaning same $6 ; rep'g 2 doors $5 ; 

sundries $3.50 ; labour 5 d at $2 

Bell Bros & Co : coal 16-54 tons at $5.20. 

Blanchard A. J : Dom flag 

Cavauagh Ed Co : 2 heaters, No. 5 $18.50, No. 2 $9 ; radiator $8 ; putting up $3 

Lizotte Arthur : rep'g roof $5.50 ; sundry plumbing $11.06 

Picotte Pr : pointing of post office re tender.. 

Pigeon L. B : maple 6 cords at $6.50 ; sawing and splitting $9 

Taylor J & J : opening safe 99| hrs at 35c ; rep'g door in factory $37 ; hanging door 20 

hrs at 35c ; expenses and fit $15 . 70 

Town of Lachine: lighting, 12 m to June 30, 1900, 10 lamps 16 c p, $60; elec fittings 

$3.15 ; water rates 12 m to June 30, 1900 $29.52 

Am coal oil 20 gals at 20c ; sundries $5 . 32 

Laprairie Public Building ($326.56) — 

Caretaker, A Thomas, 12 m to June 30, 1900 $50 ; outlay $4.80 

Beauvais Ludger : coal, egg 14 ' 94 tons at $6; chest 4 - 121 tons at $6.25; astral oil, 

46 J5 gals at 22^c ; 90 5 gals at 24£c ; sundries $3. 43 

Bissonnette Jos : rep'g drain pipe with a valve $25 ; rep'g roof $8 ; build'g staircase, 

fitting up flag on roof $12.80 ; wood, 2 cords at $4.50 ; sawing &c $4.50 

Bonneterre Edmond, plumbing 

Demers A : supplying water, 12 m to May 1, 1900 

Robitaille S & Co : Dom flag . . , 

Levis Immigration Building ($54.90) — 

Blouin J. A : wood, maple 9 cords at $4.50 ; spruce 3 at $4 ; cutting 3 cords 80c 



Montmagny Public Building ($191.03)— 

Laberge Alp : sundry hardware 

Mathurin J. A : 1 stove $15 ; sundry hardware $9.20 

Montmagny Elec Co : lighting 10 lamps 16 c.p. at $3.75, 9 m to June 30, 1900 $33.75; 

installation of 10 lamps and 2 switches $40 ; 1 lamp 30c 

Morin F. J : wood, pine 6 cords at $2.50; maple 7 at $4 ; 1 oak closet $10; sundries 

$2.68 

I; - >airing vault $3 ; sundry carpenter work $7 

Montreal Civil Service Examinations ($100) 

L : Association St Jean Baptiste de Montreal, rent of 3 rooms for exam. 1899 

Montreal Custom House ($2517.07)— 

Ca taker, C Daudelin, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Fireman, B. Lajeunesse, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Care of clock, P. W. Wood, 2 yrs to A pi 30, 1900 

Archambault Bros : window shades 3 at $4 ; linoleum 22 yds at $1.75 ; laying 22 yds at 

10c 

Auer Inc Lt Co : rent of mantel and chimney 62c ; 4 lights bought outright $14 

Brunet Frs : sundry plumbing 

Galarneau J. H : removal of ashes during seasons of 1898 and '99 

Montreal City : water rates, 12 m to Mav 1 1900 

Montreal Gas Co : lighting, 9 m. to Dec 30 1899, 240,300 c.f. at $1 .20 per 1000 c.f.; rent of 

2 meters $0.60; gas stove, Oct 13 1899 to June 30 1900, 44,100 c.f. at $1; rent of 

meter $1 

Moore T. F & Co : furn coal 100 tons at $5.50 

Jas Walker Hardware Co : sundry hardware 

Wilson Bros : slabs U cords at $4 . 50 ; maple 4 cords at $6 . 50 



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$ cts. 
57,238 15 



62,065 48 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-131 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Montreal Drill Hall ($742.50)- 

Engineer, Wm McDonald, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Fireman, .Jos Gagnier, Dec 1 to Apl 15 1900 

Montreal Examining Warehouse ($5053.53)— 

Fireman, M. Boyer, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

H. Marchand, 12 m to June 30 19D0 

Fireman, Nap Loiselle, Dec 1 to April 8 1900 

Archambault Broa : window shades 3 at $2.50 ; cocoa ruga 6 at $2.50 

Boiler Inspection Co : renewal of policy 2 yrs to July 1 1901 

Galarneau J H : removal of ashes 1898-99 

Lewis Bros & Co : best white waste 1,200 lbs at 10c ; Elliot's pat grate bars 18 at $4 ; 
brass Albany trap aut valve $12; 26 fathoms rope for blocks 1 in diam $13 ; 4 perfor 
ciist iron side bars :>!!) lbs at 3.jC ; 3 yds Jenkins sheet packing $24; belt laces 5 ft 
long 4 do/, at $2.50 ; Alpha boiler compound, 50 galls at 80c, GO galls $46.50 ; oil, Key- 
stone cyl 98 galls at 85c, valvade Eng dynamo 48 galls at 70c ; Albany grease (1 tin) 
$11.25;' sundries $47.99 

Montreal City : water rates 12 m to May 1, 1900 $446.20 ; 12 m to April 25, 1900 $120.68 
rent of meter $8 

Montreal Gas Co : gas, 9 m to Dec 30, 1899, 448,300 c. ft at $1.20 per M ; rent of meter 
$6.60 

Moore T. F & Co : furn coal 329*95 tons at $5.50. . . 

Walker, Jaa & Co : 3 box dock tickets at $1.25 

Weaver Geo H : f-in elevator rope, 260 ft at 16c. . , 

Wilson Bros : slabs 19 cords at $4.50 

Montreal Immigration Office ($20.37)— 

Montreal City : water rates, 12 m to May 1 1900. . . 
Montreal Immigration Building ($500) — 

Dawes & Co : rent of premises, 12 m to May 1 1900 
Montreal Inland Revenue ($1,037.98)— 

Fireman, Ls St Jean, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Montreal City : water rates, 12 m to May 1 1900 

Montreal Gas Co : gas, 9 m to Dec 30 1899, 102,600 c f at $1.20 per M ; rent of meter $2.70 

Moore T. F & Co : egg coal 35 tons at $5.50 

Removing rubbish 17 loads at 50c ; 1 cord slabs $4.50 ; sundry hardware $6.70 
Montreal Post Office ($14,032.76)— 

Engineer, Frank Green, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Electrician, G. Cingras, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Electrician, L. D. Thibault, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Elevatormen, 12 m to June 30 1900 : A. Forget $600 ; S. N. Nickle $660 ; O. Renaud $600 

Caretaker w. c's, C Vanboncceur. 12 m to June 30 1900 

Care of clock, T. A. Grothe jr. 12 m to Feb 1 1900 

Archambault Bros : linoleum, 96 yds at $1.40 ; laying 96 yds at 10c ; 1 carpet square $30 

Broc ks Manfg Co : " Sakta " cleansing powder, 307 lbs at 10c 

Brunet Frs : tins for divisions 255 at 20c ; f-in rubber hose 150 ft at 13c ; labour, 3 d 8 men 
at $2.50, $20; sundries $16.40 _ 

Desjardins Jos : removal of ashes 12 m to June 30 1900 $25 ; removing rubbish, 7 loads 
at 50c. 

Montreal City ; water rates, 12 in to May 1 1900 

Montreal Gas Co : gas, 9 m to Dec 30 1899 : St Catherine St, 46,100 c. f. at $1.20 per M, 
meter $1.50 ; St Lawrence St, 39,100 c. f. at $1.20 per M, meter $1.20 ; St James St, 
43,900 c. f. at $1.20 per M, meter $1.50 

Moore T. F & Co : furn coal 134 '99 tons at $5.50 ; stove coal 4 tons at $5.75 

Robillard & Co : velvet 1GJ; yds at $1.50 ; border 20 yds at $1.50 ; inlaid linoleum 30f yds 
at $1.35 ; tapestry !>| yds at $1.75 ; 4 plush mats $14 ; Brussels 3| yds at $1.40 ; bor- 
der 11 1 yda at $1.40 ; 'sundry furnishings $23.69 

Royal Electric Co ($6,933.04)— 

Lighting St James St P.O., 11 m to Feb 28, 1900, 621,700 amp hrs at fc ; rent of 3 

meters $8. 25 

A. C. motor current, 12 m to June 30 1900, 25150 amp. hrs at |c ; rent of 2 meters $6 
( >|h rating, 12 m to June 30 1900— 



Stamp cancelling machine, 49592 amp hrs at |c. 



Passenger elevator, 5500 o hrs at 35c 

Frt elevator, 1 8 h p motor at $660 per an ; rent of meter $3 

Attendance on P. O. elevators, 12 m to May 25 1898 

Valiquette N. G : stools 52 at 00c ; oak desk $20 ; wardrobe $18 ; revolve chairs, $10, 
$12.50, 2 at $8.50 ; office ehair $8 ; easy 2 at $3.50, 1 at $4.50 ; off table $5.50 ; 8 



chairs $lf 



Walker Jas & Co : 84 ft cable $12 00 ; toilet paper 175 rolls at $1.25 per doz ; rub cord 
wire 300 ft at He ; glass $3.74; 3 do/, sockets $8; 1 fire stand $5 ; shades $4.80.; 
wheelbarrow $4.50 ; sundry hardwai-e $163.31 

Weaver Geo H : rope, £ in shipper 207 ft at 10c 

Wilson Bros : Scotch grate in bags, 1 ton at $6.50, ^ ton at $7 



1— 9Jv 



Carri :d forward 



$ cts. 
62,065 48 



540 00 


202 50 


600 00 


540 00 


186 20 


22 50 


80 00 


35 00 



524 81 

574 88 

544 56 

1,814 73 

3 75 

41 60 

85 50 

20 37 

500 00 



600 00 


99 91 


125 82 


192 oil 


19 70 


720 00 


720 00 


720 00 


1,860 00 


456 25 


60 00 


174 00 


30 70 


106 90 


28 50 


702 77 


159 12 


765 45 



165 17 



3,738 45 
156 84 

297 50 

1,927 25 

603 00 

L50 00 



! is 95 



224 72 
20 70 
10 00 



82,426 08 



V-132 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Montreal Post Office— Con. 

Eight day clock $6 ; elec fittings $5.28 ; repg typewriter $7.25 ; soft soap 66 lbs at 8c ; 

sundries $2 . 68 

Montreal Public Buildings ($1,700)— 

Engineer, Thos Ryan, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Caretaker, Ed Lanctot, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Quebec Brigade Office ($82.20)— 

Odte P. J : Brussels carpet 48 yds at $1 .50 ; laying 48 yds at 15c ; sundries $3 

Quebec Citadel ($2,224.40)— 

Caretaker, G. P. Eecteau, Oct 1 to Jan 1 1900 at $1 a week 

Archer & Co : stove coal, 12 ■ 145 tons at $5 . 40 ; 10 ' 425 tons at $6 . 25 

Bell Telephone Co : rent of telephone at Gov. Genl's quarters $50 ; repairs $1.65 

Gagnon Thomas : time of man 14^ d at $2 ; sundries $14. 65 

Gauthier J & Bro : labourers, 67 d at $1.50 ; washers 129 d at $1.25 ; furnishers 8 d at 
$2 ; uainters 4 d at $1.75 ; tables painted and enamelled 2 at $3.50 ; sundries $5.27. 

Hutchison W. M., clerk of works, Rideau Hall : travelling expenses Mch 12-15, 1900 
$14.60 ; June 12-28 $19.75. . . . •. 

Juneau Aug : paint 371 lbs at 15c; wall-paper, 30 pes at 25c; 48 pes at 40c; sundry 
$5.92 ; border $10.74 ; glass $8.40 ; embroidered inscription on cotton for ball $25 ; 
painting 140 d at $2 ; sundries $35 .15 

Lacasse P. C : putting in 3 elec bells $19.59 ; rep'g elec bells, materials $10.20 ; labour 
$15 

Laine Leon : 2\ ft maple, 5 cords at $5 . 20, 1 cord at $4 . 40 ; 3ft maple 15 cords at $5 . 80 ; 
\ cord soft wood $1 . 75 ; cutting $17 . 20 

Parent Paul : Richelieu closets, 2 at $5.40, 2 at $5.10 ; lead for sink 580 lbs at $7.80 a 
100 ; tin 53 lbs at 35c ; 1 wood sink $6 ; 1 man and helper 11 d at $4 ; extra time 22 
hrs at 40c ; sundries $24 .50 

Patry J. H : hard ware ...... ... 

Picard O & Son : gas repairs, plumbers 24^ d at $2 ; workmen (2 men) 82 hrs at 40c ; 
labourers 5i d at $1 .50 ; fittings $45.01 

Quebec Gas Co": July 20-Nov 2, 1899, 122,800 c. f . at $1 . 75 per M 

Reid Geo, carptr Ottawa : travelling expenses, Ottawa to Que, Que to Ottawa, Oct 23- 
Nov 6 1899, including board 21 d at $1.50, $27.90 ; Ottawa to Que and New Rich- 
mond and return June 11- Oct 17 1899, including board 128 d at $1.50, $201.15 ; less 
$30 advanced in 1898- 9 (page Q— 77 

Trudel L. Z : plumbers 34 d at $2.25 ; helpers 34 d at $1 .25 ; sundries $13.10 

Vezina Chas : 12 in drain pipe 32 ft, $13.86 ; 12 in elbows 6 at $2.75 ; labour 4 d (4 men) 
at $8; sundries $14. 28 

Vermette Theo : services as foreman, June 1899 

Repairing reservoirs $7.05 ; hardware $4.20 ; sundries $3.24 

Quebec Cullers' Office ($955.93)— 

Fireman, Jas O'Neill, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Archer & Co : egg coal 25 " 05 tons at $4.85 

Olavet F X : glass 116 ft at 10c. ; sundries $3.93 

Hearn Jno G : placing No 7 Daisy boiler with connections &c .... 

Laine Leon : 2^ ft. maple 8f cords at $4.40 ; cutting at 80c, $7 

Lajeunesse N. P : plumbing repairs 

L'Heureux Zeph : removal of ashes, 21 loads at 25c 

Wrench $3.50 ; grate coal 2 tons at $3.60 : sundries $2.35 

Quebec Custom House $2,336.75)— 

Fireman, J. R. Mountain, 12 m to June 30, 1900 ..... 

Care of clock, Theophile Armand, 12 m to Apl 30 1900 

Amyot Jos : toilet paper 5 doz at $1.40 ; supports 5 at 60c 

Archer & Co : egg coal 80'53 tons at $4.90 

Gagnon Thos : office chair $8 ; 3 chairs $4.75 

Gingras A. A. .7 : sundries 

. Laine, Leon : 3 ft. maple 27 cords at $5.50 ; cutting at 80c, $32.20 ; soft wood 6j cords 
at $3.50 ; cutting at 80c, $5 

Langlois, Geo : removing snow from roof, 2 seasons to Apl 1900 

Menard Pr : shovelling snow, winter 1898-99, 59^ d at $1, winter 1899-1900, 93i d at $1 ; 
removing ashes 9i d at $1.25 

Quebec City : water fates, 1899-1900 , 

Quebec Gas Co : gas during Jan'y 1900, 25,400 c. f. at $1 .75 

Turcotte Elz : carlure 600 lbs at $5 

Vallerand A E : Astral oil, 96f galls (2 brls) at 25c. ; sundries $2.25 

Quebec Engineer's Office ($144)— 

Breen Thos, allowance for office rent, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Quebec Examining Warehouse ($2,757.25) — 

Engineer, D. P. Kennedy, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Fireman, McLaughlin Thos P., 12 m to June 30 1900 

Archer & Co : furn coal, 69"62 tons at $-1.73 ' 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
82,426 08 

26 49 



1,200 00 
500 00 


82 20 


39 00 

130 67 

51 65 

43 65 


297 03 


64 35 


447 56 


4-1 79 


136 35 


168 09 
14 97 


135 06 
215 07 


199 05 
93 98 


76 64 

52 00* 
14 49 


540 00 
121 51 

15 53 
200 00 

45 50 

15 09 
5 25 

13 05 


540 00 
25 00 
10 00 

394 59 

12 75 

1 05 


207 59 
80 00 


164 88 

800 00 

44 45 

30 00 

21 i 44 


144 00 


900 CO 
548 33 
329 30 



92,673 48 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT . EXPENDITURE, 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Dominion Building. : I!Ialntenance-C<m<mu«& 



Brought forward 



Quebec Examining Warehouse Con. 

Boiler Inspection Co : renewal of policies, 2 vrs to July 1 PHI] 
In ras I P* XnX! "'"""V' r Pi '" "^ at «** BUndriW 4ic ! ! 

gingras l. i . Hlondyke metal polish I gross al $30 

LachanceO: new keys 17 at 25c; labour 12 hrs at 30c';' reiVe locks &c 

l-ne Leon : 3 ft maple s cords at $5.50 ; soft wood 13 cords at 

Langlois Geo : : shovelling' snow,' 2 seasons "to Api'lOOO" 
Martineau.T. E: oil, cyj 15 galls at 65c 
Quebec City : water rates L899 11)00 

g^becGas Co : gas 8 n, to Feb 1, 11)00, 53,1)00 c.'f'.'at $1.75 a M 
Kochon Ueo : removal of snow. 259 loads at 15c 
I arpente" - 
Qu " 



$3.50; cutting, 21 1 ords 



engine 12 galls at 45c; sundries $2.70. 



I arpenter work $7.81 ; soda 330 lbs at 2c; brooms Adozat M 
>bec Immigration Buildings (#344 44)- 2 b 

Gagnon Thus : 1 sofa $8 ; 1 table $2. . . 



Gingras .Jos : grate coal, 39 tons at $3:60 " 

Lame Leon : 3 ft maple 36 cord s at $5. 50 : ' cutting at 80c'a cut 

cords at $4 40 ; soft wood 2 cords at $3.50 ; cutting 20 
Vezina-Nap: elec lamps 50 at 25c. g * ' 
Quebec Observatory ($598.91)— 

^WtSSdrieelfc': . shmgle " ° M at * 2 ' 60 ; sheet iro " n at 70c 

Gingras Edou : pine panelling' 15 toises at' St" 
cedar 117 ft at 15c. ; 1.' in planks T & ( 
( f 12; labour, carpenters, 20 d at $2 ; sundries $24.19 
arentPaul: repairing hot water furnace, materials $13.90- 7^d ' 



40; 2^ ft. maple, 15f 



labour 10 d at 

dble windows 14 pr's at $1.50 ;' 12 ft x'l2 ft 
3 tois - at $b ; skylight (12 ft x 7 ft) and frame 



ing reservoir, 



Picard 01 



materials $10 72 ; 6| d, 2 men, at $4 ; cartage $1.50 



men, at $4 ; clean 



:x:SESSS-«*^sfi5S.S;,Stes 



Quebec City : water rates, 1899-1900. 
■Quebec Post Office ($4,432.48)— 

Caretaker, Jean Roy, 12 m to June 30 1900 
1- ireman, F. J. Cooper, 12 m to June 30 1900 
A «J& Co : coal >-egg 903 tons at $4.90 ; 
$o.2o 



stove 5 tons at $5.25: chestnut 311 tons' at 



1)1 1 ' " H C ° : T ent ° tele P ht »ne 12 m to June 1 1900 . 
SSL S? De : Car, - tr wor X 10 d at W.'75 ; sundries $6.05. 
Tagnon Thos : repairing chairs $6.75 ; office chair $7 



Gingras A. A. J : soap $5 ; sundries $10 



^ 3?t^ ™ ^r clock 81.50: 

ffi nT Ge v : ren ^° Val °! r ,low from roof ' 2 seasons to Ap 1900 ' ' ' 

iSTf-lono,- C ' a ri'- g 1UbblSh ' 2? loads at 50c > a8hes ^ loads at 5i 
lai t< I H< >n< .re.: taking away snow. 2 seasons to 1899-1930 



>, 1899 at $45.50 per 



Lang] 

Mar 

Montmorency Elec Power C6: lighting, 9 hts, May 5-Oct 

16 c p 104 v lamps, 100 at 25c; labour 50c " 
ricard Olivier : painting letter boxes, 47 at $1.25 

w at 3c, 329 -2 at 2^c 

3hm at 50c 

Quebec City : water rates,' 1899-1900 

Labourer. ['. Menard, L8 d at $1.25. 
Quebec Queen's Wharf Building ($1,197 79)— 
Archer & Co : coal, v^r 49-975 tona ;(t s , s: 
Cornveau Th : labour, 12} d at $2.25 



at $1.75 per M. 



Cote P. J : 20 yds carpel 
Laine Leon : ' 



$3.50 



Parent Chs A 
Quebec City : 



ri 5SSS«S«5fc.f .^*° ; x «"**i" - 'AhiSeoV^ft W^d s'^d;- 



: 1 bar ref. iron lj x }, 
water rates 1899-1900. 



Carried forward , 



V-133 



$ ots . 

92,67:; 48 



L20 00 

16 41 
15 00 
11 85 



106 30 


60 00 


50 85 


450 00 


91 33 


38 85 


16 03 


10 00 


14 04 


307 90 


12 50 



55 40 

215 24 

83 12 



195 15 
50 00 

700 00 
547 50 

488 13 
35 00 
23 55 
13 75 
15 00 

100 00 
78 00 
96 50 

103 95 

160 00 
38 00 

200 00 

253 00 

58 75 



234 64 

750 00 

277 38 

15 00 

21; 83 



195 00 

22 50 


293 77 


64 27 

12 00 


77 30 
45 

750 00 



100,226 72 



V-134 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 190T 



Dominion Buildings: Main tenance— Continued. 

Brought forward 



sundry $2 . 



work on 



^^aT^tp'^ug'lm'.F.n'y-.Tune 1900, J641.70 ; travel, telephone &e $68.38; 

elec car tickets $20 *" "** 

Maranda H : clerk of works, Dec 19-Jan 29, 41 d at $3 . .. . -. 

Vermette Theo : clerk of works, July- Aug, Oct, Dec, Jam June 1900 10 mo* 

Roy E F E (late Secretary of Public Works Dept) travel, inspecting buildings 

Richmond Public Building ($1,133.82)- 

Caretaker, H, Desmarais, 12 in to June 30 1900 . . • 

Bushey T. G : repairing 8 prs blinds $24 ; refitting letter-receiver $6 

Campbell Chas : 1 P. O. outfit complete ... ••■••••■ • 1 

Desmarais Bros : hard wood, 7 cords at $3, % cord at $4 ; soft wood, I cord at $2 o0 4 

cords at $2 ; sawing and splitting $20.15 ; splitting and putting in cellar $5 ; kalsom 

ining 2i d at $2 ; digging 5 d at $1 ; sundries $50.68... .. . • • ........ ■ • 

Houle Leonidas : replacing 6 locks, rep'g hinges of outer door $6.75 ; materials for closet 

in basement $11 ; altering letter rec'r $2 . ... . ... ■ -•■•. .■■■■ ■ •■■ 

Jutras L : wire screens, 28J ft at 50c ; 8 day clock $9 ; 3 door locks R H and L H $10 

Knight locks 2 at $1.75 ; sundries $1.05 . ..... . . • • • • • • ■ 

McMorine Bros : matting 40 yds at 75c ; stair plates 10J doz at 30c . . - ... 
Rattray R : plumbing, 20 hrs (2 men) at 50c ; 10 hrs (1 man and helper) at 40c 

Rioht^CouWE^ 

Smith J. D : coal, 40*21 tons at $5.35 ; 75 ft hose $11. 2d ; brass butts b x 6, 3 prs, $11 .55 , 

sundry hardware $42.87 .• • - ■ • • 

Cleaning yd, 1\ d at $1.50 ; removing double windows $2 
$2.40 ; 9 prs hinges $3 ; 
$1; sundries $4.33 

Ri ^re^:^ C ^ 2 Le P Se; July 1-Mbh 24, 1900, $109.08 ; Mrs. C. Garon, Mch 

30, 1900, $40.32 • •. • • • • • •'•tf'Lk 

Guerrette Arthur : soft wood 10 cords at $2 ; sawing and splitting Wt .d0. . ...... • ■ ■ - - 

Lepage H. G : astral oil, 48 "53 galls at 28c ; Dom flag $11 ; soft wood 10 cords at $2 

sawing and splitting $0 ; hardware $31.49 

Talbot J. A : water, 12 m to Nov 1, 1899 

Twice putting up halliard $-1 ; plumbing $2 

River du Loup Public Building ($947.81)- 

Caretaker, Z. Raymond, 12 m to June 30 1900. •■•■••••■•■.■• -- 

Dion Nap : egg coal, 25-117 tons at $8.70 ; sundry plumbing $3o.00 

Fraserville Co elec lighting, 15 in to Dec 31 1899, 21 lights at lc ant ........ 

Lachance & Son : 1 shed $185 ; painting 14 d at $2 ; lin oil 5 galls at 80c ; 75 lbs pamt 

$5.25 ; work on scaffold $5 ; sundries $2.5p ... . . . . . ■••■■• •■ __ 

Viel Jos : soft wood 10 cords at $3, hard wood 10 at $3.20 ; hardware $10. 77. . . . - . . . . . 
Carptr work $9.55; repairing roof $8.50; smith work $6.75; repairing ceiling $7.50 

sundries 95c 



$ cts. 
100,226 72 



730 08 

123 00 

548 00 

50 00 



repairing 24 window fasteners 
fittings $2.90 ; rep'g sewer pipe $3 ; washing 4g d at 

i-Jun< 



putting up new 



Sherbrooke Public Building ($2047.28)- 

Caretaker, O. Deseve, 12 m to June 30 1900 . 

Care of clock, R. J. Spinney, 12 m to Mch 1, 1900 . . . 

Berthiaume Michel : putting up dble windows $12; taking down $12 

P. O. rack $3.80; sundries $6. 17 ■ . .... • ••• ••• • ■- ■• 

Bissonnet P. A : cocoa matting, 40 yds at $1 . 12|, 2o yds at 07^c •••■••••• • • •, ■•• 

Boucher E: repairing slates and valley on roof of exam, warehouse &c $17 ; rep'g roof of 

Oode ? re°s!ns ; & P cT b n?c g Sr^oise stove' No" 3 $10.50 ;' j& weather strip 4^0 ftat^jc'; 

putting ii! l place $5.0(5 ; glass, dble panes, 4 at $2.30, 5 at $1.50, 4 at $1.45, sundry 

$12.12 ; sundry hardware $23.52 :., • • - • • • ■ • ■ ■ ■ • • • 

Couture Jos : removing snow 99 Ids at 20c ; removing ashes 30 Ids at 20c 

Ita <£?P : ek^li a ST';epairing letter-boxeV 237 at 15cV sund^ry repairs $4.65 :'.::::: 

Fuller W. H : 7 doz toilet paper $8 . 40 ; sundries $8.07 '•-•••-■ • • 

Huot Jean : carting away snow 162 Ids at 20c ; ashes 34 Ids at ZUc 

Sherbrooke Gas and Water Co ($711.28)— 

Elec lighting, 12 in to Mch 31, 1900, 92020 amp at 50c per 100, meter $3 . . . 

cZ l 1 Shtino 4 d1 1 1899- Mch 15, 1900—62100 c. ft. at 25c per 100 ; rent of meter $3 
. Wights and t P easures dtof 6 m to Mch 15, 1899, 9 m to Mch 15, 1900,-3200 c 
at 25c ; meter $1.13 - • 

Appraiser's office : 3 m to Mch 15 1900, 300 ft at 25c ; meter 38c . . . 

Gas stove, June 30 -Mch 15, 1900, 37100 c f at 1% per 100 ; meter $1.13. 

Fixtures and tittings $16.04 ; no voucher $16.13 . ... . . . 

Sherbrooke City Waterworks : water rates, 12 m to Sept 15, 1J00 

Simoneau Jos : glass screen • • ■ • • • ■ • • • • ■ • 

Smith J. D : coal, egg 43 08 tons at $5.75 ; nut 5 445 tons at $6 



150 00 

32 00 

250 00 



117 83 

19 75 

43 68 
33 15 

31 40 

150 58 

280 80 
24 63 



150 00 
27 50 

82 08 

25 00 

6 00 



266 64 

253 37 

91 98 

229 80 

72 77- 

33 25 



400 00 
30 00 

33 97 
61 88 

100 00 



83 70 
25 80 
10 00 

46 20 
16 47 
39 20 

463 10 
158 25 

9 13 
1 13 

47 50 
32 17 
50 00 

125 00 
280 38 



Carried forward. 



106;063 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-135 



Dominion Buildings : maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Sherbrooke Public Building Con. 

Carptr work §6.68 ; oart'g away rubbish 29 Ida at 25c ; painting i> letter boxes $5; hard- 
ware $4.86; sundries $9.75 

Sorel Public Building ($2205.86) 

Caretaker, Chs Robitaille, 12 in to June 30, 1900 

( lare of clock, J. A. Wright, 12 ra to Jan 12, 1900 $50 ; repairs $3.50 

Oiste Wm : polishing floor, 5£ d at $1.50; sundries $7.80 

Martin Alexis : egg coal. 50 tons at $5.25 ; slabs, 5 cords at $3 ; black birch, 6coi 
Pontbriand Bros: repairing furnace, mechanic 7$ d a1 $3, helper 7£d at $1.50; 2-i 

tubes, 12 al 18c ; sundry repairs $15.75 ; sundries $14.69 

Provost Naz : alterations to 2nd story (contract) 

Robitaille A.del : sawing wood, haul (2 cuts) (i cds at $1.50 ; soft (3 cuts) 5 ods at $1.50 : 

piling in yard 1 1 cds at 10c 

Sorel Corp .ration ($598.50)— 

Water, 12 m to Oct 1, 1900 

Gas, Mch 15 June 15, 1899, 12000 ft at §2 

Gas, 9 in to Mch 15, 1900, 170000 c f at $1.50 per M 

ling a id repairing 3 front doors $5 ; Auer mantles 7 at 50c ; paper baski I 

whitewashing fence (twice) $6.50 ; carting 1 snow 14 Ids at 15c, ashes 20 Ids al L5c; 

sundries $6.26 

St Henri Post Office ($616.54)— 

Lainarche Jos : 1^-in pipe 80 ft at 15c ; 1-in pipe 192 ft at 10c ; man and helper 45 J. hrs at 

45c ; sundry pipe and fittings $28.46 

Montreal Gas Co : May 12, 1899 -Mch 3, 1900, G0600 c f at SI. 20 per 1000; meter $2.70. 

Montreal Water and Power Co : water rates, 12 m to July 31, 1900 

.\ 1 1 lore T. F. & Co : egg coal 26 tons at §5.50 '. 

Pauze J. B. & (Jo : work on 1st story — walls papered 358 yds at 15c ; ceiling whitewashed 

136 yds at 10c ; painting stairs, wainscotting, doors, windows <&c 265 yds at 25c ; on 

2nd story — walls and ceilings whitewashed (2 coats) 204 yds at 10c ; paint'g 108 yds 

25c ; sundry panes A glass $14.65 ... '. ... 

Picotte Pr : making and placing iron gratings on 4 windows, 2 of dimensions 3 ft x 3 ft 

71 ins and 2 of 3 ft x 2 ft 7h ins 

Robert L & Co : black birch 2 cds at $6 ; sawing and splitting $3.20 

One nt latch $1.40 ; repairing door-lock $1.50 

St Hvacinthe Public Building ($1400.54)— 

Caretaker, V. X. Tetreault, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Archambault : 50 ft hose and connections $8.50 ; sundry plumbing $10.55 

Bertrand F. X : combination lock $12; repairing safe $8.75; ashphalt 60 yds at$l ; 40 ft 

ladder $50 : sundry repairs $5.28 

La Compagnie d'Fclairage de St Hyacinthe ($142.53) — 

Elec lighting, (i m to Sept 30, 1899, 1177800 at lc per 100 watts ; meter $3 

Gas, 11 m to Feb 28, 1900 : 7100 c f at 15c per 100 ; 3800 c f at 20c ; meter $3.50. . . . 
La Compagnie des Pouvoirs Hydrauliques de St Hyacinthe : elec current, 5 m to Feb 28, 

1900,-1,932,000 watts at lc per 100 ; meter $1.25 ; elec fittings and repairs $11.55. . . 
Marceau V : soap 90 bars at 5c ; pearline 48 pkts at 8c ; Am oil 15 galls at 30c ; sundries 

$14.47 

Morin I,. P ; dble windows, taking off (2) $9 ; putting on $4.50 ; sun carptr work 

Rouleau, C & Son : egg coal, 30295 tons at $0.75 ; wood $30 

St Hyacinthe Waterworks : 12 m to July 31 1900 

Therien Pr : sundry plumbing : labour, 17.7 h at 50c, 5^ at 30c ; materials $15.09 

Carpenter work $3.35 : hardware $5.59; tarpaulins 10 at 35c; electric lamps 1 doz $3 ; 

electrnc repairs $1 .60 ; sundries $6 .50. 

St Jerome Public Building ($586.12)— 

Caretaker, A. Beaudry, 18 m to May 4, 1900 

Desforges Jos : 3-ft. hemlock 6 cords at $2 ; maple and birch G cords at $2 

Filion Ferd : 2 new porch doors 832 ; sundry repairs $8 

Godiner Chs ; egg coal 24 '455 tons at $6.50 

3t Jerome Power and Electric Light Co : lighting, 12 m to Jan 31, 1900 

St Jerome Waterworks : water rat s, 12 m to April 15, 1900 

Strasbourg Jos : shovelling snow, winter 1899-1900, 12 d at $1 ; sawing and splitting 

wood, 8 cords at 00c 

Hardware S3. 22 : repairing vault door $6.85 ; repairing furnace $7 ; repairs $1.30 .... 

St Johns Public Building ($776.74)— 

Caretaker, Leon Forrant, 12 m to .Time 30, 1900 

Mombleau E : making connection, varnishing pipe and rebronziug all pi] 

helper 3 d at $3.50 ; materials $18.75 

ii J as : egg coal, 8 tons at $5 75 

cal David, gate 

St Johns Electric Light Co : lighting. 9 m. to Dec 31, 1899 

St Johns Waterworks : 2 y to Feb 1, 1901 

Door spring $2.33; sundries $6.66 



man and 



$ cts. 
1 Oil, 0,13 89 

33 40 
100 00 

16 05 

84 36 
700 00 

17 60 

250 00 

84 00 

264 50 



80 I ! 
75 42 

1/3 00 



210 60 

GO 00 

15 20 
2 90 

400 CO 
19 05 

136 03 

120 78 
21 75 

20G 00 

27 31 

34 00 

150 00 
25 49 

25 64 

75 00 
24 00 
40 00 

(iu 99 

16 80 
18 37 



350 00 

L20 00 
8 99 



Carried forward I 111,683 09 



V-136 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900, 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



St. Lin Post Office ($503)— 

Brien Ovid, rent of premises, 12 m to May 1, 1900, $300 ; cost of restoring house to original 

condition #203 

St Rochs Post Office ($135.94)— 

Archer & Co : stove coal 10" 11 tons at $4.98 

L'Heureux Zepherin : carting snow 1 06 loads at 12ic ; ashes 7 loads at 25c 

Quebec Gas Co : 9 m to Feb 1, 1900, 24700 eft. at $1 . 75 per M 

New kevs G at 25c ; 1 cord soft wood $3.50 ; cutting $1.60 ; carpenter work $5.74 ; smith 

work $5.50 ; plumbing $2.01 

St T jVincent de Paul Penitentiary ($120)— 

iai i m Boiler Inspection Co : renewal of policies, 12 m to July 1, 1900 , 

Three Rivers Custom House ($975.82)— 

Caretaker, P. Gravel, 12 m to June 30 1900 

Buckley H, 3-ft. hard wood, 10 cords at $6.50 

Denechaud L. T : astral oil 21 galls at 35c ; sundries $12 .71 

Guillemette Nap : taking down shutters, putting up double windows (twice) $30 ; replac- 
ing sundry panes of glass &c $6 . 05 

Luckerhoff & Bro : sundry plumbing, labour 208 h at 30c ; materials $9.93 .... , 

Malone Jas. C. : furnace coal 50 tons at $5 . 65 ; chestnut 3 tons at $5 . 75 

North Shore Power Co : lighting, 12 m to Dec 31, 1899, at $7 . 46 a month ... 

Three Rivers Waterworks : water rates, 12 m to Jnly 1 1900 

Electric lamps 12 at 25c ; ashes &c 22 loads at 15c ; sundries $2.75 ... 

Three Rivers Post Office ($1900.55)— 

Caretaker, Arthur Gauthier, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Buckley H : 3 ft. hard wood cut and piled, 6 cords at $6.50 , 

Cole's Man'f'g Co : 18-f t Dominion flag 

Desilets & Gouin : installing 4 electric lamps $15 ; installing electric bells $8 ; sundry 
repairs $5 . 85 ... 

Gauthier Z : electric globes 2 doz, $8.40 ; 1 box soap $3 ; sundries $21.99 

Guillemette Nap. jr : sundry removal of double windows and shutters &c $28.50 ; sundrj" 
repairs to doors, locks &c $19 .65 

Lassonde Narcisse : repairs to P.O. as per contract 

Luckerhoff & Bro : sundry plumbing, labour 160 h at 30c ; materials $9.40 

Malone's Three Rivers H. P. & L. Co : egg coal 25 tons at $5 . 50 

North Shore Power Co : lighting, 12 m to Dec 31, 1899, at $7 .71 a m 

Office Specialty Man'f'g Co : postal bag rack (28 bags) 

Three Rivers Waterworks : water rates, 12 m to July 1, 1900 

Freight $2.14 ; typewriting of specifications $4.25 ; sundry repairs $5.85 

Valleyfield Post Office ($433.29) 

Dion & Guindon, stove coal, 8 ' 135 tons at $5 . 50 

Papineau N : rent of premises, 12 m to May 1, 1900 $300 ; taxes for 1898-99, $29.70 

St Onge A : maple 2 cords at $6 

Valleyfield Electric Co : lighting, 12 m to Dec 31, 1899, at $3 . 30 a m ; sundry lamps &c $3. 45 

Willig Eugene : cleaning stove-pipes 

Almonte Public Building ($677 . 50)— 

Caretaker, Wm Moulton, 12 m to June 30, 1900 , 

Cummings J H, Am. coal oil, 46 "41 gals, at 21 he, 96 "7 at 23c. 

Mc Arthur Wm. egg coal, 23 tons at $6 , 50 ; repairing water pipe 50c 

Young Bros ; pumping water, 12 m to June 30, 1900. 

Wood 2 cords $7; sundries $13. 29 , 

Amherstburg Public Building: ($904.48)— 

Caretaker, Richard Elliott, 12 m to June 30 

Amherstburg Electric Light Co : lighting, 12 m to March 31, 1900, $150 ; 3 lights at 
customs, Jan. 24 to Mch. 31, 1900, $1 . 66 ; installing 3 lights $6 : lamps, 23 at 35c. ; 
repairs 75c 

Gibb Andrew, sundry carpenter work. ... 

Mann John & Sons, Lykens anth egg coal, 25' 96 tons at $4.60 

McCrea F, hickory wood, 5 cords at $3 . 75 

• Town of Amherstburg, water 12 m. to Sept. 30, 1900 

Wigle David D : plumbing (contract) $101 .20 ; coal oil, 7 gals at 22c ; hardware, etc, $6.66 

Putting up and taking down storm windows $8.50 ; repairing elec. bells, $1.80 ; removing 

door frame, $8.75 ; 9 brooms, $4.50 ; sundries, $4 .70 

Arnprior Public Building ($949.99)— 

Caretaker, R. B. McCreary, 12 m to June 30 

Arnprior Electric Light Co : lighting 11 m to Mch. 31, 1900, 16312 hrs. at /^c, 8229 at 
ttc ; meter rent $1 . 78 ; porcelain shades 29 at 25c 

Moir John S : coal 30 ' 78 tons at $5 . 80 ; fitting coil per tender $30 ; 2 door springs and 
check* $18 ; 6 lamps at 75c ; sundries $9 . 89 ' 

Rudd S. R., water supply 6 m. to Feby. 17, 1900 

Tieniey W. P.: levelling and grading grounds, altering steps, etc, contract, $65; extra 
earth filling, 40 yds. at 50c ; wood, 7 cords at $3 ; sundry repairs $5 

Polish and paper, $2 . 75 ; wood 3 cords at $2 , . , . 



Carried forward 118,283 66 



$ cts. 
111,683 00 



503 00 



50 35 


22 50 


43 24 


19 85 


120 00 


300 00 


65 00 


20 12 


36 05 


72 33 


299 75 


89 52 


84 00 


9 05 


400 00 


39 00 


19 50 


28 85 


33 39 


48 15 


900 00 


57 40 


137 50 


92 52 


70 00 


62 00 


12 24 


44 74 


329 70 


12 00 


43 05 


3 80 


400 00 


32 21 


150 00 


75 00 


20 29 



400 00 



166 46 

27 20 
119 42 

18 75 

35 00 

109 40 

28 25 

400 00 

164 37 

240 87 
25 00 

111 00 

8 75 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-137 



Dominion Building:* : Maintenance— Cvn&mued. 

Brought forward 



Barrie Public Building ($882.06)— 

Caretaker, R. I). Hill, 12 m to June 30 

Barrie Gas Co : gas, 10'5 m to Mch. 31, 1900, 83,300 cubic feet at si .75, 4900 at 82.50; 

overpaid 18c 

Barrie Water Works Co., water rates, 12 m to Dec. 1, 1900 

Johnston & Sargeant, furnace coal, 40 tons at $0.25 

Toilet paper. $5.60; ashes removed, 10 loads at 50c; 2 cords soft wood at $2; sundries 

$9.36 

Belleville Public Building ($1928.53)— 

Caretaker, J. P. Reeves, 12 m to June 30 . • - 

Belleville Gas Co : 111 to Dec. 20, 1899, 159,000 cubic ft. at $2.25 

Belleville Water Works : water rates, 12 m to .July 1, 1900 

I hiesbury. R., 60 loads ashes at 50c 

Hanley Thos : carpenter work, 64 days at $2.25 ; hardware, etc., $10.95 

Leavens C. C : wood, 4 cords at $3, 4 at $6 

Marsh & Henthorn : pipe hand-rails, 9 at $7 ; pine 956 ft at $25 ; iron straps and forging, 

$7.25 ; making and erecting steps, 111 hrs at 35c 

Moon Malcolm : painting letter boxes, 14 at $1 ; glass, 5 plates at $1.40, 3 at $1 ; glazing 

2 lights at $1 , 

Owen James : 1 expansion tank, packing and repairing valves, $30 ; repairs to roof, $65 ; 

1 closet tank, $6 ; sundries $22.55 

Rathbun Co ; egg coal, 90 tons at $5.13 

Weir, John, street sprinkling, 31 weeks at 75c ; sundries, $7.25 

Mattresses, 2 at $4 ; hardware, $9.46 ; sundries $24 

Berlin Public Building ($1213.74)— 

Caretaker at $400 : A E Lyons, bal for May and June 1-16, 1898, $38.83 ; Ira Hart, 11 m. I 

to May 31 , 1900, $366. 63 ; Jacob Clemens, June 1 900, $33 . 33 i 

Berlin Gas Co : gas, 12 m. to March 30, 1900, 142900 cubic ft. at $1.75, 22,400 at $2 

Berlin Town, watering King st 

Berlin Water Commissioners, 15 m. to Oct. 1, 1900 : water $38.75 ; steam heating S7.50 ; 

street sprinkling $9 ; less discount $2.29 j 

Bowman Reuben : enlarging wicket and repairing floor, $18.85 ; repairing 8 windows at 

Si ; sundries $13.30 ! 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., governor rent, 12 m to Dec. 31, 1899 j 

Erb M & Co : repairing chairs and desk, varnishing table etc j 

Hymmen, H. : changing mains $50 ; cast iron conductor and repairs, $20 ; marble slab 

and back $7 ; sundries $30.25 

Kloepfer & Co : grate coal, 20 '48 tons at $5.75 

Mitchell Wm : wood, 4 cords at $6 ; cedar 1 at $4.50 

Vetter, H : 99 lbs paint at 10c. ; 186 hrs work at 20c; sundries. $19.24 

Flag and fireworks $3 ; s. lump coal, 2 " 24 tons at $3.85 



$ cts. 
118,283 66 



400 00 



Brampton Public Building ($778.60)— 

Caretaker, Jas. McBride, 12 m to June 30 

Brampton Gas Co : gas, 9 m. to Dec. 30, 1899, 48,600 feet at $2 

Brampton Water Works : water rates, 12 in to June 30, 1900 

Citizens' Gas Control Co : governor rent, 12 m to March 31, 1900 

Cook, Jas. , street watering, 25 weeks at 25c 

Crisp, Thos., painting office, kitchen and dining-room 

Hutton Elec. Co., lighting, 12 m. to December 31, 1899 

Moorhouse Mfg. Co : 7 awnings ... 

McCollum, R. J : fur. coal, 23 tons at $5.20, 2 at $5.15 

Peaker & Son : plumbing, $10 ; sundries $6.50 

Wood, 1 cord at $6 : Hags, 13, doz at $1.80 ; paper $3 ; sundries $10.55 

Brantford Public Building ($1515.25)— 

Caretaker, John Squire, 12 m. to June 30 

Bishop, .John & Sons, brooms $4.75 ; sundries $6.58 

Brantford Electric & Operating Co: incandescent light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1899 $241.50 ; 
extra light Nov 4, to Dec. 31, 1899 56c ; sundries $2.93 

Brantford Gas Co.: gas, S.\ m to Feb. 28, 1900,700 ft. at $2, (iOO at $1.50 ; meterrenl $1.60 

Brantford Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to March 1, 1900 . . . 

Clement, J. K.: 1 desk at $4.75, 6 locks at $1. 50, sorting racks ^ 1.7-5, sundries $11 

Duncan. Charles: Brussels carpet, 100yds. at $1.30 ; linoleum, laid and fitted. 51^ yds. 
at $1.20; 14 blinds, cord, &c, $52.15 

Elliott, Thos., egg coal, 6583 tons a1 $4,54 

Frankland, < reo. EL: lavatory repairs, $12 ; sundries $4.68 

Moffat, Alex., Seth, Thomas, 15 day clock. ... 

Repairing Locks and boxes, $5.80 ; kalsomining ceiling and walls - s s ; teaming ashes, 

1 cord wood, $4.60 

Brockville Public Building ($1,465.55)— 

Caretaker, W. H. Moore. 12 m. to June 30 

Carried forward 



158 21 


.-,11 00 


250 00 


23 85 


600 00 


357 76 


60 00 


33 00 


25 56 


36 00 



133 00 

26 00 

123 55 

401 70 
30 50 
41 46 



438 79 

294 88 

5 25 

52 96 

40 15 
30 24 
20 00 

107 25 

117 n 

28 50 
66 34 
11 62 



400 00 
97 20 

25 00 

14 50 
(i 25 

15 00 
20 00 

26 00 
129 90 

22 50 
22 25 



000 00 

11 33 

244 99 

3 90 

34 20 

29 50 

243 '.'7 

298 ^s 

16 68 

L0 00 

21 80 

400 00 



1 27.001 84 



V-138 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Brockville Public Building — Con. 

Brockville Light and Power Co.: gas, 11 m. to March 31, 1900, 209,200 ft. at $2, 15,200 

ft. at $2.50; meter rent, $4.40; incandescent light, 12 m. to March 31, 1900, $9; 

sundries, 95c 

Brockville Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to Oct. 31, 1900 

Row & Co., awnings, 10 at $4.50 

Shields, Geo. E. : coal, 56 tons at $5.25 ; wood, 2 cords at $2.25 . 

Smart, R. H. : 1 brass rail, $45 ; sundries, $4.50 

Brush, soap and paper, $6.10; putting in lock and bolt, $5.60; repairs, $4.50; remov- 
ing ashes, 20 loads at 30c. ; incandescent light globes, 9 at 30c; removing windows 

and awnings, $6 ; sundries, 90c 

Carleton Place Public Building ($500.70)— 

Caretaker, J. F. Halpenny, 12 m. to June 30 

Hughes, Thos., coal oil, 100 galls at 25c, 100 at 30c 

Moulton, Wm., hard wood, 4 cords at $3.75 

Singleton, F. W. & Co. : coal, 20 tons at $5.65 ; sundries, $2 

Brooms, $3.00 ; scavenger work $3.25 ; springs $3 ; glass $2.90 ; sundries $2.95' 

Cayuga Public Building ($302.57)- 

Caretaker, G. A. Gibson, 12 m. to June 30 

Bunn, J. A., light 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1899 (less 20 days) at $50 per annum 

Cayuga Electric Light and Power Co., light, Nov. 18, 1898, to July 19, 1899 

Cole's National Mfg Co., 15 ft Dominion flag 

Grant, A. J., Scran ton coal, 15'35 tons at $6.25 

Murdoch, J. D. & Co. : 1 bath $20 ; 1 boiler $11 ; 74 hrs time at 40c ; 16£ lbs metal at 30c ; 

plumbing, $7.57 

Scavenger work $5 ; coal oil, 10 galls at 23c ; oil cloth 7 yds at 30c ; sundries $6.35 . . . 
Chatham Public Building ($1,102.22)— 

Caretaker, W. W. Mitchell, 1.2 m. to June 30 

Central Drug Store : 4 dusters at $1 ; druggists' supplies $6.60 

Chatham City, water vafes, 12 m. to Dec. 1, 1900 

Chatham Gas Co.: gas, 12 in. to Mar. 31, 1900, 126,000 ft at $2 ; less allowance for use of 

gas stove, $24 ; sundries $2.13 

Crow, A. R., 25 75 tons egg coal at $5.90 ; wood, 3 cords at $5.50 

London Auer Light Co : 18 mantles at 50c ; 18 chimneys at 15c ; 6 shades at 15c 

Riddle, John, coating roof, etc., contract 

Riddle, Robt., putting angle iron on doors 

Snell, John R., painting outside woodwork, contract, $130 ; painting 20 letter boxes, $20.. 

Watt, Jas., & Sons : gas meter $28.50 ; fitting up one heating coil, $27 '■ ■ ■ 

Westman Bros. : raw oil, 3^ galls, at 75c ; 9 qts. turpentine at 25c. ; 7 lights $1.99 ; repairs 

$3 . 55 ; sundries $7 . 02 

Whitewashing 7 ceilings and kalsomining 3 walls, $7; scavenger work $7; soap $4.30; 

hardware $6 34; sundries $3.15 

Cobourg Public Building ($799.75)— 

Caretaker, Hy. Payne, 12 m. to June 30 

Cobourg Electric Light and Power Co. : electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1899, 9,830 ampere 

hours at lc ; 4 renewal lamps, $1 ; meter rent $2.25 

Cobourg Water Works Co., water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1900 

Cobourg Gas Co. : gas, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1900, 36,600 ft. at $2 ; meter rent $1.50 

Thompson, Geo., furnace coal, 35 tons at $4 . 80 

Pine wood, 2 cords at $3.50 ; ashes, 12 loads at 25c 

Cornwall Public Building ($1,295.70)— 

Caretaker, Robt. Conroy, 12 m. to June 30 - 

Care of clock, L. E. Bailey, 12 m. to Aug. 18, 1899 

Fallon, J. J., putting in 4 rods and pointing walls 

Hunter, John G. : repairs to water service pipes $12.50 ; plumbing as per contract $25. . 

Mulhern, A. F. & Co., coal, 40 tons at $5.95 

Broderick, John, wood, 4 cords at $4 . 75 

Storinont Electric Light and Power Co. : gas, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1900, 140,300 ft at $2.50 ; 

meter rent $2 . 70 ; lamp post, 9 m, $24 

Cornwall Water Works, water rates, 12 m to July 1, 1900 

Repairing chairs $4.50 ; labour $7 ; putty and glass $3.38 ; felt $1.85 ; sundries $7.02. . . 
Dundas Public Building ($639.25)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Graham, 12 m. to June 30 • • 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., rent, gas governor, Aug. 31, 1897 to Nov. 30, 1899 

Dundas Electric Co. : lighting, 9 m. to Jan. 31, 1900, $45 ; wiring post office for electric 

lighting as per contract, $20 .50 

Sturrock, C., 3045 tons coal at $5.50. ... 

Wilson, R. T., 12 m. rent public offices to June 30, 1900 

Gall PubhVBuilding ($1,428.51)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Kilgour, 12 m. to June 30 

Brownlee, John : hard coal, 30 tons at $5 . 20 ; soft, 1 at $4 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1900 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
127,001 84 



470 75 

170 00 
45 00 

29S 50 
49 50 



31 80 



300 00 
55 00 
15 00 

115 00 
15 70 


.50 00 
22 22 
29 86 
15 75 
95 94 


73 05 
15 75 


400 0o 
10 60 
40 00 


230 13 

168 43 
12 60 
40 00 
10 00 

150 00 
55 50 


17 17 


27 79 


400 00 


101 55 
45 50 
74 70 

168 00 
10 00 


400 00 
75 00 
50 00 
37 50 

238 00 
19 00 


377 45 
75 00 
23 75 


50 00 

7 00 


65 50 

16 75 

500 00 


400 00 

160 00 

20 31 


131,347 89 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-139 



Dominion Buildings : maintenance— Continued. 

Brought forward 




^iStSvSS^m.9m.^3u i . .. M 101,660 H ,.. t2 ; terrent|1.40 

Hogg JohiiS., wood, 4 cords at $6.50, 1 at $4.zo 

ffig^tn^«^ £3,'«o; material' for same $i.50 ; glass' and paper; 
$5.55; painting 16.... ..^ : — _—.— VJ ■,;,;;/ ;^;.;/ ^ ; , ; 7:> 7 <„.;, !lls ' time at lOc; 

J9.75; paint 
mdries $14.20, 

Town of Gait: water rates, iz m u> ouiy j, ww, »«. , -i- s ■ » P ' 

H^^^U.' ^"^ forsame * B; ' "** aU(V ,,ili;, ' V **' W °° mS * V SU " 

drkSs$7.30 • 

Gananoque Custom-house ($202 .60)— , 

Gananoque Electric Light Go.; lighting, 1 yr 
Rathbun Co.: coal, 20 tons at $4.73, 2 at Wi ■ ■ ■ 

Gan S;iI A 8 D^u^ffeat$l8; carpenter work $7.03 ; sundries $5.93. . 

( Jrouter. W. K.: 4 days' work, $8 ; sundries $10.93. . . . . . . . •• 

Gananoque Electric Light Co., hghting.l year to Dec. 5, 1899 

; labour and material for floor $1.25 ; brooms, 10 at 25c ; sundries $6. 78 . . 



to Dec. 5, ISO*.). 



'hose,' $3.30 ; sundries $4.05. 



etc $8. lb, - 
Wilson, H. & Son., wood, 3 cords at $4 . 
Water Supply $5 ; repairing pumps $4.95 
Goderieh Public Building ($741.74)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Bissett, 12 m to June30 . . 

Allan, Alex. McD. : electric lamps $10.80 ; polish $1 

Cartage and Fuel Co., wood, cords at $5 ""'A' 'jm'qVo .' Wnai'r! 

Cattle Bros.: digging and laying 6-in sewer as per contract, $13.20 , repairs fco.-o , 

dries $2.00 ■•■'„ 

Holmes, F. Barlow, coal, 28-00 tons at too. 60 



Tipling, T. G.: soap. 



$5 ; brooms and brushes $5. 



to March 



1900. 
hrs at 45c, 3 at 30c. 



plumbing 



glass' $5.71 ; keys' and filing $2 ; sundries 



Town'of poderich'7 1 water rates, 12 m to July 1, 1900, $00 ; electric light 12 n 

Gla^B.46; mason work,' 2 days' at $2.50; iiaper $4' ; sundries $3.80 

Guelph Public Building ($950.32)- 

gKSMSS SfiMfi^^l^'i; per contr^20 l^i and ium 

ber $7.88 ; carpenter work, 181.V hrs. at 20c, 17 hrs $1.35 ; sundries 
Citizens' Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor 12 m to March M 
Feek & Philips : 1 J. valve $3.50 ; time and help 

ceoairs $9.99 ■ • 

Frank Frank, coal, 24 75 tons at $4.98. ...... . .. .. ■ • • • • • ■ ■••••• ■• 

Gowdv Mfg. Co., wood cut and split, 3 cords at $6, 1 at$4, piling $1 

Guelph Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to July 15, 1900. . . . . . . ■ • • • • • • • ■•• — ■• ■ 

Guelph Light & Power Co.: gas, 9 m. to Jan. 1 1900, 21,900 ft at «4 19,70U at • •< , 

Hughi, ^! de^mg'ceWpooi; 20 cubic' yds,' at' $1.50, " making 'holes in cover of cess- 

pool $1 •■••• 

Kloepfer & Co., grate coal, 5 36 tons at $4.98 
Morris, Geo. B.: 5 door springs & check $7.81 

Teammg ashes $8 ■ repairing and putting rope'on flag pole'$0 ; dressing stone * 

and soap $3.80 ; sundries $7.92 

Hamilton Drill Hall ($300)- 

Engineer, Henry Marris, 8 m. to June 30, at $40 

Hamilton Old Custom House ($20.30)— 

Hamilton Water Works, water rates, 6 m. to July 1, 1900 

Hamilton Public Building ($5738 . 62)— 

Caretaker, A. Barnard, 12 m. to June 30. • • • • • • ■ ■ • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Engineer of custom-house hoist, Thos Nicholson, 12 m. to June Si 
Lees Thos.: repairing & attending clocks, 2 yrs to 

2 yrs to June 21 1. L900, $100 - 

Fireman Jno. Wigglesworth, 9 in. to June 30 • • • • • ; 

\u tu'.).-l., putting in sewer and building chamber -far surf ace drain .... y ^ 
l,!uiey,C?o, Ottawa, opining, cleaning, lacquering and fitting with keys 25 lei 

Bouteft GilmoreY soap aiidrope $0'; brooms," $4'; flraeifS i sundries $4.18. . . 

Citizens' < las Control Co., rent of 2 gas governor;, 9 m to Dec. 31, 1899 

Colgan, Thomas : removing ashes, $40 ; hauling snow, $8 

Dow, 11 & J., wood, ±h cords at $7, fc at $4 



L2 m. LO O uiif ou • ■ ■ ■ 

June 2, 1900, $30 ; care of tower clock 



Carried forward 



$ cts . 
L31,347 89 



204 50 
30 25 

22 00 

15 55 

517 50 

25 90 

94 00 
L08 00 

25 00 

18 93 

141 00 

7-1 47 

31 28 
1.2 00 
17 90 

350 00 
11 80 
30 00 

21 05 

1(30 04 
10 00 

140 00 
L8 25 

400 00 

71 52 

22 38 

20 02 
123 24 

23 mo 

152 44 

31 00 
26 67 

17 89 

30 72 

360 00 
20 30 

600 00 

L30 00 
360 00 

17 56 

17 is 

is 00 
32 50 

136,699 32 



V-140 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Hamilton Public Building — Con. 

Electric Supply Co. , installing elec. call bells and telephones 

Fairley & Stewart : renewal in lavatory, etc., $8.70 ; 2 traps $15.75 ; sundries $6.28 

Hamilton Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1900 

Hamilton Electric Lt. & Cataract Power Co., wiring P. O. for electric light (contract). . . 

Hamilton Gas Light Co., gas, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1900; custom-house, 18,400 ft at $1.40, 

20,200 at 81 ; meter rent, $3 ; post office, 290,400 at $1.40, 326,800 at $1 ; meter rent 

$9...., 

Malcolm & Souter : making dead -letter cabinet $32 ; putting up pole with rings and cur- 
tain $18 ; desk-slope and 3 bicycle stands $8.50; repairing chairs $7.50; making 

postal note cabinet $5 ; sundries $2.90 

Mathews, James & Sons : painting street letter-boxes, 80 at 82c. . . 

Reid, W. J.: repairs to post office, $50.50 ; spring hinges on 4 doors, $20 ; repairing 
doors, &c, custom-house $9.05 ; platform at mail doors, $8.56 ; door-spring and 

repairing door $5 ; sundry repairs $17.10, contract 

Rogers Coal Co., coal, 17005 tons at $4.52 ." 

Ross Bros.: kalsomining caretaker's apartments, $75 ; work at warehouse rooms $50 : 
plate glass, 5 lights in custom-house and post office, $60.91 ; glass, 3 lights, reglazing 

3 lights and repairing lead work, $11.50 .... 

Soper, R.: Dominion flag, 18 feet, $17 ; awnings, 4, $14.40 ; repairing flag and bunting 

$3.25 , 

Stewart, James H: plumbing work in custom-house $31 ; putting in sink and gas pipe, 

contract, $25 ; renewal in lavatory $8.35 ; sundries $3.68 

Watkins, Thomas C: linoleum, 33 yds at $1.25 ; shades, 3 at $1.90 ; blinds, 2 at $5.50 ; 2 

pairs curtains $7.65 ; sundries $3.51 

Wigglesworth, John, cleaning windows, 12 days at $1.50 

Wilson, John : repairing roofs and troughs, $35 ; 6 furnace plates $5 ; pipe, iron, &c, 

$4.25 ; sundry repairs, $6.50 ... 

Repairing pump and elevator $6.75 ; paper $5 ; seaming flag $5 ; sundries $6.85 

Ingersoll Post Office ($30)- 

Ross. John, coal, 5 tons at $6 

Kingston Custom House ($1,156.34)— 

Attending furnace, R. B. Murray, 10 m. to May 31 

Carson, Mrs A.: scrubbing and cleaning offices, 14 m. to June 30 

City of Kingston : water rates, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1899, $54.40 ; street watering 1899, $8.95 
Crumley Bros : oilcloths, 16 yds and felt and laying, $16 ; towels, cotton and blinds $3.40 
Elliott Bros.: plumbing, 55 hrs at 35c, 33 at 30c, 1 at 40c. ; 6 taps $5.40 ; 50 ft hos 
coupling and nozzle $6.53 ; paper, $1.90 ; plumber's supplies $13.72 ; sundry repairs 

$7.63 

Ellis, Arthur, services as architect, 1,277 hours at 60c ; lh p. c. commission on accounts 

$40.93 ; less $402.69 charged to Post Office ." 

Harrison, T. F & Co. : desk and chair for surveyor's room 

Kingston Light & Heat Co.: gas, 9 m to Dec. 31, 1899, 22,300 ft at $2 ; meter rent $1.50 

Oldreive & Horn, English ensign ... 

Sowards, James, coal, 50 tons at $4.25 

Sullivan, M. : carpenter work, 41^ hrs at 30c ; removing sashes, 46 hrs at 25c ; pole 

climber's charges $4.50 ; sundries $3.05 

Removing blinds, 25 hrs time at 25c ; soap, $4.85 ; wood, 1 cord at $3.50 ; glass and 

brooms $2.75 

Kingston Examining Warehouse ($38.45) — 

City of Kingston : water rates, 12 m. to Dec, 31, 1899, $12.40 ; street sprinkling, 55c 

Sowards, James, coal, 6 tons at $4.25 

Kingston Graving Dock Office ($178.45)— 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., 1 safe $L70, packing 75c, freight charges $7.70. 

Kingston Inland Revenue ($130.49)— 

City of Kingston: water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1900, $76.74 ; street sprinkling, 75c 

Kingston Light, Heat and Power Co.: gas meter Nos. 1 and 2, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1899, 
24,100ft at $2, $48.20 ; meter No. 3, 6 m. to Sept 30, 1899, 400 ft. at $2, 80c; meter 

rent, $1 

Kingston Military College ($1456.50)— 

Engineer, Wm. Johnston, i2 m to June 30 

Robt. Marshal], Jan. 12-15, 18 -24 at $1 .50 

Fireman, M. Madden, 12 m to June 30 

Kingston Post Office ($1529.15)— 

Attending furnace, &c, at $12 per month : Alex. Milligan 2 m, $24 ; S. L. Spencer, 7 m. 

to May 31, 1900, $84 ; R. B. Murray, 1 m. $12 

Brame, H., making case pigeon-holes 

Carnovsky Wood Mfg. Co. : fitting letter-boxes and panel work, $75 ; 146 T V h. time at 30c; 
7\ h., $2.25; hardware and lumber $3.89; taking off sashes, &c, $7.50; top for 

platform $2.25 ; sundry repairs $10 .10 ... 

City of Kingston : water rates for year 1899, $42 . 60 ; street sprinkling, $6 . 18 

Clarke, Mrs Ann, scrubbing and cleaning office to June 30, 1900, 71 d. at $1 ... 



Carried forward , 143,921 08 



$ cts. 
136,699 32 



70 00 

30 73 

1,000 00 

465 00 



791 32 



73 90 
65 60 


110 21 

768 62 


197 41 


34 65 


68 03 


69 11 

18 00 


50 75 
23 60 


30 00 


120 00 

112 00 

63 35 

19 40 



67 70 



404 44 
44 00 
46 10 
18 00 

212 50 


31 50 


' 17 35 


12 95 
25 50 


178 45 


77 49 



53 00 

780 00 

16 50 

660 00 



120 00 
10 00 



144 82 
48 78 
71 00 



PUBLIC W0RK8 DEPARTMENT . EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-141 



if. .mini. mi Building*: maintenance -Continued. 



Brought forward. 



at 35c, 6 at 30c; plumber's supplies $16.19 



| CtB. 

1 13,921 08 



.*)l 26 
K)2 69 

10 00 

341 45 
1!) 30 
M 65 

1!)! 25 



Kingston Posl ( >ffice Con. 

Elliott Br.»s.: labour, 3 d. at $3.50, 37 I 
pipe $2.01 : sundry repairs $10.80 .. 

Ellis, Arthur, services aa architect, see Custom house for details ... 

Harrison, T. K Co., 3 chair cushions 

Kingston Light, Heat and Power Co.: gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1899, 169,600 ft at .92; meteT 

rent $2.25 

Mitchell, J. C: carting L8 loads paper and helper's time $7.50; paper and ashes, 10 ioads 

at 25c; labour, 3d. at $1.60, 3 at $1.50 

Robinson Bros.: glazing and varnishing letter box screen, $35; lettering 33 letter boxes 

$1.50: glass, 10 lights, $5.15 .... .'...' 

Sowards, •lames, coal, 45 tons at $4.25 

Toronto- Auer Light Co.; lighting, 22 lights :it $1.50 each per annum for 18 m,3 for i.2 

m, 1 for (ii)i. to June 16, L900; 8 cylinder chimneys at 30c; shade 25c 

Wood, $7; repairing flag and clock $2 ; labour, 3A h. at 35c, S at 25c ; sundries $4 32 
Lindsay Public Building ($71 1 .71)— 

( 'aivtaki r. Win. ( bdbraith, 12 in. to June 30. 

Lindsay Light, Heat and Power Co.: electric light, 47 lamps, 12 m. to March 31, 190(X 

Lindsay \\ aterworks, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Mallon, A. D., painting letter boxes, 10 at $1 

McLennan & Co., coal, 2354 tons at $5.75 ..:..... 

Reeves, Frederick : cement §11.00; sand and stone $5; labour, $3.40, 34 d. at $i 374 

4iat$2.50 , . 

Rogers, John, scavenger work 

Wood, 4 cords at §2 ; labour, 19 h. at 30c, 15 h. at 22^c ; removing windows S'O. (JO;' sun- 
dries $1 . 38 

London Custom House ($2270.58)— 

Engineer. M. Mulkern, 12 m. to June 30 

( Saretaker, W. Greer, 12 m. to June 30 ... 

Bowman & Co., coal, 4" 77 tons at$3.20. 

Chantler Bros., coal, 44 ' 98 tons at §4.98 

Campbell & Chantler, coal, 47 '27 tons at $4.98 

City Gas Co. : gas, 9 m. to Mch. 1, 1900, 152,600 ft. at $1 ; meter rent, $3.60 

Daly, John M., wood, 9 cords at $7, 3 at $4.50 

Gray, Patrick, removing ashes, 8 m*at $3 

Lewis, R. , glass and glazing 16 lights, $17 . 55 ; sundries $1 . 85 . ...... . .' .......' 

London Carpet Cleaning Works, cleaning 326 yds. carpet at 7c, border, 69 yds. at 2c 
London Electric Co.: lighting, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1900, 3,417,500 watt h. at 9c per M.; meter 

rent $2 . 25 

London water commissioners, water rates, 12 m. to July is, 1900. . . 

Reid, James & Co. : brooms, 2 doz. at $3.60 ; feather dusters, 6 at $1 ; sundries $4.60 

Reid Bros & Co. , 1 case toilet paper 

Screaton, A & Co. , 1 Dominion flag 

London Inland Revenue ($7.50) 

Marshall, W. J., repairing vault and bars 

London Post Office ($3,310.34) 

Engineer, John Price. 12 m. to June 30 

Bartlett, W. H., removing ashes, 7 m at $3 ...!!!!! 

Bowman & Co. : coal, 5 07 tons at $3.20 ; wood, 7 cords at $6.50, 5 at $4 50 

Chantler Bros. : coal. 81 '21 tons at $4.98 ; wood, 1 cord at $7 

City Gas Co. : gas, 9 m. to Mch. 1, 1900, 7500 ft. at $1 ; meter rent $5.85. ../..[...'.'. ', 

Grand Trunk R'y-, freight on rack 

Hunt, F. C. , plumbing, labour, $16 . 45 ; material, $7 . 10 

Leonard, E and Sons, 2 sorter's tables 

London Electric Co.: lighting, 12 m. to Apl. 1, 1900, 18,629,600 watt ti. at 9c per M 

meter rent $3 

London Water Commissioners water rates, 12 m. to July 15, 1900 

Moran & Ridge : labour, 12 hrs at 45c, 12 at 22c ; anchors $4 ; brick and clay $3.96.! 

Office Specialty Mfg Co., taking down and shipping bag rack 

Tytler. Win. : building shelving with doors, $72; making 2 cupboards, pigeon-holes, etc 
$49; gate and pigeon holes $35 ; windows $24 ; hangers and rack $11 ; rods & hooks 
$9 ; table $7 ; labour, 14 8 days at $2.50, 76 hrs. at 30c ; lumber, $5.71 ; repairi no- 
locks $3.40 ; sundries $16.67 . 

Paper $8; flags $7.20 : wood, 1 cord $7 ; repairing chairs and window $5.26 ; badffes and 

pm8$4.50; sundries $6.60 

Millbrook ($1 I 

Richards, H., painting letter box 

Napanee Public Building ($978.74)— 

( Saretaker, Robert Webster, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Care of clock, F W Smith <fc Bros, 1 yr to Ap 1. 1900 .........'.'.'.'.. 

Lahey & Co., 1 Dom. ensign 

Madole, M. S., repairing roof and conductor pipe, $10 ; 3 sets steps, $8*; sundries $12 

Carried forward 151 854 7< i 



57 40 


L6 55 


400 00 


75 00 


20 00 


10 00 


135 31 


30 35 


10 00 


25 05 


600 00 


400 00 


15 26 


224 00 


235 40 


156 20 


76 50 


24 00 


19 40 


24 20 


309 82 


140 00 


17 80 


10 00 


18 00 


7 50 


600 00 


21 00 


84 22 


411 41 


13 35 


12 53 


23 55 


25 00 


1,679 65 


80 00 


16 00 


12 50 


292 58 




1 00 


400 00 


50 00 


L8 00 


30 00 



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A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



392 18 



379 11 



Napanee Public Building — Con. 

Madole & Wilson, repairing roof, $15 ; pipes, $3 . 30 ; floor pump and coil, $10 . 50 ; 1 

lawn mower, $5 . 75 ; sundries, $11 . 20 

Napanee Gas Co., gas, 12 m to Ap 1, 1900, 66,600 ft at $2 ; meter, $3 

Napanee Water Works Co., water rates, 1 yr to Nov. 1, 1900 

Rathbun Co., coal, 34 tons at $5 75 ; wood, 5 cords at $3 . 25 

Taking off and putting on storm sashes, $9 ; 1 bbl soft &oap, $3 

Niagara Falls Public Buildings ($913.01)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Sheppard, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Cole & McMurray, 2 syphon closets 

Dennis, D., watering streets, season 1899, $20 ; carting ashes, $3 

Henderson, J. T., 3 locks, $8.40; sundries, $2.44; Monroe, J. W. hardwood, 10 cord 

at $6 

Niagara Falls Elec Light & Power Co., lighting, 12 m. to Mar 31, 1900 

Niagara Falls Water Works, water rates, 18 m. to Jan 1, 1901 

Williamson, W. B., egg coal, 17 4 tons at $5.50 ; Woods J. W., 15 ft Dom. flag, $16.50. 

Brooms, $3 ; f. dusters, $3 ; mop cloths, $3.60 ; soap, $5.30 ; sundries, $4.90 

Orangeville Public Building ($1,266.82)— 

Caretaker, John Wilkins, 11 m. 23 d. to June 23, 1900 

Guelph Pavement Co., pointing walls of building, $15 ; roadway, 1230 ft at 5c; pavement, 

3050 ft at lie ; curbing, 116 ft at 6c ; 180 ft set in sand and cement, at 25c ; scoring 

roadway, 100 yds. at 15c ; cement steps, 2 at $10, 1 at $5, 6 at $3.50 ; gutter, 67 ft at 

25c, 16 at 20c ; repairing drains etc, $19.80 ; sundries, $14.44 ; less $200 not paid, . . . 
Irvine Robt, cleaning and kalsomining 3 rooms and putting stencil border on one, $12 ; 

painting and varnishing 2 P. O. boxes, $1 . 50 

LathwelJ, Jos R., coal, 12 '66 tons at $6.80 ; Mann, J & Sons, coal, chestnut, 2 tons at $5. 
Marshall, F. J., furnishing and connecting pipe for basin, $6.90; 1 Gurney lock, $7 ; 

sundry repairs etc, $8.30 

McDonald, Cesar & Co., removing letter boxes etc, contract, $45, sundries, $5.08 . . . 

Mclntyre Geo, curbing 4 circles, 14 ft at 75c, curbing 173| ft at 45c 

Orangeville Elec. Light & Power Co., incandescent light, 12 m to Feb 15, 1900 $147 ; 2 

lamps, $1 ' 

Orangeville Water Works, water rates, 12 m to Sept 30, 1900 

Pierson, Jos, g. wood, 6$ eds at $2 ; Williamson, G. F., inspecting pavements, 9i d. at $2 
Staking out lines for and measuring pavement, $7.25 ; 200 stakes, $5 ; 1 tank, $6 ; cord 

wood, $3.38 ; sundries, $3.90 

Orillia Public Building ($551.80)— 

Caretaker, John Frawley, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Eaton, J. R., covering P. O. steps, material and labour . 

Mann John & Sons, anthracite egg coal, 22 '79 tons at $5.10 

Town of Orillia, lighting, 14 m to May 22, 1900, $108.40 ; cord and sockets, 37c ; water 

rates, 12m. to Ap 1, 1900, $29.25 

Toronto Furnace Co., alterations to plumbing and soil pipe in P. O., labour, 60 hrsat 80c ; 

materials, $44 .30 

Green wood, 3 eds at $3 ; sundry repairs, $2 . 90 

Pembroke Public Building ($817.68)— 

Caretaker, Samuel Hamilton. 12 m. to June 30 , . . . 

Douglas, W. J., repairing and cleaning tower clock 

Dunlop & Company, repairing post office roof 

Pembroke Elec. Light Co., lighting, 33 16-c.p. lamps 9 m. to Jan 31, 1900 

Town of Pembroke, water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1900 

Skinner & Ryan, 7 cords cut wood at $2 .50 ; sundries, $5.90 

Stewart Jas. , coal, 27 ' 58 tons at $6 . 52^ 

Toilet paper, $3 . 75 ; sea]), $2 . 25 ; brooms, $1 . 75 

Peterborough Custom House ($753.34)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Taylor, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Alexander & Miller, installing 3 32-c. p. lamps, $7.35 ; 1 portable and shade, $4.50 

Blade, A., plants and planting 2 beds, $10 ; Dickson Co., wood, 5 Ids at $1.75. ..... . 

Hall, Adam, 2 sections for boiler, $40, repairing boiler, $8 ; 16 c.p. lamps, 2| doz at $3 ; 

sundries, $8.77 

Peterborough Light and Power Co., lighting, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1900, 44 4 watts at $20; 

16-8 watts at $15 

Peterborough Water Co., water rates 12 m. to June 30, $50 ; extra supplv. $4 

Rathbun Co., coal, 25 64 tons at $5.65; Williams, T., soil, 20 yds at 65c j 

Plumbing repairs, $9 . 10 ; repairing flagstaff, $6; lawn mower, $4.50; 4 elec. lamps, i 

wiring etc, $4 . 10 ; carting 8 Ids ashes, $4 ; sundries $4 . 90 j 

Peterborough Post Office ($1,032.81)— 

Caretaker, John Irwin, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 | 

Hall, Adam, toilet paper, 6 doz at $1 ; plumbing repairs, $5 . 91 i 

Kingscote, Alfred, 1 Dominion ensign 18 x 9 j 

Peterborough Light and Power Co., lighting, 9 m. to Dec 31, 1899, contract j 

Peterborough Water Co., water rates 1 yr to June 30, 1900 , i 

Carried forward ' 157,365 31 



$ cts. 



151,854 76 


45 75 
136 20 

75 04 
211 75 

12 00 


300 00 
24 75 
23 00 


70 84 
325 00 

37 50 
112 12 

19 80 



13 50 
96 00 


22 20 
50 08 
88 72 


148 00 
20 00 
31 50 


25 53 


180 00 

13 35 

116 23 


138 02 


92 30 
11 90 


400 00 
20 00 
10 00 

148 50 
28 00 
23 40 

180 03 
7 75 


300 00 
11 85 
18 75 


64 27 


114 00 

54 00 

157 87 


32 60 


300 00 
11 91 
17 75 

322 50 
75 00 



IT B L10 WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-143 



Dominion Building*: maintenance — Continued. 

Brought forward 



Peterborough Post Office -Con. 

Etathbun Co., coal, 29 tons at $5.65; Redner, T. A., keys and repairs on locks, $43.10 

Sheehy & Dolan. gran, pavement, 2050 ft at 18c ; less advance 1899, $315 

Sheehy, R., catch basin and sewer connection, contract 

Iv-m:>\ ing asheB, 8 lo ids, si ; hardware sundries, 80.70 

Petrolia Public Building ($818. 04)— 

I ' , staker, ( has. McRitchie, 12m. to June 30 

Mann, J. & Sons, anthracite egg* coal, 3026 tons at $4.60 

Petrolia Water Works, water rates, 15 in. toOct 1, 1900$37.20 ; changing service etc. 82.50 

Petrolia, Corporation of, constructing 1142 sq ft. granolithic sidewalk 

Pollard E. & S. , c( >al oil, 78 galls, at 20c ; sundries, $14 . 13 

Queen City Oil Co, photogene, 4388 galls at 17c, 14100 galls at 18c; less 3 bbls, $2.. . . 
Van Tuyl «.V Fairbank, putting in wash basin, $8; glass, 12 lights, $2.64 ; sundries, 82.75 

Railing for wicket, $5 ; 4 cords wood, $5 ; repairs, §5.18 

Pioton Public Building (829.25)— 

( I'Donaghue, D. -I.. travelling expenses 

Port Arthur Public Buildings (8748.38)— 

Caretaker, .1. Whitehead, 1l' n. to June 30, 1900 

Hadden, J., taking down and rebuilding steps, etc., at custom-house, contract, $42; 

pointing on P.O., 85 

Laplant, N, dry tamarac, 6 cords at $4 .. 

Marks-Clavet-Dobie Co . Y..l< locks, 2 at 83 ; 1 box soap, $3.50 ; varnish, $2; sundries, 

812.10 

Mori i-. A., repairing roof, $18 ; McCutcheon & Co., painting fence, $33.54. .' 

Town of Toil Arthur, electric light, 9 m. to Jan. 31, 1900, $93.75; 6 16-c.p. lamps, $2.10. 
Wells iV Kmerson, repairs to roof, .sr<.7<> ; eocene oil, 10 galls, at 30c ; sundries, $16.40 . . 

Western Coal I ' ' 86.50 

Wo ' Iside Bros., high service fore-;' pump, 825; pipe and fittings for basement pump, $3. 
•Scavenger work, $6; lumber, $i.79; removing garbage, $4.50; floor cloths and dusters, 

$ ! ; sundries, :-'."> . . . 

Port Column- Public Building ($411.40)— 

Caretaker, Win Armstrong, L2 in. to June 30 

Mutual Natural ( rss ' '.>., tighting, 12 m. to Mar 31, 1900 

Port Colborne Water Works, water rates, 12 ui. to July 1, 1900 

Twohey R. L., wall paper, 16 rolls at 10c, 38 at 12',c ; border, 46i yds at 5c ; hanging 

paper, $5.12 ; soap 1 box, $5 ; sundries, $6.60 
Welsbach lamps, 2, $4 : 1 gas globe, $3 ; 1 fanlight, $2.00 ; pointing walls, $1.50 .. 
Port Hope Public Building ($1,086.22)— 

Caretaker, Levi Reynolds, 12 m. to June 30 

Bowen Edward, kalsomining 5 rooms, $10; Brown & Henning, coal, 35 5 tons at $4.85. . 

Clarke H, cleaning and whitewashing lavatories 

Dunn R. & Co., making connection with main water supply, contract, $23.35; repairs, 

$5 : 1 frostproof hydrant, $4 

Hunt, J. W., painting post office and repairing glass, contract 

Port Hope Gas Light Co., gas 12 m to Ap 30, 1900, 1 12,000 ft at $2 ; meter rent, 82 
Stott, R. B., 12 spring roller shades, $29.35 ; supplying and laying cedar curbing, $27.34 ; 

repairing fence, $12 ; covering swing doors, $13 ; sundr}' repairs, $27.21 

White, J. B., lawn mower, $5 : 1 box soap, $3.50 ; sundries, $9.95 

Letter box, 82 ; soap, 1 box $3.50 ; wood, H eds, $4.50 ; planting trees, $2 ; sundries 

87.36 : 



8 cts. 



157,365 31 


206 95 


54 00 


34 00 


10 70 


400 00 


139 18 


39 70 


150 13 


2«.» 7:; 


30 75 


13 39 


15 16 



83 ; 



Prescott Public Building ($1,121.13)— 

Caretaker, Richard Birks, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Barton, W. J. & Co., tinting ceilings and walls of dwelling apartments 

Buckley J., coal, 55 tons at $4.49; Coate, T., Amer. oil, 69'2 galls at 20c 

Daniels L. H., water supply to post office and custom diouse, 12 m. to Oct 31, 1899. . 

Heck, G, 4 cords cut and split wood, $22.80 ; Keeler, A., repairing furnace, $14.90. . 

Prescott Electric Light Co, lighting, 3 m. to June 30, 1899 

Robinson, W. G, removing and cleaning double windows, $3 ; removing ashes 

repairs and sundry supplies, $18.65 

Ward & Steele, repairing brickwork on post office and custom house, contract 

Wellard N.: toilet paper, $!) ; 1 S.D. lock and keys, $7.10 ; sundry supplies and repairs 
$18.24 

Removing snow, $5.50 ; matting, 12 yds $4.80 ; laying carpet. $3.60 ; soap, $3.50 ; sun 

dries, $6.02 

Rat Portage Public Building ($103.47)- 

Caretaker, Jacob Link, 2 m. 16 d, to June 30, 1900 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., 2 Ids, wood, s2 .55; Woods, .). \V., 1 Dom. flag, 816 50 
Smith's Falls Public Building ($677.12)— 
L_ Caretaker, R. W. Lewis, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Citizen Electric Light Co., lighting, 12 m. to April 1, 1900, $120. 4:> ; :> lamps, 81 75. ■ • 

Foster, A., water supply 6 m. to Jan 1. 1900 *42.50 ; coal, 23 tons at 85 60 

Johnston, Wm., 4 cords hardwood, $18 ; Taylor, W. B., repairing table etc, $11.07 



Carried forward 162,611 42 



29 25 



300 00 



47 00 
24 00 


23 00 
51 54 
95 85 

26 10 

130 00 

28 00 


22 29 


240 00 

125 00 

10 00 


25 40 
11 00 


400 00 

182 17 

24 00 


32 35 

75 00 
226 00 


108 90 

18 45 


19 35 


400 00 

20 00 

260 77 

140 00 

37 70 

31 25 


24 65 
149 00 



34 34 

23 42 

84 42 
19 05 



300 00 

122 20 

171 30 

29 07 



V-144 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

84 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Smith's Falls Public Building— Con. 

Town of Smith's Falls, water supply, 6 m. to June 30, 1900 

Sundry supplies and repairs 

Stratford Public Building (-$1,351 .12)— 

Engineer, J. H. Roberts, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 , 

Care of clock, J. E. Welsh & Sons, 12 m. to Nov. 15, 1899 

Cale N W., relettering and painting clock dials, $15 ; cleaning and oiling doors, $8. . . 

Jeffrey, A. J., 1 vent pane figured glass, .$10 ; 1 pane cut to pattern, $2.25 

Neild, G. F., coal, 57 '52 tons at $5.49 ; Pvne, P., constructing drain, 160 ft at 40c . . 

Stratford Gas Co. gas, 12 m. to April 1, 1900, 15300 ft at $2, 91400 ft at $1.60 ; meter,$1.50 

Stratford Water Supply Co., water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1900, $63 ; street sprinkling, $1.67 

Taking off and putting on storm sashes, $6 ; repairing furnace, $9.50 ; 1 cord hardwood, 

$6 ; 50 rolls toilet paper, $5 ; 8 mantles for Auer lights, $4 ; sundries, $12.60 

Strathroy Public Budding ($733.89)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Johnston, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 • 

heed, A., coal, 25 14 tons at $5.88 ; wood, 5 cords at $4 

Strathroy Electric Light C, lighting, 6 m. to March 31, $41.72; meter rent, $1.44; 
installing wires and 28 lamps, $96 

Coal oil, 30 galls, $7.20 ; street sprinkling, $3 ; scavenger work, $3 ; sundry supplies, $13.68 
St. Catharines Public Buildings ($1346.87)— 

Caretaker, Louis Reno, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Bald Win., covering steps, $12 ; Beard C, repairing brick wall, $19.50 . 

Citizens' Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor, 6 m. to June 30, 1899 

Dittrick D. , soft wood, 7 cords at $3 . 75 , 

Drysdale, W. H , putting up platform and steps, $22 ; taking down and putting up 
storm sashes, $6 ; 1 bbl salt, $1 . 25 

Flynn Bros., sundry supplies, $10.35 ; Rogers, H. M., coal, 29 "99 tons at $4.91 

Lloyd, Geo. : renewals, repairs and alterations to heating system, $98 ; repairs to galv. 
desk $78 ; slating, $85 ; lavatory $5 ; painting galv. desk, $20 

Riddell, A & Sons, fire escape, 30 ft long, 2 platforms, wrought iron ladder and rails 

St Catharines Gas Co., gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1899, 7200 ft at $1.50 ; meter rent, $6 . .-. . . 

St Catharines Electric Light Co., lighting, 6 m. to Nov. 10, 1899, $130 ; 77 lamps at 25c. 

St Catharines Water Works, water rates, 15 m. to Oct 1, 1900 

Lanterns, 30, $9.50 ; taking down fence, $6.50 ; plumbing repairs, $2.50 ; sand, $2 

St Thomas Public Building ($2140.23)- 

Caretaker, Jas Russell, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Acheson J., Auer lights, 12 at $2.25 ; bronzing, 8 chandeliers at $6.50, 5 brackets at 40c; 
brass tube and pipe, $8 ; door check and spring, 2 at $7 ; gas globes, 12 at $1 ; glazing 
36 lights, $57.50 ; plumbing repairs, $15.90 ; sundry supplies^ $21. 20. . 

Bitvet, W. R., painting, varnishing and kalsomining public building, contract, $415; 
glazing 1 light, $1 . 50 

Broderick, H. G., Brussels carpet, 17 yds at $1.07^ ; felt, making and laying, $1.72 

Ellison & Lewis, coal, 50 tons at $5.09 ; Irwin, Wm., sodding boulevard, $18.50 

Mickleborough, J. , 1 Dominion flag. 

Penwarden, C, adding 36 boxes to paper rack, $8 ; covering steps, $6.50 ; repairing flag 
pole, $7 ; repairs, carpenters, 51 h. at 30c, 51 at 25c. ; lumber, &c, $19.01 

St Thomas Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Mar 31, 1900, 429800 ft at $1.50 

St Thomas Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1900. . ; ... . 

Repairing locks, springs, etc, $9.35 ; repairing plaster, $5 ; toilet paper etc, $4 

Toronto Civil Service Examinations ($47) — 

College of Physicians and Surgeons, use of examination hall, 4 d. at $10 ; preparing hall, 

$5 ; ink and pens, $2. . . 

Toronto Custom House ($1371.35)— 

Fireman, F. Faragher 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., 1 box soap, $6 ; man. rope, 18i lbs at 2Hc ; sundries, $19.71. . 

Consumer's Gas Co., gas, 9 m. to Dec 31. 1899, 82000 ft at 90c 

Maguire Bros., 3 cords cut and split hardwood ., 

Munroe W & Son, building cupboard and shelving 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., roll top desk, oak 

Roger Elias & Co., coal, 76 tons at $4.30, 2 at $4.52, 1042 at $3.25 , 

Standard Fuel Co., pine, 2 cords at $5 ; hardwood, 2 cords at $7 

. Toronto City, water rates, 15 m. to June 30, 1900, 143,290 galls at 15c, 705,735 galls at 
12c ; meter, $10 

Winsor & Woodley, shovelling snow, 127 hrs 

Toronto Drill Hall ($1,160)- 

Firemen, Richard Eyre, 12 m. to June 30, $580 ; D. Glionna 12 m. to June 30, $580 

Toronto Engineer's Office ($300)— 

Confederation Life Association, rent of office, 12 m. to June 15, 1900 

Toronto Examining Warehouse ($5,616.78) — 

Engineer, Jas. Cosgrove, 12 in. to June 30, 1900 

Fireman, E. Appleton, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Elevatormen, 12 m. to June 30: W. Cheney, $600; Alex. Day, $600; W. Slean, $600... . 



Carried forward 174,356 43 



$ cts. 
162,611 42 



42 50 

12 05 

600 00 
50 00 
23 00 
12 25 

379 76 

178 34 

64 67 

43 10 

400 00 
167 85 

139 16 

26 88 

400 00 

31 50 

2 00 

26 25 

29 25 
157 62 

286: 00 

165 00 

16 80 

149 25 

62 70 

20 50 

400 00 



209 60 

416 50 
20 00 

273 00 
18 00 

68 56 

644 70 

71 52 

18 35 



47 00 

615 00 

29 69 
73 80 
17 85 
22 00 
65 00 
369 72 
24 00 

116 19 
38 10 

1,160 00 

300 00 

780 00 

660 00 

1,800 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

__ • 

Dom i n ion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 

Brought forward 



V-145 



1901 



Toronto Examining Warehouse Con. 

Watchmen, to June 30: -las. Kichardson, 12 m. at $1.50 per day, M. W. Devane 1 in at 

$50 ; H. McWhirter, 11 m. to May 31 at $60 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., 5 Lbs Jenkins packing, $5; sundries, $25.88 
Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co., premium on policy, 2 vrs to July 1, 

Consumer's Gas Co.. gas, 9 m. to Dec 20, 0G30O ft at 90c. '...'. 

Maguire Bros. 1 cord cut pine, $5 ; People's Coal Co., grate coal, 16 tons at $4 

Fingers Klias &. ( Jo, coal, 19246 tons at $4.30, 1556 tons at S3. 25 

Standard Fuel Co., 2 cords pine wood at $5 

Toronto City, water rates, 12 m. to Sept 30, 1900 

Toronto (las Inspector's Office ($34) — 

Eaton T Co., oak desk, $27 ; chair, $2 ; Hughes, J., repairs to chairs, $5 

Toronto Inland Revenue ($1,040.32)— 

Fireman, C. H. Bailie 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas, 9 m. to Feb 27, 1900, 145,500 ft at 90c 

Maguire Bros., hardwood, 3 eds, $17.36; Rogers, E. Co., coal, 55 tons at $4.30, 8 '27 at 

$3.25 

Toronto City, water rates, 15 m. to June 30, 1900, 111,393 galls at i2c, 18,690 at 15c, meter 

v 1 

Wheeler & Bain, Amer. oil, 5 galls, $1.25 ; gal v. oil can, $1.20 
Toronto Post Office ($6,926.50)— 

Firemen at $46 a month, Geo. Letray, Sept 25- June 30, $414 ; J. Somers, Sept 25-June 

30, $414 ; G. Phillips, Nov 21-May 19, $267.58 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., disinfectant, 1 doz, $4.50; rubber washers, 2 doz at $3.50 • 

sundries, $15.15 

Brown Bros., toilet paper, 2 cases, $16.25 ; toilet fixtures, 6, $2.25 ......... ..I. .. 

Consumers' Gas Co., meter rent, 9 m. Feb 20, 1900 ] ' 

G. T. R. Co., rent of sorting room, 12 m. to June 30 at $72.60 ..'!........... 

Incandescent Light Co., lighting, 11 m. to Mar 31, 1900 

Kay, John Son & Co., screen, $4.67 ; Maguire Bros., ih cords hardwood, $27.29. 
Rogers Chas. & Sons Co., toilet set, $7 ; washstand and mirror, $7.50 ; oak desk, $30 
writing table and paper case, $30 ; writing slope and paper case, $18.50 ; 2 oak office 
chairs, $15.50 ; 2 chairs, $8 50 ; table, $12; bookcase, $6.50 ; fitting up pigeon-holes. 

contract, $135 ; sundries. $13.95 

Rogers Elias Co., coal, 174.75 tons at $4 . 30, 20 32 at $3 . 25 

Standard Fuel Co., pine, 5 cords at $5 ; hardwood, 10 cords at $7 

Toronto City, water rates, 15 m. to June 30, 1900, 554,000 galls at 15c, 2,666,000 at 12c : 

meter, $10 ; removing ashes, $3 

Toronto Union Station, electric light, 12 m. to Ap 1, 1900, 7842500 watts at 12c i." .'. 
Winsor & Woodley, shovelling snow, 44 hrs, $11 ; repairing flag and flagstaff, $5 90 

Toronto Public Buildings ($1,271.25)— ' 

Engineer, W. J. Smith, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Care of clocks, C. W. Coleman, 6 in to April 1, 1900 

Smith W. J., travelling expenses, Newmarket and return, 5 trips at $i 85 
Trenton Public Building ($948.10)— 

Caretaker, D. Allan, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Care of clock, W. E. By water, 2 yrs to April 28, 1900 .....,....][[ 

Colbourn & Williamson, repairs and renewals in lavatory * 

Crowe, Chas., coal, 32 tons at $4.80 ; Solmes, wood, 10 cords at $2.30. '.'...'.'.'.'. !.'J! . .l'[ 
Jackson, J., assisting with storm sashes and steps, $6.50 ; putting down block pavement 

labour, $2.50; blocks and sand, $2.50 ° ' ' 

Trenton Electric Co. lighting, 9 m. to Jan 5, 1900 \\ \ ' [' 

Trenton Water Co., water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1900 

Electric lamps, 25 at 30c ; sundry repairs, $4 ."50 ; supplies, $6. . 
Walkerton Public Building ($374.65)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Gibson, 12 m. to June 30, 1900. . .' 

Barnett, Thos., repairing roof, $13.18 ; shaker and putting same in furnace, $4.60 

Robertson, Rowland & Co., electric light, 12 m. to Mar 31, 1900, $200 ; supplies $11 80 

Town of Walkerton, water rates, 9 m. to March 31, 1900 .8. .... \ 

Truax R & Co., fitting and putting up sash, $6.25 ; taking down and putting up storm- 
Bashes, $6 . 35 ; slabs, $1 . 75 

Vogan, S. W., coal, 25 terns at S0.25 ; wood, 6 eds at $3.50, 2f eds at* 94; brooms $5 50 • 

door mats, 4, $5 ; sundries, $4.40 

Plumbing repairs, $5 . 95 ; toilet paper, $2 ; repairing chair, 65c 
Windsor Public Building ($2,410.39)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Curtis, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Engineer, I. Belleperche, Sept. 26— May 15 at $50 

Bell Ice Co., removing ashes, $14.'; Craig P. A., putting up railings in P. 6., $i6 
Clemenson, R. J., coal, 60 tons at $5.80, 3 at $4, 5 49 at $6.30 : wood, 3 c. at $4.50 
D'Avignon, I. E., coloured fires, 15 at 35c; Laing, F. H, 25 lbs. caustic soda, $2.50. 
Marentette, E., lock repairs, $130; Pennington & Brian, plumbing repairs, $19.o:> 
Thorburn, John, 1 box soap, $3.75 ; 1 doz. brooms, $3 ; sundries, $3.25 



Carried forward 



1 — 10V 



s cte 


L74,356 \:\ 


1,147 50 

30 88 

• 80 00 

59 67 

(ill 00 
87*8 is 

10 00 

101 55 


34 00 


600 00 
130 95 


280 74 


26 18 
2 45 



1,095 58 

26 65 

18 50 

7 50 

871 20 

2,383 37 

31 96 



284 45 

817 48 

95 00 

336 82 
941 09 

16 90 

1,200 00 

62 00 

9 26 

m oo 

100 00 

17 oo 
176 00 

11 50 

150 00 

75 00 

is 00 

395 82 

17 68 
211 SO 

23 25 

14 35 

203 15 
. . s 60 

MM) no 

383 33 

24 00 

ins i | 

7 75 

149 05 

10 00 



189,210 30 



V-146 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion ISnildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Windsor Public Building— Con. 

Walker, H., putting up and taking down storm porch and step covering, $5 ; circ. sash, 

2, $5 ; glass, 25 lights and glazing, ,$31 . 50 ; sundries, $5 . 50 

Windsor Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1900, 120,800 ft. at $1.50, 502,800 ft. at $1.40. . 

Windsor Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1900. . 

Brandon Experimental Farm ($199.54)— 

Hanburv Mf'g Co., coal, 14'008 tons at $8.70 

Mcllvride & Lane, Gait coal, 504 tons at $7 

McMullen, D. N., spruce and tamarac slabs, 8 cords at $2 

Purdon & Smart, poplar, 8 cords at $3 . 30 

Brandon Public Buildings ($2,140.75)- 

Caretaker, Thos. Giles, 12 m. to June 30 

Brandon City, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Brandon Klec. Lt. Co.. lighting, 10 m. to Mar. 22, $500; lamps, 18 at 50c, 1. at 75c. ; 

shades, 5 at $1 ; labour, $1 

Brown & Mitchell, hose, 50 ft., $6.25 ; soap, 1 box $5.50 ; pipe wrench, $2.50 ; sundries, 

$23.65 

Campbell & Campbell, 1 table, $12 ; 

Hanbury Mfg Co., anth. coal, 70 tons at $8.40; Gait coal, 2"5 tons at $7 

Miller, Wm., repairs to roof, $25 ; sundry repairs, $16.05 ; sundries, $2.40 , 

Murdoch, N., 1 cupboard, $120 : 1 table, $12 

Mcllvride & Lane, Gait coal, 2 - 5 tons at $7 

McMillan, D N., poplar, 20 cords at $3.44 

Smith & Burton, 1 box soap, $4.50 ; sundries, $7.60 

Removing storm sashes, &c, $10; repairs to lock, 75c; 1 case toilet paper, $9 

Dauphin Dominion Lands Office ($292.55)— 

Can. N. Ry. Co., h. coal, 704 tons a^$11.75 

Loekman, J. , oak, 4 cords at $3 

Smith, R. W., rent of office, 12 m. to May 1, 1900 

Dom. nag, $9 55 ; teaming and weighing coal, $5 ; hardware, $3.25 

East Selkirk Immigrant Shed ($10)— 

>" Can. Pac. Ry. Co., rent of round house, 2 yrs. to Jan. 1, 1901 .- 

Minnedosa Dominion Lands Office ($332.25) 

Black, J. W. coal, 9 tons at $12.25 , 

McLenaghen & Co., poplar, 4 cords at $3. . 

The Land Securities Co, rent of office, 14 m. to Feb 28, 1900 

Portage la Prairie Public Buildings ($1099.21)— 

Caretaker, E McNeil, 12 m. to June 30 

Brown, J. & E., poles, 2 loads at $3 ; poplar, 1 cord, $3.50 ; sundries, $3.25 

Central Electric Co., lighting, 9 m. to Jan 31, 1900, at $21.60 ; 18 16 cp. lamps, $5.40 ; 

fixing and removing lights, $3.50 ; installing 1 16 lamp, $2 

Ives, II. R. & Co., 1 section, $25.88 ; rubber rings, $2.25 ; freight, $3.65 

Purvis, J. K., poles, 4 loads at $3 ; wood, 3 cords at $3 . , 

Richardson, W, anthracite coal, 2" 57 tons at $10 , 

Western Coal Co., egg coal, 41-01 tons at $9.15 

Repairs to boiler, $9.75; repairs to pump and locks, $3.25; cleaning chimneys, $2; 

sundries, $12.46 

Winnipeg Clerk of Works Office ($155)— 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 1 yr to Sept 1, 1900 

Fewtrell, Emma L., cleaning offices, 12 m. to July 1, 1900 at $5 ; washing towels $1. . . 

Office Specialty M'f'g Co., 1 18 dr walnut Shannon cabinet 

Winnipeg P.O., rent of P. O. box to June 30, 1900, $12 ; Richardson R. D., lqt ink, $1.25 
Winnipeg Custom House ($1,797.50) 

Firemen at $45 : Poirier, J. B., Feb 17 to Ap. 30, $109.28 ; Russell J. G., Dec 20 to June 

30, 1900, $287 .42 

Ashdown, J. H., Am. coal oil, 56 gal. at 30c ; gas lamps, 2, $14.25 ; heaters, 2 at $8.50; 

1 speaking tube complete, $13 ; sundries, $5.40 

Brydon, Wm. & Co., putting on blinds, $12.60 ; removing and storing shutters and put- 
ting up sashes, $8 ; taking off sashes and putting on blinds, etc, $8.65 

Cotter Bros., 6 gas shades and holders, $3 ; testing boiler, $2 ; sundry repairs etc, $6.65. 
Graham & Rolston, 2 M. oil heaters, $17 ; Hogan P., cleaning windows and screens, 86 

at 15u 

Hudson's Bay Co. blinds, 4x9 ft, on tin rollers, 6 at $2.37 

Plaxton Bros., pipe, 137 ft at 10c ; gas bracket, $1.25, fixing same, %1.50; repairs to coils 

etc, $30.27 

Scott, Wm. , poplar, 4 cords at $4, 2 cords cut, at $5 

Taylor & Sons, anthracite coal, 70 ' 05 tons at $9 . 50 

Vulcan Iron Co. 10 window gratings, iron bar fastenings for doors etc, contract 

Winnipeg Water Works, water rates, 15 m. to June 30, 1900. 

Winnipeg Electric Street Ry. Co., gas, 12 m. to Mar 1, 1900 126,700 ft at $2.25 

Attending furnace, $8.50; 1 case toilet paper, $6.40; glazing, $4; repairs to pipes, $4; 

sundries, $6 . 65 



$ cts. 
189,210 30 



47 00 

885 12 

96 00 


121 86 
35 28 
16 00 
26 40 


600 00 
76 00 


515 75 


37 90 
12 00 

605 50 
43 45 

132 00 
17 50 
68 80 
12 10 
19 75 


82 75 

12 00 

180 00 

17 80 


10 00 


110 25 

12 00 

210 00 


400 00 
12 75 


205 30 
31 78 
21 00 
25 70 

375 22 


27 46 


50 00 
61 00 
30 75 
13 25 


396 70 


66 45 


29 25 
11 65 


29 90 
14 22 


46 72 

26 00 

665 49 

95 40 

101 10 

285 07 


29 55 



Carried forward I 196,265 22 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-147 



Dominion Buildings : maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Winnipeg Dominion Lands Office ($569.06) — 

Brydon, Win. & Co., removing and storing shutters and putting up sashes, .$7.30; takin 
off and storing sashes and putting on blinds etc, $8.66 

( lameroii & Sutherland, laying cement floor in office, $150 ; repairing plaster in office, $80 

Cass & Hooper, 12 piers block stone at $1 .37', ; cement, 2 brls, $8 80: gravel, labour etc, 
$7.64 " 

Winnipeg Water Works, water rates, 15 m. to June 30, 1900 (qr. ending Mar 31, 1899, 
outstanding) 

1 Eogan, P., cleaning windows atid screens 

Plaxton Bros., cleaning furnace, repairing coil etc 

Taylor & Sons, anthracite coal, 20 tons at $9.50 

Winnipeg Electric Street Ry Co, gas, 12 m. to Mar 1, 1900 11,600 ft at $2.25.. 

Glazing, $8.68 ; cord wood, $2.50 ; sundries, $2.20 

Winnipeg Engineer's Office ($318.25) 

Manitoba Land Co., rent, including heating offices and storerooms, 12 m. to May 31, 

1900 

Winnipeg Examining Warehouse ($348.70) — 

Brydon, Wm. & Co., removing shutters and putting up sashes, $8 ; taking off and stor- 
ing sashes and putting up blinds etc, $8.65 

Plaxton, Ceo, 1 set grates and firepot, $27 ; labour putting same in furnace, $14 ; 2 ash- 
pans, si 

Taylor & Sons, anthracite coal, 27 tons at $9.50 

Winnipeg Electric Street Ry Co.. gas, 12 m. to Mar 1, 1900, 4600 ft at $2.25 

Repairs to furnace, $7.20 ; cleaning windows, $5.55 ; giazing, $4 ; sundries, $3.45 

Winnipeg Inland Revenue ($10.50)— 

Leslie .7 ohn, 6 chairs 

Winnipeg Immigration Hall ($1,239.74)— 

Bromley Co., Dom. flags, 2 at $12.55 

North-west Electric Co., lighting, 6 m. to Jan 8, 1900, 1399000 watts at 17c; 16 c. p. 
lamps, 3 doz, at $2.40 ; cord, $1.45 

Scott, Wm., tamarac, 100 cords at $5.50 ; Taylor & Sons, anth. coal, 30 tons at $9.50 

Winnipeg Water Works, water rates, 15 m. to June 30, 1900 (qr ending Mar 31, 1899 
outstanding) 

Wyatt, Robt. , 2 mortise door locks , 

Winnipeg Post Office ($8,098.93)— 

Engineers at $70 : J. R. Alexander, 1 m. to July 31, 1899 ; J. N. Price, 5 m. 22 d. to Jan 
22, 1900 ; J. F. McDougall, 5 m. 10 d. to June 30, 1900 

Firemen at $45 : P. Dillon, 11 m. 7 d. to June 30; H. Cameron, 19J d. to Ap 30. ...... . 

Elevator-man, Joseph Coutu, 12 m. to June 30 

Night watchman, Jos. Gagnier, 12 m. to June 30 

Alberta Ry & Coal Co., coal, 29315 tons at $7.50, 4 tons at $6.75 

Alexander, Mrs. J. R., engineer's tools as per inventory 

Ashdown, J. H.: br. drawer locks, 6 doz at $6.20; rubber hose, 50 ft at 16c; safety 
blocks, 1 pr. $5.50; wire cable, 1,000 ft at 8ic; wire rope, 240 ft at 6c; sundries 
$11.55 . 

Barre Bros. Co. : office clocks, 2 at $16 ; repairing clock, $1.50 

Boes, Mary, cleaning offices, 13 m. to June 30, at $5 

Boiler Inspection Co., premium on policy No. 2,560, 2 yrs to July 1, 1901 

Bromley & Co, 1 Dom. flag, $20 ; repairing 2 flags, $4 , . , , 

Brown & Rutherford, 1 case pigeon-holes, $25 ; 1 standing and 1 sitting desk with pigeon- 
holes, $70 ; tables with trestles, 4 at $5 ; repairs to doors, $17.90 ; removing sashes 
and putting on blinds, $21.70 ; sundries, $4.80 

Cotter Bros., putting in new lavatory, contract, $35; sundry plumbing repairs, $13.35; 
sundries, $5.98 , 

Hogan P., cleaning windows, 180 at 20c, 30 at 10c ; cleaning blinds, 60 at 15c! ...... 

Hudson's Bay Co., felt, 4 '83 yds at $1.25 ; tin rollers, 4 at $1.20 ; 0. W. cloth, 135 yds 
at 65c ; repairs to blinds, $10 ; sundries $8.96 

Lalonde & Milord, 1 letter distributing case x:'>7.50; Macdonald, A., cabinets, 2 at si;.. 

Manitoba Auer Light Co., mantles, 36 at 50c ; mica chimneys, 13 at 50c ; sundries, $2.75 

Munderloh <fc Co., 1 six station watchman's control clock 

McColl Bros. & Co., boiler comp'd, 147 lbs at %c ; arc cylinder oil, 47^ galls at $1.08.. . . 

Payne, .las. A., glass and glazing, contract, $25"; Plaxton Bros., repairing tank, $11.05. . 

Royal Soap Co., boiler purger, 5 boxes at $2.50, 100 lbs at 9c ; sundries, $1.50 

Schmidt & Co., making and changing br. panels, $8 : letter chute, $6 ; moving safe, 
$5.50 ; plates for furnace, 20, $22.05 ; paper chute, $12 ; sundries, $14.10 

Scott Wm., poplar, 7 cords at *4 ; tamarac, 4 cords at $4 

Smith & Sharp, bricklaying, $8.50 ; bricks, sand, &c, $5.25 

Thompson Mrs C, cleaning and oiling 60 blinds, $12 ; cleaning 101 storm-sashes, $17.90. 

A ulcan Iron Co., door fastenings, $12.70 ; repairing accumulator, $6.75 ; sundries, $4.25 

Winnipeg Water Works, water rates, 15 m. to June 30 1900, (qr. ending Mar 31, 1899 
outstanding) 

Winnipeg Coal Co. , coal, 63 ■ 25 tons at $6 . 75, 30 tons at $7 . 78. .... . . ... ...... 



cts. 



1— 10iv 



Carried forward 



196,265 22 


15 95 

230 00 


32 94 


31 58 
11 05 
18 06 
190 00 
26 10 
13 38 



318 25 



16 65 



45 00 

256 50 

10 35 

20 20 


10 50 


25 10 


246 52 
835 00 


131 62 
1 50 


843 84 
534 85 
540 00 
540 00 
2,225 60 
108 00 


161 65 
33 50 
65 00 
40 00 
24 00 



159 40 



54 33 


48 00 


38 58 


49 50 


27 25 


35 00 


65 27 


36 05 


23 00 


67 65 


44 00 


13 75 


29 90 


23 70 


458 75 


660 34 


205,702 38 



V-148 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900, 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Building's: Maintenance— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Winnipeg Post Office— Con. 

Winnipeg Electric Street Ry. Co., gas, 12 m. to Mar 1, 1900 752,200 ft at $2.25 

Cleaning sidewalks, $3.50; 1 follower for elev. $5; ice, $5; putting on blinds, $5; re 

pairs to boiler, $6 . 90 ; toilet paper, 2 cases, $14 . 38 ; sundries, $15 .78 

Manitoba and N W T, Generally ($3273 . 76)— 

Smith D., clerk of works, Winnipeg: services 7| m. to Feb 15, $1130.36; travel 

$210.80 ; car fare, $7 ; postage, $14 ; sundries, $6.10 

Cyr, J. E., assistant clerk of works : service 12 m. to June 30, $1,300 ; travel, $49.85 

livery and car fare, $4 ; postage and telegrams, $5.75 

Curran, Ada, clerk in office, Winnipeg. 12 m. to June 30 

Gillespie D. H., livery hire, $3 ; Kingston, A. G = 

Alameda Dominion Lands Office ($214 . 25)-=- 

Buchanan, Mrs M. A., rent of building for office 13 m. to May 31, 1900 at $15 

Willcox, J. W., linoleum, 27| yds at 70c : 

Banff Museum ($40.55)— ^ , , 

Neilson Furniture Co., arm-chairs, 2 at $3.25, 3 at $2.75, 2 at $1.80 ; tables, 1 at $4. 50. : 

covered with baize, $13 ; freight, $4.70. 

Battleford Registrar's Office ($241)— 

Jefferson, R., repairs to registrar's house, $191 ; new verandah, $50. 

Calgarv Court House ($1,491 .19)— 

Caretaker, E. N. Brown, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Calgary Water Power Co., electric light, 10 m. to Mar 31, 1900, 342 M. watt hrs at 15c ; 

meter rent, $2.50. 

Calgary Gas & Waterworks Co., water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1900 

Head, W., repairing furnace, $20 ; Hull, W. R,, anth. coal, 31 56 tons at $7.65 

McBride, A & Co., 2 cans coal oil, $4 ; carpet sweeper, $3 ; glass and putty, $3 ; sun- 
dries, $12.50 

Neilson Furniture Co., arm-chairs, 2 at $22 ; art square, $12 ; chairs, 6 at $7 ; cushions, 

5 at $4.10 ; tables, 2, $15.75 ; covering lounge with plush, $4.50 

Robinson & Co., carpet, 6| yds, $5.25 ; lead for matting, $8.75 ; matting, 32 yds at 90c, 

34 yds at 75c ; oilcloth, 10 yds at $1.50, 13 yds at $1.90 ; sundries, $23.50 

Van Wart J. G., brooms, 7, $4.25 ; soap $3 ; toilet paper, $3 ; sundries, $2.50 

Coal, 2 02 tons, $13.99; scavenger work, $5; water set and tray, $2.50; wood, $6; 

sundries, $3 

Calgary Immigrant Building ($152.62)— 

Hull, W. R., stove coal, 606 tons at $7.65 . 

Williams, H. McC, coal, 14'88 tons at $6 

Van Wart & Co., 2 cords wood, $12 ; Tempest, Smith & Hinde, coal, 1*05 tons, $5 

Calgary Land and Registry Office ($58.40). 

McBride, A & Co., 2 cans coal oil, $4 ; sundries, $5.50 ; Van Wart & Co., 2 cords wood, $12 

Williams, H. McC, coal, 6'15 tons at $6 

Calgary Post Office ($1,906.76)— 

Caretaker, G. L. Fraser, 12 m to June 30 

Alberta Railway and Coal Co., coal ..... 

Calgary Hardware Co., doorsprings, 7, $4.80; eocene, $4; galv. pails, 7, $2.95; galv 
iron, 65 lbs, $5.20 ; solder, 30 lbs, $10.50 ; tinner's work repairing roof, 73 hrs. $28.40 ; 

sundries, $15.60 •• 

Calgary Water Power Co., electric light, 9 m to Feb 28 1900, 2,415 M watt hrs at 15c 

meter rent, $2.25 ; installing 2 32 c.p. lights, $4.50 

Calgary Gas and Waterworks Co., water rates, 12 m to July 1, 1900 

Head W., sundry plumbing repairs . • - 

Hull, W. R., anth. coal, 49 89 tons at $7.65 ; Linton Bros., 1 case toilet paper, $10.50. . 

Maclean, Wendell, druggist supplies ............ . . . . . . 

McNeil, J. C, enlarging porch and putting iri portions of new flooring, &c, contract, $9o 

taking off and putting on storm sashes, $5.20 

Office Specialty Mfg Co., 1 D style bag rack $70 ; Van Wart & Co., wood, 6 cords, at $6 

Williams H. McC, coal, 3 25 tons at $6 

Edmonton Land and Registry Office ($929.95)— 

Caretaker, R. Wylie, 12 m to June 30 . . ... 

Bromley & Co., 1 Dom. flag, $12.55 ; Cairney, T. P., 2 door-scrapers, $2 ... 

Clake, W. H., 1 set of pigeon-holes, $19.50 ; 1 desk, $10 ; repairs to door and lock 75c. 
Edmonton Electric Light Co., lighting, 8 m. 20 d. to Dec 31, 1899 at $14.40; 8 lamps 

$4 ; sundries, $1.25 

McLean, James, scavenger work, $16 ; Ostleford, T., 2 cords wood, $5 

Milner, John, coal, 65 tons at $2.50 

Osier Hammond & Nanton, rent of office, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 at $12 

Ross Bros., lamp, $2.25; steel pipe, 10 ft, $5; water tank $2.50; door mats, $4.50; 

sundries, $13.35 • 

Indian Head Experimental Farm ($250)— 

Thompson, Geo., coal, Gait, 10 tons at $7, anthracite, 20 tons at $9 

Lethbridge Public Buildings ($890.19)— 

Caretaker, Robt Sage, 12 m. to June 30 



$ cts, 
205,702 38 

1,692 46 
55 56 

1,368 26 



1,359 60 

540 00 

5 90 


195 00 
19 25 


40 55 


241 00 


540 00 


53 80 
300 00 
261 40 


22 50 


138 75 


131 50 
12 75 


30 49 


46 36 
89 26' 
17 0O 


21 50 

36 90 


480 00 
12 25 



71 45 



369 00 

340 00 

6 25 

392 12 

10 00 


100 20 

106 00 

19 49 


400 00 
14 55 
30 25 


130 05 

21 00 

162 50 

144 00 


27 60 


250 00 


420 00 



Carried forward 216,428 88 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-149 



Dominion Ifuil<!in<r* : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Lethbridge 1 *n « >1 i* ■ Building — Con. 

Alberta Railway and Coal Co., lump coal, 4 tons at $3.25 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 12 m. to Sept 1, 1900 

Brodie & Station!, brooms, 9, $7.25; double desk, $25; firewood, S3 . 50 ; glass, 8 lights, 

$4.60; stepladder, $3.75; assisting with storm sashes $6.50; repairing and kalso- 

mining walls, $17.50 ; carting ashes &c, $3.90 ; sundries, $27.80 

Brodie John, coal, 40 tons at -S3 . 25 ; carting ashes and refuse, $13.50; preparing ground 

for trees, $15 ; wood, 3 cords at $3.50 

Colpman Bn»s., cedar posts 7 at 32c; lumber, 144 ft at $17, 380 ft at $18 ; labour on 

fence, $5 ; sundries, 48c 

Hyssop, Chas., supplying water, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Lethbridge Waterworks and Electric Light Co., lighting, 9 m. to Jan 1, 1900, 375,600 

watt hrs. at 15c; meter rent, $5.50; lamps, 7 at 35c, 1, $1.25; shades, 4 at 75c; 

socket, 35c 

Sherlock, Freeman & Co., 1 box soap, $5.50 ; pearline, $1. • 

Macleod Court House ($475.21)— 

Caretaker, J ohn Ryan, 12 m to June 30 , 

Baker & Skelding, Gait coal, 704 tons at $4.50; wood, 4 loads at $2.25 

Macleod Improvement Co., rent of court-house, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Mott Son cv ( o., coal, 212 tons at $4.50 

Macleod Custom House ($167.90)— 

Baker & Skelding, Gait coal, 9 21 tons at $4.50 ; hard coal, 3 tons at $9 ; wood, 4 1., $12. 
Grady, A. F. 1 coal stove complete, $37.35; cleaning pipes, fitting smoke stack &c, 

> ; 1 ( ) . 75 ; smoke stack, s8.40 

McFarquhar, E., washing and kalsomining wall and ceilings of office and bedroom, *10 ; 

papering hall, $8 

Scott, J. J. , screens for 2 doors and 3 windows 

Medicine Hat Court house ($36)— 

Caretaker, J. H. G. Bray, 24 d. to June 30 , 

Moosomin Court House ($951.21)— 

Caretaker, J. C. Jopp, 12 m. to .June 30 

Bristow, T. H., coal, anth. 30 22 tons at $10.20, Gait, 5 '82 tons at $7.50, hard, 1*66 

tons at $12 

Scavenger work, $5 ; sawing wood, $1.50 ; sundries, $2.85 

Moose Jaw Court House ($492.75)— 

Caretaker, Richard Smail, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Beard, Robt. , anthracite coal, 8 tons at $10 

Chairs, (I at $1 ; 1 Pittsburg lamp, $3.50 ; 1 cord wood, $3.25 

Prince Albert Court House ($359) — 

Gillmor, VV. T., bookcase and stand, $16 ; chairs, 16 at $3.50, 12 at $2.25, revolving, 1 

at $20, 1 at $9, arm, 1, $5.75 ; clock. $6 ; door mats, 2 at $2 ; matting, 24 yds at $2, 

IS 1 , yds at $1 ; matting binding, $1.50; mirrors, 1, $6.50, 2 at $4; roll top desk, $50; 

writing tables, 2 at $9 

De Lagorgendiere, C, office rent, 13 m. to June 30, 1899 at $5 

Prince Albert Immigrant Building ($10)— 

Mair Jack, wood, 5 loads at $2 

Prince Albert Land and Registry Office ($757.93)— 

( laretaker, ( 'assie, Geo., 12 m to June 30 

Agnew, T. J., brooms, 6 at 40c ; coal oil, 30 galls at 33c ; soap, 100 bars, $6 ; sundries, 

$1.20 

Betts, J. F., Dom. flag, $17 ; Gillmor, W. T., hall covering, 22^ yds at $1 40 

Kernaghan, J. B., refitting 2 furnaces, casting &c, contiact 

M< >ff at, .) ames, wood, 65 cords at $2 . 50 

Woodman, A. H., 3 Stempel tue extinguishers with 30 bottles chemicals. 

Fitting and casino- door, $2.85 ; scavenger work, $3 ; 9 lbs soda bicarb, $1 .08 

Red Deer Dom. Land Office ($142.75)— 

Smith, J. N., coal, 9*35 tens at $5 ; wood, 8 cords at $3 

Wright, C. K., rent of building, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1900, at $8 

Red Deer Immigrant Building ($68)— 

Wilkins Bros., rent of building, 6 m. 24 d., from April 6 to Oct. 31, 1899 at $10 

Regina Court House ($1,781.44)— 

Caretaker, P. McAra, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman. .las. McLachlan, 7 m. at $40, to April 30 

Canada Drug & Book Co., 1 gall, phenyl. $3.50 ; toilet paper, *7.50 ; sundries, $4.55 

Little, T. J., taking off and storing Bashes, and putting on screens . . . 

Myers, Michael, emptying cesspit during year to May •_':'>. 1900 

Paul, Rembler, furnace coal. 75 tons at $10 : soft coal, 5 tons at $6.50 

Regina Electric Light and Power Works, lighting, 9 in. to Dec. 31, 1899 

Williams, R. H., coal oil, 7 galls, at 35c. ; dusters, $3; wood. 5 cords at $6 : sundries 

$5.20 | 

Regina Dominion Lands Office ($714.50) — 

Donahue, J. S., rent of office, 12 m. to June 30, at $50 



$ cts. 

216,428 88 



13 00 
36 no 


99 80 


169 00 


17 00 
60 00 


68 89 
6 50 


175 00 

40 67 

250 0C 

9 5<> 


80 4t 


56 50 


18 00 
13 00 


36 00 


570 00 


371 86 
9 35 


«400 00 
80 00 
12 75 



294 00 
65 00 

10 00 

400 00 



19 50 


48 50 


75 50 


162 50 


45 00 


6 93 


70 75 


72 00 


68 00 


540 00 


280 00 


15 55 


10 00 


40 00 




72 74 



40 65 



600 00 



Carried forward I 222.741 26 



V-150 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



•$4.60. 



Regina Dominion Lands Office — Con. 

McCausland, W., fire-pot, $4.50 ; 1 fire grate, $3 ; labour, $1 

Paul R., stove coal, 10 tons at $10 ; Williams, R. H., wood, 1 cord, $6 

Regina Government House ($773.76)— 

Barre Bros. Co., water jugs, 2 at $7.90 ; wine decanter, 2 at $9.60 ; wine bottle, 

Canada Drug & Book Co., cups and saucers, 11 at 45c 

Fergusson, R. B., 12 frames assorted, $19.47; lawn chairs, 2 at $3.50; lawn settee, $5; 
sundries, $3.25 

Hodgson, Summer & Co., blankets, 6 prs at $5.50, 2 prs. at $4.95 ; covers, 6 at $1.10; 
table covers, 6 at $1, 3, $4; Ottawa covers, 3 at $4.75; doylies, 9 $1.21; felt, 12 
yds. at 50c. ; napkins, 3 doz. at $6.25, 3 doz. at $4.25; net, 45 yds. at 45c. ; pillow 
shams, 1 doz. $6.50; pillow slips, 3 doz. at $2.35 ; quilts, 3 at $3.10, 3 at $7, 1 at 
$8; repp, 15 yds. at $1.50; sheets, 3 doz. $21.25; silk, 12 yds. at 35^c. ; towels, 6h 
doz. at $5 . 25 

Ross, C. Co., carpet, 185{- yds. at $1 .65 ; sewing, 167 yds. at 6c 

Williams, R. H. & Son, blankets, 2 prs. $9 ; cotton blankets, 2 prs. $2.25 ; quilt, $2.50 ; 
towelling, 51 yds. $5.95 ; making towels. $2.10 ; sundries, 40c 

Wright, A. D., repairing furniture, 63 hrs. at 30c. ; goods, 2% yds. at $6.50, 6 at $6, If at 

$4.50 ; buttons, 23i doz. ac 20c. ; cord, $2.70 ; sundries, $6 

Regina Land Titles Office ($372.25)— 

Fergusson, R. B., office chairs, 2 at $8.50, 1 $4.50 ; repairs to chairs, $6.75 

Montgomery, Geo. A., rent of office, 10 m. to April 30, 1900, at $12.50; extra ground 
rent $10 

McCausland, W., water cooler, $4.75 ; 2 glasses. 25c 

Paul, R., stove coal, 18 tons at $10 ; Williams, R. H., wood, 4 cords at $C 

Regina Post Office ($366.43)— 

Little, T. J., putting on storm sashes, repairs to windows etc, $13.33 ; taking off storm 
sashes, $5 ; draining overflow from cistern, repairs to fence, windows etc, contract, 
$23.55 

McCausland, W. No. 14 Eclipse stove, $26.45 ; repairs to stove, $10.60; sundries, $8.30. 

Paul, R., coal, 25 tons at $10 ; Smith & Fergusson, repairing pump, $3.10 ; sundries, $2.10 

Williams, R. H. & Son, wood, 4 cords at $6 

Regina Public Works Office ($90)— 

Williams, R. H & Son, rent of office, 1 yr to Jan 1, 1900 

Strathcona Immigrant Shed ($88.15) 

Br^uley & Co, 1 Dom. flag, $12.55 ; Mercier, H., wood, 50f cords at $1.49 

Wolseley Court House ($795.71)- 

Caretaker, Chas. Taylor, 12 m. to June 30 

Magee & Thompson, anthracite coal, 24 '98 tons at $9.25 

Thompson, A. G., coal oil, 43 galls at 35c ; lamp glasses, 6 at 10c 

Wolseley Milling Co., wood, 3 cords at $3 

Yorkton Dominion Land Office ($162.35)— 

Bromley & Co., 1 Dom flag, $9.55, 1, $16 

Langstaff, H. J., rent of office, 11 m. 12 d. to Dec 12, 1899 at $12 

Agassiz Experimental Farm ($92 47)— 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co., freight on coal, 8,000 lbs at $2.20 



Gilley Bros., coal, 4 tons at $6.50 ; 40 sacks, $4 ; Inkman, C, coal, 6 '19 tons at $7.25. . . 
Discovery B. C. Post Office ($51)— 

B. C. Furniture Co., pigeon-hole cases, 2 at $25 ; cartage etc, $1 

Kamloops Dominion Lands Office ($150)— 

Wood, E. Stuart, rent of effice, 10 m. to Jan 1, 1900 at $15 

Nanaimo Public B lildings ($1891.97)— 

Caretaker, John Thompson, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Brown, Joseph M., repairing lock boxes 

Dawson, H., scavenger work, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Forrester, Alex, 99 boxes with steps in front, $45 ; numbering boxes, $9.90; setting up 
pigeon-holes and sack rack, $5.55; 2 forms, $3.50; freight and drayage, $2.45; 
sundries $4.65 

Henderson Alex., § bbl cement, $3 ; crushed rock, $3 ; labour 28 hrs at 50c 

McAdie, H, 1 coal chute, $6.75 ; plastering wall at custom-house, $27.50 ; putting in and 
painting 1 frame and door complete at P. O., $15.55 ; 1 bill board, $8.24 ; 1 manhole 
in roof at flag pole, $11.50 ; putting up flag pole, repairs, painting, etc, $7.30 ; re- 
pairing roof and cleaning gutters, $5.25 ; sundries, 85c 

Nanaimo Electric Light, Power and Heating Co., wiring public building, contract, $125 ; 
lighting, 9h ffi. to Feb 28, 1900 at $18 ; lamps, 8, $3.50 ; shade, 35c 

Nanaimo Gas Co., gas, 8 m. to Dec 31, 1899, 4300 ft at $2 . 50 ; meter $1 . 75 

Nanaimo. Water Works Co., water rates, 9 m. to Mar 31, 1900 

Nash Alfred, kalsomining wall and ceilings, painting woodwork etc of public building, 
contract, $302.50 ; painting outbuildings and fence $18 

New Vancouver Coal Mining Co., Nanaimo coal, 25 '85 tons at $3.75 

Pleace, J. H. (Voucher not at hand Dec 3, 1900) 

Randle Bros., repairs to stove. $5 ; repairs ani renewals in lavatories, $36.25 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
222,741 26 



8 50 
106 00 



39 60 
4 95 

34 72 



266 70 
315 70 

22 20 

89 89 

28 25 

135 00 
5 00 

204 00 



41 88 

45 35 

255 20 

24 00 

90 00 

88 15 

540 00 

231 06 

15 65 

9 00 

25 55 
136 80 

17 60 
74 87 

51 00 

150 00 

600 00 
6 50 

18 00 



71 05 
20 00 



82 94 



" 299 85 
12 50 
27 00 

320 50 
96 93 

125 30 
41 25 


227,519 70 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-151 



Dominion Buildings: maintenance Continued. 



cts. 



I Irought forward | 227,511>70 



Nanaimo Public Buildings — Con. 

Rubenstein Bros., loo |\(). box fronts at $1 . 13 : freight and case $7. GO. . . 
Young James, (i brooms, $3 ; 2 door mats, $3 ; 2 hair brushes, 83 ; 

$3.55....:. 



; sundries. 



New Westminster Engineer's Office ($1,870.87)— 

B. C. Mills, Timber and Trading Co., baize doors, 2 at $10.25 ; 2 cedar counte 

$72; 2 cedar pigeon-hole oases and 1 plain rack, $32.50; 1 drawing-board, $27.50; 

frames, 2, $6 ; labour fitting up office, 140 h at 40c ; lumber, 1237 ft at $10, 364 at $12, 
1G4 at $23, 20 at $22.50 : shelves, $11.25 : screens, 3 at $2, 8 at $1.75 ; sundries. $2.85 

Dupont, M. J. ; rent of office, !.">.', m to June 30, 1900 at $58 

Fales, VV. E., cork carpel, 43 yds at $1.65 ; sundries, $2.50 

GiUey Bros., ' cords cut and split dry wood. 

Mai greaves Geo., staining and varnishing floors, $5.25; varnishing counters, window 
shades, desks and tables, $40.77 ; cleaning floors and windows, .$(5.25 

Hinton Geo. C. & Co, brackets, 4 at $2.75, 5 at $1 .75 ; chandelier, $8.17 ; 6 shades, $ bus ; 
freight, 75c 

Kirk, H. T., coal oil, $4.85 ; heaters, 2, $17 ; oil stove, $0.50 ; pipe, 52 ft at 15c ; plumb- 
ing repairs. $] 1 .45 ; 3 stove boards, $4.10 ; sundries, $11.75 

Marshall das., writing, 2 office windows in gold, $20 ; 4 glass doors in black, $8 

Murchie D., 1 cupboard, $3; 1 drafting board, $5; letter press stand, $7.50; stand ol 
drawei s. $21 : repairing and painting stand, $3 ; sundries, $7 

McNamara das., rent of building 5| m. to Sept 15, 1890 at $25 

New Westminster City, electric lighting, 9 m. to Jan. 31, 1900, $18.92; meter rent, $2 ; 
lamps, 3, $1 .85 ; water rates, % m. to Sept 15, 1899, $8.13 

Weiler Bros., Brussels carpet, 44 yds at $1.50; Norwich lining, 33 yds at 12c; 1 oak 
desk, $55 : 1 maple office table, $40 . . . 

Winremute Furniture Co., blinds, 28, SG6.50 ; arm-chairs, 4, $9.25 ; chairs, 6, $7.70 ; hat 
racks, G, $4 ; mattresses, $6: stand for case, $3.50 ; stools, 3 $3.75 ; single bed and 
bureau, $11 ; tables, G, $25.75 ; covering table and wood rack, $8.25 ; washstands, 2, 
• v '» ; sundries, $14.45 ; less bed, bureau and stand, $7.75 

Yale latches, 4, $7 ; night latch, $2 ; 2 toilet sets, $6 

New Westminster Public Building ($1,000.62) — 

Caretaker, John McMurphy, 12 m to June 30, 1900 . . 

Booth, Frank, scavenger work 9 m April 1 to Jan 31, 1900 at $2 ; April and Ma 
charged twice. July not paid. 

B. C. Furniture Co., taking down, casing and shipping fittings in old P.O 

Fales, W. E. 1 rotary del . 1 »o x , $20 ; 1 table $1 . 75 

Gilley Bros. 5 cords wood (cut and packed) at $5.50 

Kirk, H. T., 1 large heater, $10; thawing water pipe, $3.75; repairs and hardware 
sundries, $10. GO 

Mann & Smith, removing ashes, G m to Jan 31, 1900 at $2 

New Westminster City, electric lighting, 10 m to Feb 28, 1900, $8.15 ; meter rent, $2.50 : 
lamps, 3 at 75c, 3 at 50c, 1 at GO ; water rates, 14 m. to Mch 31, 1900 at $2 (Dec paid 
twice) 

Royal City Transfer Co., 11 cords wood at $3.50 ; 7 loads wood and cutting same, $21.75. 

Shiles. B. W., building fitting up room, $29.92; providing and hanging 1 glass door, 
$6.10 ; putting in window and ventilators, $6 ; sundry repairs, $13.65 

Welch, G. I\. varnishing 2 frames, and painting and varnishing 8 screens, $6 ; painting 
7 street letter boxes, $10.50 . 

Covering 3 tables and counter $7.50 ; staining and varnishing 3 tables, $2 25 ; 2 steel bars 

$2 ; sundry repairs etc, $6.85 

VancouverDrill Hall ($28.26)— 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., coal, 5'95 tons at $4.75. . . . . 

Vancouver Fxamining Warehouse ($381.37) — 

Bruce Alex., removing doors and divisions in cupboard and extending same, $22.84 ; 1 
case pigeondioles, $8.75 ; 1 writing tahle, $10 ; 1 door and hanging same, s3. 45 ; 
extending partition, $5.03 ; 1 bolt, 40c 

Robertson Bros., rent of warehouse, 3 m. to June 1, 1900 at $110 

Vancouver Public Building ($4,178.19)— 

Caretaker, Atwell King, 12 m. to June 30, 1900, 7 m. u *400, 5 at $600 

Bell & Flett, cement, 85 lbs, $2.55 ; solder, 33 lbs at 28c ; labour, 52 hrs, $39 ; sundries, 
*7.15 

B. C. Electric Ry. Co., lighting Mar 23, 1899 to Feb 22, 1900, 13,370 h. at $1, 3,37" h. at 
90c, 1,535 at 85c, 42,680 at 80c, 27,670 at 60c ; rent of meters, $8.25 ; lamps, 6, 
sundries, $6 . . . 

Bruce Alex, chairs. 3. $11.25 ; drawing board and tr« sties $6.16 ; oct. sorting case, with 
13S pigeon-holes, $40.02, 1 case of pigeon holes, $22.60 : writing table. $11.50 ; enlarg- 
ing sorting table, and putting on 2 iron bag racks, $1 1.25 ; heavy Bcreen wire, 37 yds 
at 75c ; general repairs, bricklayer, 125 d. at $5 ; carpenters, 123 h. at 39c, 41*18 d. 
at $3.50 ; labourer, 1 d. $2.25 ; masons, 27 h. at 45c, 1 d. $4.50 ; machinist, 7 h. at 50c ; 
cement. $6.75 j glass, 5 lights, $0.20, 3 circlediead. d. $17.25 : 173 ft B M oak, $20.76; 
2 galv. iron pans, $5 ; 4 locks, $5.20 ; sundries, $47.2£ : overpayment eh, 49,178, $10. 



Carried forward 232, 



V-152 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



New Westminster P. Building — Con. 

Champion & White, removing ashes &c, 10 m. to Ap 30, 1900 . 

Currell, J. W., cutting and making keys, $34.40 ; changing locks, $9.25 ; repairs to locks, 

812, to boxes, $12.25, to glass, $9.40 ; sundry repairs &c $9.50 

Davidson Bros., clocks, 1, $15, 1, $14 

Hatch, J. EL, repairing caves- trough. . . '. 

Hinton, Geo. C. & Co., installing 9 bracket Its., dusters &c. $39.75, 5 drop lights, $6.25 ; 
12 brushes, $4.20 ; 3 cords and plugs, $4.25 ; lamps, 1, $6.50, 1, $9.50 ; 2 marble bases, 
$5 ; repairing, $50.90 ; 6 shades, $7.40 ; 27 sockets, $8.65 ; wire moulding, 150 ft at 

3c ; R. B. C. wire, 248 ft at 4c, 260 ft at 2c ; sundries, $11.63 

Hudson's Bay Co., 2 doz. brooms, $8.50; 1 box soap, $3.60; 1 case eocene oil, $3.10 ; 

matches, $1 . 50 , 

Johnson & Burnett, examining and repairing lock of vault door 

Johnson & McPhail, hardware sundries, $15.25 ; Leckie, J., 2 Dom. flags, $24.50. 

Mortimer, J. G., sundry plumbing repairs 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., lump coal, 48 '44 tons at $4.75 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 1 style G. bag rack to hold 100 bags, $375 ; freight, $40.47.. . . 
Vancouver Gas Co., gas 11 m. to March 1, 63 M. ft at $2.50, 493 M. ft at $2.25 ; meter 

rent, $2.75 ... , 

Vancouver City Water Works, 11 m. to May 31, 1900, 5,379 ft at 25c, 12,790 ft at 22ic 

13,019 ft at L8c ; meter, $3.75 ; 2 m. at $7 

Casing and shipping fittings, $6; postage stamps, $3; rubber plunger, $3.50; toilet 

paper, .$5,50 ; 2 loads wood, $5.25 ; sundries, $3.25 

Vancouver Registry Office ($159.01)— 

Bruce Alex,- 3 tables with drawers, $30 ; stamping table, $8 ; repairs and changes in office, 
• carpenters, 24 d. at $3.50; cedar, 449 ft at 4c; 16 circular pieces, $7.80; sundries, 

$11.25 

Victoria Appraiser's Office ($4.30) — 

Victoria Gas Co., gas, from Feb 21 to Dec 30, 1899, 900 ft at $2 ; meter rent, $2.50 .... 
Victoria Drill Hall ($129.97)— 

Burt Geo. , 2 cords wood, cut and split at $4 . 75 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., coal, 25 '36 tons at $4.75. .' 

Victoria District Officer Commanding ($21 . 52)— 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., coal, 4 '53 tons at $4.75. . . . . , 

Victoria Immigration Building ($25.78) — 

Deasy Thos., expenses incurred moving immigration building 

Building fence, carpenters, 2d., $6 ; material, $7 . 78 , 

Victoria Marine Hospital ($87.66)— 

Colbert John, taaing out old, and putting in new hot water boiler and coil, $36.16 ; sundry 

plumbing repairs, labour, 10 hrs at 60c, 33 hrs at 75c ; material, $14.75 

Neal, W., cleaning chimney 

Victoria Military Stores ($94:80)— 

Baker & Colston, 5 cords cut wood at $4.75 ; Burt G., 5 cords cut wood, $23.50 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., coal, 10 '01 tons at $4.75 

Victoria New Public Buildings ($4,669.87)— 

Caretaker, Win. McKay, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Asst. caretaker, A. Johnson, 12 m. to June 30, 1930 . 

Fireman, John Milne, 7 m. Oct 1, 1899 to Apl 30, 1900 

Elevator man, John McMillan, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

B. C. Electric Ry. Co., lighting, 11 m. to Feb 28, 1900, 1,338 M. watts at 20c, 7,344 at 
. 14c, 3,160 at'l2c ; meter, $2.75 ; overpaid $1 ; power supplied 11 m. to May 31, 1900, 

40,320 M. at lc ; meter $3 

B. C. Furniture Co., 1 desk, $20 ; chairs, 3 at $1, 1 at $1.50 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., coal, 92 '71 tons at $4.75 

Sheret, Andrew, sundry plumbing repairs 

Speed Bros, coal oil $6 . 40 ; sundries, $9 . 35 

Victoria Water Works, water supply, 11 m. to May 31, 1900, 159,376 imp. galls, at 20c, 

$31 .75 ; meter, $22 <. 

Moving document, lumber etc, $8 . 55 ; ice supply, $5 . 90 ; 1 case toilet paper, $9 . 50 ; re- 

. pairing corner plate etc, $3 . 50 

Victoria Old Custom House ($1248.50)— 

Carpenters, G. Herd, 12 d. at $3.50, W. G. Walker, 17 d. at $3, W. H. Lettuce, 7h d at 

$2.25, G. Barker, i d at $2.50 

C. Furniture Co., 1 blackboard on frame and castors, $4.50; carpet lining, 92 yds at 
10c ; cork carpet and linoleum, 175 yds at $1.25 ; crate baskets, 4 at $2.50 ; 2 door- 
mats, $9 ; room moulding, 220 ft at 7c ; 1 truck, $15 ; window shades, 11 at $1.75 ; 
repairs and alterations to office fittings, floors etc, 28| d at $4, 79i h at 50c ; walnut, 
11 ft at 25c ; fir, 750 ft at 2|c ; spruce, 100 ft at 2^c ; varnish, 2 galls at $2.75 ; sun- 
dries, $25.90 ; .scrubbing, cleaning etc 10 d at $1.50; double team and 2 men, 2H h. at 

$1.50 

C. Paving & Roofing Co., coating roof with tar and sand, contract, $35 ; cleaning out 
and repairing gutters, $9 ; pipe, 26 ft at 30c. , 



U. 



Carried forward 241,062 49 



cts. 



232,684 66 



58 00 

86 80 
29 00 
10 90 



173 65 

16 70 
10 00 
39 75 
15 00 
230 07 
4i5 47 

1,269 50 

83 16 

26 50 



159 01 

4 30 

9 50 
120 47 

21 52 

12 00 

13 78 



81 66 
6 00 

47 25 
47 55 

600 00 
547 50 
315 00 
540 00 



2,084 91 

24 50 

440 31 

20 70 

15 75 

53 75 

27 45 

111 12 



557 50 
51 80 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-153 



Dominion Buil<liu<>« : .Tlaint<ii;i n<e — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Victoria Old Custom House— Con. 

Colbert J., repairing and altering water pipes under wharf . . . . v , 

Eraser, W. S., hardware, $6 ; Hansen P., scavenger work, 1 yr to Jan 1, 1900, $24 . . . 

Jardine John, washing, repairing and kalsomining ceiling and walls, contract, $223 ; paint 
ing woodwork, .$05 ; kalsomining 3 rooms, staircase and hall, $13 ; glazing, lights 
at $1.50, 3, $1.25 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., coal, 15*62 tons at $4.75 

Nicholles <fc Renouf, 2 kegs steel nails, $0.75 ; 1 Yale latch, $2.75 ; sundries, $3.20 . . . . 

Taylor Mill Co., lumber, 3177 ft at $7.50; moulding, $3.70; cartage, $3.50; sundries, 
$4.07 

Victoria Gas Co., gas, 1 yr to Dec 30, 1809, 2500 c. ft. at $2 ; meter, $3.75 

Victoria Water Works, water supply 11 m. to May 31, 1900, $38.90 ; meter, $2.75 

Victoria Old Post Office ($1,570.46)— 

Albion Iron Works Co., 6 cast iron columns, contract, at $17.50 

B. C. Paving & Roofing Co., repairing roof and coating with tar and sand, contract, $73; 
repairing roof of closets and coating with tar and sand, contract, $27 ; cement, 8 bbls 
at $4 . 25 ; cartage 75c 

Colbert, John, sundry plumbing repairs, labour, 77£ hrs at 60c 1 h. 50c ; galv. pipe, 109 ft 
at 17c ; spiral galv. conductor, $4 ; sundries, $13.60 

Hansen, P. , scavenger work, 1 yr to Jan 1 1900 

Jardine John, kalsomining second story staircase, hallway, and washing woodwork, con- 
tract, $100; kalsomining, painting, graining and varnishing etc in stores, labour, 71 d. 
at $3.50 ; white lead paint 80 lbs at 20c ; whiting 175 lbs at 3c ; varnish, 1 gal, $6.50 
paper, 50 D.R. at 25c ; glass, 5 lights at $1.25 ; sundries $18.35 ; painting woodwork 
second story, contract, $27 ; glazing 5 lights, $5.15 ; express, 50c 

Macmillan John, putting door in partition between store and corridor, $15.60; repairing 
stairway, carpenters, 10 d. at $3 ; painters 2 d. at $3 ; materials etc $9.36 

Nicholles & Renouf, 1 beam, 12 rolled steel, 6525 lbs at 3c ; sheet lead, 72 lbs at 7c ; 
wrought iron post, $4.40 ; truss brace, $10.50; stove door sets, 3 at $4.50; latches, 6, 
$10 ; sundries, $27.78 

Sellick, R., lath and plaster, 575 yds at 20c; carpenters 2 d. at $3 ; plasterers, 21 d. at 
$4 ; labourers, 15 d. at $2.25 ; cement, 7 k bbls at $4 ; lime, 8 at $1 ; plaster paris, 3 at 
$3.75 ; sand 5 loads at $1 ; sundries, $4.30 

Victoria Water Works, water supply, 11 m. to May 31, 1900, 231250 imp galls, at 20c, 
96875 at 17^c ; meter, $5.50 

Weiler Bros., moving beam, labour, 35 h. at 40c ; plasterer, 2 d. at $4.50 ; sundries, $2. . 

Wilson, A & W. sundry plumbing repairs 

Advertising, $2.75 ; casing and shipping lock boxes, $2 : smithwork, $7.63 

Victoria Public Works Office ($24)— 

Daily Times, 12 m. to June 30, 1900, $9 ; rent of P.O. box, 12 m. to June 30, 1900, $5; 

rent of telephone, to Ap 30, 1900, $7 ; repairing clock, $3 

Williams Head Quarantine Station ($1559.41)— 

Hinton, G. C. & Co., pliers, 2 prs at $1.60 ; brackets and insulators, 6 at 12c 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co., protection coal, 366 tons at $4.25 

British Columbia Public Buildings Generally ($1338.05)— 

Henderson Wm. Victoria, services as clerk of works, 6 m., June 1 to Nov. 30, 1899, 
$1050 ; travelling expenses, May 16 to June 30, 1899, $44.70 ; July 1 to Oct 18, $73.50, 
Feb 1 to June 30, 1900, $112.05 ; advance to be accounted for, $45.60 

Valise, $9. 50; 8 copies forms of tender for coal, $2.70 

Public Buildings Generally ($1750)— 

Ledoux, B & Co, Montreal, " Stempel " fire extinguishers, 20 at $12.50 

Patton, Chas. glass lined " Star " chemical fire extinguishers, 100 at $15 

Ottawa Experimental Farm ($1227.31)— 

Detailed under Ottawa Buildings : Heating (page V— 116) 

Lighting ( „ V— 117) 

Water ( „ V— 117) 

Departmental Expenses at Ottawa ($1241.99) 

Dom. Express Co, charges 

Queen's Printer's account $119.34 ; Stationery Office $10 

Advertising.. 

Salaries of Engineers, caretakers, etc (June 1899) detailed at Page Q— 107 of 1898-99 

Total, Maintenance of Dominion Buildings 



Charged as follows : 

Rents Public Buildings (Page V- 



Furniture Dominion Buildings. . . . 
Engineers, caretakers, firemen, etc, 



•120) 



Heating Dominion Buildings 
Lighting „ 

Water „ 



salaries 
supplies. 



V— 4) 
V— 4) 
V-4) 
V-4) 
V— 4) 
V— 4) 



9,931 68 
6,033 86 
79,987 08 
5,077 16 
48,400 05 
45,013 93 
13,716 57 



8 Cts. 

241,002 49 



14 40 

30 00 



311 25 
74 23 
12 70 

35 10 

8 75 

41 65 

105 00 



134 75 

83 13 

48 00 



446 00 
60 96 

266 97 

297 30 

68 65 
25 00 
22 32 
12 38 

24 00 

3 92 
1,555 49 



1,325 85 
12 20 

250 00 
1,500 00 

1,055 51 

(111 so 

102 00 

3 60 

129 34 

l.ion 05 

5,384 93 



l»:):».086 72 



Carried forward 



208,160 33 



V-154 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Concluded. 

Brought forward .. . 

Charged as follows— Cow. 

Power for running elevators, etc. , ( Page V — 97) 3,647 41 

Renewals and heavy repairs : Maritime Provinces ( ., V — 75) 6,915 87 

Quebec ( „ V— 75) 12,018 43 

Ontario ( „ V— 83) 9,404 44 

Manitoba ( „ V-92) 4,614 28 

N. W. Territories ( „ V-92) 1,348 42 

British Columbia ( ., V— 94) 6,832 67 

1900-1901— Salaries of engineers, etc June 1900 2,57172 

Ottawa Buildings Repairs (Page V— 114) 88 22 

Harbours and Rivers : Maritime Prov Genly ( n V— 198) 84 93 

Total of summary, agreeing with total of details as above 

Dominion Immigration Buildings : Bepairs. 

Amherst ($16.92). 

Robb Engineering Co : 2 sets grates for h. w. heater, 423 lbs at 4c 

Halifax ($702.59). 

Anderson A : labour, 305 h at 25c, 70 h at 22c ; frame and panel door, sashes etc $27 . 16 ; 
repairing roof around chimney $5 ; sundries $24 .93 

Clay T. E : coat destroyed while attempting to extinguish fire 

Cullen G. M & Co : whitewashing and tinting $10 ; painting shed $21 .72 

Holland & Kuhn : new shades 27 at $1 . 25 ; sundries 75c , 

I C R'y : laying and caulking floor and wall in coal room, — carpenters, 23 1 d at $1.50, 
labourers, 23 d at $1.10; superintendence $7.80; sundry materials $16.39 

Longard Bros: wrot iron gratings, 1,538 lbs at 5c ; galv sheet iron. (295 lbs) $19.17; 6-in ex 
hvy C. I. pipe 25 lbs at 72c ; plumber and helper 14 T V d at $4 ; sundries $30.19 

Low Geo B : removing 2 brick chimneys, making good, floors, partitions and roof 

McLeoo H. P : Seth Thomas regulator 

Cleaning furnace and kitchen chimney $3 ; new switch in kitchen $2 ; dress destroyed attempt- 
ing to extinguish fire $7 ; sundries $3.61 ; repairs $6.40 ; 600 ft spruce and cartage $8.45. 

Advertising 

Port Arthur ($85.82). 

Burris R. F : papering etc east room 

Vigars & Co : 1,000 ft 6-in flooring $17 ; sundry lumher $20.93 _ 

Wells & Emmerson : Oxford Rival stove $17 ; sundry kitchen supplies etc $20.89 

Dauphin ($2.25). 

MacNeil H. N : glass, putty etc 

Winnipeg ($420.67). 

Brydon Wm & Co : building stairs $95 ; closing up 2 doors $4 

Fox Robt : sewerage, 7 Ids at $1.50 ; n't soil, 3 Ids at $2 ; digging out sewer pipes 4^ d at $2. 
Gurney Stove and Range Co : No 13 Harris wood furnace $58.59 ; putting in place $10. 

Johnstone R : sundry carpenter work , 

Passmore C. A : limewashing, 300 yds at 3gC 

Plaxton Bros : plumber, 70 h at 50c ; sundries $37 .64 

Wells J. L & Co: repairing and cleaning out choked sewer pipes $16 ; 3 new registers and 

repairs to pipes $10 ; plumber 7 d at $3 ; sundries $46 .20 

One Harvard night latch $1.75 ; plumbing $8.73 ; glass and glazing $6.95 ; fittings for boiler 

$7; repairs $7.66.. , 

Calgary ($67.50). 

McBride A & Co : paint and turpentine $10 ; range and furniture $57.50 

Regina ($117.25). 

McDougall D. C : tender for painting and repairs $114 ; sundry repairs $3.25 

Selkirk ($29.35). 

Smith D : travelling expenses, 7 trips to West Selkirk, Jan 11-Mch 31 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
208,160 33 



255,686 72 



16 92 



148 74 
18 00 
31 72 
34 50 

84 74 

200 47 

125 00 

25 00 

30 46 
3 96 



10 00 
37 93 
37 89 



2 25 



99 00 
25 00 
68 59 
20 15 
10 00 
72 64 

93 20 

32 09 



67 50 



117 25 



29 35 



1,442 35 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ': EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-155 



Dominion Immigration Buildings: Repair* — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Strathcona ($1.24). 

Queen's Printer's account 

Yorkton ($18.40). 

Shoop L. P : earpenter work 

Total carried to page V— 5 



Doniinioii Quarantine Buildings : Maintenance, 

Grossc Isle ($2,992.55). 

Pay-lists, detailed with River St. Lawrence Ship Channel (Page V — 32) 

Ahearn & Soper : repairs to str Challenger : electricians, 154 h at 50c; rubber covered wire, 
400 ft at 3c, 300 ft at 4^c, 200 ft at 7c; sundries $7. 30 

Bell Telephone Co : messages 

Bernier J. D : making a galvanized iron tank 

Dominion Foundry : grate bars, 1,907 lbs at 2^c , 

Gagnon Thos : cushions, covered with duck and stuffed with moss 2 at $6, covered in leather 
and stuffed with hair 1 at $15, repaired and covered in leather 3 at $5 ; backs repaired 
and covered in leather, 9 at $2.50 ; blinds, 7 at 81, 19 at 80c ; sundry furnishings $24.50. 

McPherson Alex & Son : 7 panes glass, 26 oz, bent to fit frames $20 ; packing 75c 

Patenaude N. F : castings, 512 lbs at 2ic ; sundry 30c 

Paquet Z : linoleum, 26 yds at $1.50 ; cork 6§ yds at $1.20 ; laying $5 



William's Head ($515.1 



Anderson W. J : extension ladder , 

Demers L. O : repairer on telephone line, Sept 6- June 30 at $15 a .m 

Hinton Geo C & Co : supplied to Mr Demers $12.90 ; installing light $3 .40 

Peatt Arthur H : repairer on telephone line, May 1-Sept 4, 1899 at $30 a m 

Reid Jno D : taking care of water pipe line etc, Sept 4- June 30, at $15 am 

Victoria and Esquimalt Telephone Co : rent of telephone for use of repairer, 13 m to Apl 30, 
1900 at 85 a m 



Total, carried to page V — 5 . 



Yukon District : Maintenance oi" Bniidings. 

Atlin Post Office. 

Russell J H, rent of building for post office purposes, 10 m to April 30, 1900, at $200 

Dawson Public Buildings. 

Post Office and Commissioner's Office, etc— 

Adams, John, wood, 20i cords at $25, 20 at $22.50 

Lory, Frank C. rent of building on 1st Avenue, 11 mos to May 31, 1900, at $1,200 

Sinclair, D H, wood, 3 cords at $25, 38i at 822.50, 24 i at $22 

Wishart, F K, wood, 24^ cords at $27 

Commissioner's Residence — 

Adams, John, wood, 5i cords at $27 

Gendreau, Rev Father^ rent of house, Aug 22, 1899 to May 31, 1900, 9.'.',' mos at $250. '. . '. 

North American Transportation and Trading Co, coai, 1 ton at $30, 7 08 at 825 

Sinclair, D H, wood, 5| cords at $26 

Gold Commissioner, Comptroller and C T Agents' Residence- 
Alaska Commercial Co, rent of furnished house, Oct 1. L899 May 31, 1900, 8 m. at $250. 

Kenyen E, sawing, splitting and piling, 3.V cords \v< >< «J at $8 

Sinclair D H : wood, Scordsat $23 ; hauling 2 loads from C Foffice, 814 : splitting, etc $4 

White J L, wood, 20A cords at 826 

Gold Commissioner's Office — 

Sinclair, D H, wood : 15J cords at 824, 37«^ at 821 ; sawing, splitting and piling, 20 cords 

at $7, li at $6 

Crown Timber, Land Agents' and Registrar's Office— 

Binet, J E, rent of building, July 1-15, 1899, A m at $1,000, July 16, 1899 to May 31, 1900, 
10.', m at $750 

Sinclair, D H, wood, 14{j ooids at $23, 20 at $24 

Standard Oil Co. 2$ cases Pearl oil at $13 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
1,442 35 

1 24 

13 10 



1,456 99 



z,ou/ zo 

123 80 

1 90 

24 85 

47 67 


11 L 20 
20 75 
13 10 
52 00 


14 00 
148 00 

16 30 
124 00 

148 00 


65 00 


3,507 85 



2,000 00 



13,200 00 

1,476 20 

661 50 


148 50 

2,330 64 

207 00 

1 If 50 


2,000 00 

28 00 

133 00 

533 00 



1,301 50 



8,375 00 

32 50 

34,355 21 



V-156 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Yukon District : Maintenance of Buildings — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Dawson Public Buildings —Concluded. 

Crown Timber Agent's Residence — 

Davis Jos, rent of house occupied by F X Gosselin, June and July, 1899, 2 m at $75 

de Lobel, Loicq, rent of house occupied by F X Gosselin and J E Bolduc, Aug and Sept, 

1899, 2 m at $75 

Court House — 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co, lighting, Feb 8- May 31, 1900 at $40 a month 

Legal Adviser— 

de Lobel, Loicq, rent of cabin occupied by W H P Clement, legal adviser, Oct 16, 1899 
to May 31, 1900, 1\ in at $65 

Standard Oil Co, \ case Pearl oil 

Residence of J N E Brown — 

Whi te, John, 2 cords wood at $16 . . 

Generally — 

Alaska Commercial Co, 11 cases coal oil at $12.50 

North Am. Trans and Trading Co, 2 cases coal oil at $13.50 

Standard Oil Co, 128^ cases Pearl oil at $10 ; nickel stand lamps, 7 at $6 

Wishart F K, 109 cords wood at $26 



Doiiinion Creek Mining Inspector's Office. 



Hick and Wolfe : wood, 3 cords at $20, 17 at $18. 
Robinson, A W, 1 case coal oil 



Fort Selkirk Crown Timber 

Anderson, Gust, 10 cords wood at $15 

British American Corporation, 1 case coal oil 

Pitts, H H, coal oil, 1 case at $25, 3 at $20, 2 at $15 . . . 



Grand Forks Mining Inspector's Office. 

Kearney & Kearney, coal oil, 1 case $15, 1, $14 .50, ^, $8 

Bunker Creek Mining Inspector's Office. 

Carey, Daniel, wood, 7 cords at $12 

Hebert. A H, rent of cabin, Nov 5, 1899 to April 4, 1900, 5 m at $25. 
Parmo, H, cutting wood, 7 cords at $8 . 50 . . ..... 



Expenditure by Post Office Dept. 

Atlin Post Office- 
British American Corporation, coal oil and lamp chimney. 

Dawson Post Office — 

Alaska Commercial Co, lighting 

Holland G J, gas burners 

Juneau Hardware Co, carbides 

Parsons Produce Co, coal oil 



Charged as follows : 

Yukon District : Rents for Public Buildings, 1898-9 and 1899-1900 (Page V— 5) $26,528 14 
Rent, Fuel and Light for Pub Bdgs ( ,. V— 5) 1 4,625 52 



Experimental Farms. 

Nappan, N.S. {$521.37). 



Allen, Taylor & Co : hoop yokes for new silos, 305 at 3^c , 

Doull, Geo M : oak bookcase, 10 ft long, for office use 

Douglas & Co : wire fencing, 40 rods of 11 wire 57-in at 56c, 70 rods of 12 wire 58-in at 60c. 

80 rods of 9 wire 50-in at 52c; gate 57-in x 10-ft, $6; double gate 12 x 48, $11; wire 

staples, 17 lbs at 5c , 

Lusby, C A & Co : l£-in galv pipe, 700 ft at 6c ; galvzd conductor, 89 ft of 3-in at 12c, 30 ft 

of 2^-in at 10c ; horsehire, $4 ; labor, $13.50 ; sundry materials, $15.46 

Mitchell, J C : window screens, 9 at 50c ; screen doors and fittings, 1 at $3, 1 at $2.50. . . . 

Munro, B C : 50 rolls of wall paper and 127^ yds of border 

McAvity, T & Sons : 1-in N P. metal wheel" peet valves, 12 at $2.05 ; N pair valves, 12 at 45c ; 

brass union couplings, 6 at 70c 

Carried forward . . . . .. , 



% cts. 
34,355 21 

150 00 
150 00 
135 95 



487 50 
6 25 

32 00 

137 50 

27 00 

1,327 00 

2,834 00 



366 00 
12 50 



150 00 

25 00 

115 00 



37 50 



84 00 

125 00 

59 50 



11 00 



500 00 

5 25 
14 00 

6 50 


41,153 66 


41,153 66 



10 68 
35 00 



123 85 

88 64 
10 00 
14 52 

34 20 



316 89 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-157 



Experimental Farm* Continued. 

Brought forward . . 

Nappan, N.S.— Concluded. 

McCleave, Henry : furnishing material and painting shed at herdman's house, 2 coats 

McLeave & Yeomans, painting and papering: Supt's office and kitchen, horticulturist's 
house and herdman's house 

Rowh-y & Kenney : bow back chairs, 2 at 50c; repairing furniture $22.25 

SUliker, J: 700 ft Bheathing, $14 ; 4 M. shingles, $7 ; 3 frames and sashes, $5..75"; 350 ft 
scantling, $2.80, 300 ft boards, $3 ; batten doors, 2 at -SI .25 ; 1(5 days work, $32; sundry 
lumber, hardware <v.c, $10.78 

Smith, W P & Co : wall paper, 59 rolls and 104 yards of border 



Brandon, Man. ($65440). 

Assiniboine Lumber Co : 2 x 10-in spruce at $16, 280 ft of 12 ft long, 720 ft of 16 ft long.. . 

Ik-own & Mitchell : ventilated closet, $8.50 ; wire staples' 50 lbs at 5c 

Daniels, - E G : paper hanging at manager's house 

Hanbury Mfg Uo : large cedar posts 8 at 25c 

Hughes* Long, repairing ($234,80)— 

Stable floors and road culverts : 16 ft spruce, 480 ft at $19, 1724 ft at $18 ; 3 x 6 x 16 pine 

432 ft at $21 ; 2-in oak, 300 ft at $20 ; 2-in oak, 12-16 ft, 180 ft at 40c ' 

Barn and buildings : 4 bush lime $1.60 ; 1 M shingles, $3 ; tar paper, 90c ; lumber, $24.88 
Pasture fence : cedar posts 250 at 20c, 28 of 11 ft at 30c ; 2 x 4-in x 8-12 ft, 1120 ft at $18 

2 x 4-in x 20 ft, 320 at $22 

Workman's closet and general repairs : flooring, 240 ft at $32, 248 ft at $27 ; sundry lum 

ber, $13.02 

Bull pen, stalls, grain house &c : 2nd com. 500 ft at $22 ; 1 x 12 x 16, d 4 s, 512 at $30 ; 

sundry materials $2 . 66 ... . 

MaemiHan, J A S : Page wire fencing, 307 rods of 11 bar 57-in at 51c, 40 rods of 11 bar 52-in 
at 55|c, 72 rods of 19 bar 57-in at 85c ; single gates, 2 at $9 ; double gates, 2 at $13 ; cone 
fir bracing $2 ; freight from Winnipeg to Brandon, $21.41 ; extra man for putting up 

fence, $4.50 

White, Jas Francis : carpentering 26 d at $1.25 ; digging post holes, 240 at 12^c 



Indian Head, N.W.T. ($123.18). 

Conn, James, lumber $6.80 ; Kerr, W K, work on tank, ^27 h at 30c ..... 

Gerry, A V : tank in Supt's house, 5 ft high 4 ft dia. best 24 gage galv iron with five 2-in 
hoops, $19 ; tank in cow stable 6 ft high 7 ft dia. best 24 gage galvd iron with seven 2-in 
hoops, $34.50 ; hardware, $6.15 

Sherwood, A W : lumber for tank in barn, 480 ft at $23, 200 ft at $21 ; lumber for repairs in 
stables, 368 ft at $24 ; 150 laths, $1.05 ; 200 ft boards, $4.60 ; resawing boards, $3 ; 1 roll 
plain paper $1 .... 

Stewart, D : wall paper $6.41 ; hanging paper, $8.50 , 



iz, B.C. ($65.25). 



Trapp, T J & Co : 1000 lbs twisted wire for fencing 
soles, $1.50 



wire staples 50 lbs at 7^c : 2 plow 



Central Farm, Ottawa ($11,876.82). 

Anderson, Saml, carpenter, July-Nov, Mar-May, 211 d at $2.50, Dec-Feb, 76 d at $2.25. 

Adams, Jos, carpenter, Aug 28-Oct 31, 55£ d at $2, 6 d in Nov at $1.80 

Fregin, R, carpenter, Sept and Oct, 46 d at $2, 6 d in Nov at $1.80 

Johnston J, carpenter, Sept and Oct, 37 d at $2 

Kerr, John, carpenter, July-Oct, 104 d at $2, 6 d in Nov at $1.80 

Latreille, G % carpenter, Aug 10-Oct 31, 69^ d at $2, 6 d in Nov at $1.80 

Schroeder, Fred, carpenter, Sept and Oct, 41 d at $2. 



Carpenters : D. Beauchamp, 25 d at $1.50 ; Lacroix jr, 2 d at $1.25 ; J B Latreille, 6 d at 
$1.50 ; J Rutledge, 9 d at $1.50 ; Felix Robillard, 15 d at $1.50 



Labourers, days at $1.25 : Jno Fahey 27 "5, Wm Fahey 96, Robt Fee 277, Wm Ferguson 54 % 
Geo Fixter 30, Andrew Kerr 17 '8, Jos Leslie 29 '3, Jos Lalonde 15 '8, Jos Pelletier 26 % 
Fred Reid 78'1 

Teamster, T Murphy, 18 d at $3 

Pipe fitters and helpers, July, Aug and Oct, 1899 (for names see page — ) 

Painting buildings, Jun^ 25-30 : 5 painters 6 d each at $2 ; apprentice, 6 d at $1.50 

Bailey Geo, smithwork $93.80 ; Canham, Geo, plank 587 pieces at 5c 

Bryson, Graham & Co : blinds. 4 at $1.42 ; brackets, 10c ; linen for 13 blinds, 29| yds at 25c. 

Carried forward 



$ cts 
;;ii; v.i 

8 .Mi 

65 00 

23 25 



77 83 

2!) 'jo 



16 00 

11 00 

16 32 

2 00 


62 42 
30 38 


85 59 


27 39 


29 02 


311 78 

62 50 



14 90 

5!) 05 



33 72 
14 91 



65 25 



698 50 
121 80 
102 80 

74 00 
218 80 
1 10 so 

82 00 

85 00 



504 14 
54 00 

468 45 
69 00 

123 15 
13 10 



4,128 74 



V-158 



A UDITOR GENERA VS REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Experimental Farnis — Continued, 

Brought forward 

Central Farm, Ottawa — Continued. 

Butterworth & Co ($692.84)— 

Galvanized pipe : 98 ft of 2-in at $29.50, 103i ft of H-in at $25, llOi ft of 1-in at $13, 211 
ft of f-in at $9.25, 400 ft of i-in at $8.50 

Black iron pipe : 70 ft of H-in at $9.75, 200 ft of 1^-in at $8.75, 304 ft of 1-in at $5.95, 305 
ft of f-in at $4, 201 ft of \-va at $4, 618 ft of f-in at $3.90, 105 ft of J-in at $3.90. . . . 

Sheet lead, 43 lbs at 8c, 66 lbs" at 6#c, 357 lbs at 6fc ; sheet copper, 41 lbs at 35c 

Oster pipe stock and dies No 3 with 1, 1^, l- 2 and 2-in R and L dies with cut off 

Galvanized iron, 286 lbs at 7c ; 5 ft 6 in bath complete $50 , 

Sinks : enameled, 1 at $5, 1 at $3.50, 1 at $3.25 ; 1 porcelain enameled, $9 ; 2 at $2.25. . . 

Acetylene gas burners, 16, $7.20 ; tees, elbows, unions and sundry supplies $300.20 

Canadian Pacific Ry Co, freight on wire fencing, gates and castings 

Capital Planing Mill Co, Ltd ($655.01)— 

Bev. battens, 125 lengths at 10c ; 6-in architrave, 50 lengths at 30c 

Doors, 7 at $3.20, 1 at $1.90, 1 at $2.15, 6 at $1.25, 13 at $1 

Fanlight, 7 at 50c ; 15-in base, 46 lengths at 55c ; blinds, painted, 5 prs at $4.10 

Cedar, 541 ft of 6 x 6-in x 9 ft at 4|c, 200 1 ft of 3 x 6-in at 3c, 4200 1 ft of 3 x 6-in at %. . 

Cedar posts, 166 at 15c, 541 at 13c, 31 at 12c ; shingles, 16 M at $3 

Flooring, 575 ft of H-in at $30, 300 ft of 1-in at $17 ; H-in cherry, 107 ft at 20c 

Pine i-l^-in x 10-12-in, dr, 1133 ft at $30 ; 2-in x 3-in x 12 ft dr 960 ft at $25 

Rough 1 x 5-6-in 12 ft, 5063 at $12 ; sundry lumber, mouldings &c, $100.50 ; cartage, $7.88 
Charleson, W G : Portland cement, 9 brls at $2.75 ; f-in rod iron, 2402 lbs at $2.50 ; curtain 

fixtures, 14 sets at 50c 

Darcy, M : plank, 809 pieces at 5c 

Desrivieres, J A ($260.54)— 

Clear pine, KD.D2S, 1242 ft at $50, 607 ft at $45, 400 ft at $40 

Basswood, K D. 1st quality, D 2 S, 627 ft at $25 ; 1 x 8 T & G K D D 1 S good, 500 ft 
at $28 

Cherry, l-in-l^-in, KD.D2S, 349 ft at $150 ; birch table legs, 8 at 50c, 2 at 45c, 106 at 40c 

Grooving cherry, 5 h at $1 ; brackets, 48 at 10c ; cartage, $6.75 ; sundries, $9.24 

Eclipse Wire Fence Co : turnstile at park entrance , ■ 

Export Lumber Co ($475.05) — 

Gd. spruce, 468 ft at $14, 2232 ft at $13, 9034 ft at $12 ; box boards, 1002 ft at $10 

Common, 52 ft at $14, 119 at $13, 1010 at $12, 1995 at $10 ; scantling, 965 ft at $13. . . . 

Culls, 503 ft at $12, 2387 ft at $10.50, 3555 ft at $10 ; gd white pine, 5543 ft at $16 

Stocks, 1537 ft at $19, 194 ft at $17, 1500 ft at $15 ; 2-in plank 2408 ft at $13 

Sundry lumber, $25.02 ; cartage, $7 .50 

Fairbairn, W E : Page wire fence, 350 rods at 72^c. ; gates, 4 double at $10.20, 1 single at 

$3.83 ($24.75 of this paid to Can. Atlantic Ry) 

Frazer & Hamilton : ripping, planing, &c 

Goold, Sharpley & Muir Co, Ltd : No. 400 pump and fitting?, $125 ; 1-in galv pipe, 885 ft at 

12c. ; 1-in stop cocks with handles, 4 at $2 . 75 ; sundries, $4 . 05 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co : 300 ft of 2^-in 2 ply paragon R L fire hose, 6 sets 2-^-in 

exp. ring couplings attached $270 ; case, 70c , 

Hay, N ($267.01)- 

Nails, 2 kegs at $3.90, 1 at $3.80, 1 at $3.75, 2 at $3.65, 4 at $3.60, 1 at $3.55, 1 at $3.50, 
1 at $3. 15, 2 at $3.10, 1 at $3. 05, Hat $3, 2 at $2. 75 

Brass door pulls, 5 doz at $2.80 ; w lead, 4 tins at $1.90 

Shellac, 2 galls at $2.75, 1 at $2.50 ; turpentine, 5 galls at 90c; oil, 10 galls at 75c 

Boiled oil, 5 galls at 80c; 55 panes and 3 boxes of glass, $47.85 ; glass and repairs, $9 

Brackets, 6 doz at $1 .65, 18 pr at 35c; sundry hardware, $53.36 

Harris & Campbell, 6 chairs $6 ; Hitchings & Co, smoke boxes and bolts, 2 at $5.40 

Howe J G : ingrain paper, 14 rolls of wall at 25c, 12 of ceiling at 30c; frieze, 32 yds at 25c. 
Holtby & Shearer ($3168.25)- 

Contract for root house 

Extra depth of foundation walls, 13 c yds at $3 ; extra iron tie rods, 285 lbs at 5c 

Joly, L O : plank 429 pieces at 5c 

Latoson, Thos : 2 sets of furnace grates and 8 grate bars, 647 lbs at 4c ; nuts and washers, 

$3.60 ; foundry work, 48 h at 40c 

Lyons, John J ($1318.85)— 

Contract for erecting laboratory building $5973 ; less $4225 paid in 1898-9 (page Q— 109) 
and less $745 paid in 1897-8 (page Q— 107) 

Extras in connection with laboratory building ($96.85) — 

Rock faced work below grade, 10 sq yds at $3 . 60 

Cutting and rebuilding wall for gasoline pipes . 

Pressed butt hinges 3-in x 3-in, 2 T V doz prs at 65c 

Screws 1^-in No 10, 2^ gross at 20c 

Fuel for heating building : coke, 3 chaldrons at $5.25 ; coal, 1 ton at $4.90 ; wood, 2 
Ids at $2 ; man firing, 20 dys at $1.50 

Repairing cottage and office buildings 

McDonald, Kenneth : staples 200 lbs at 3£c. ; wire, 249 lbs at 3c 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
4,128 74 



122 66 



90 91 


45 10 


31 50 


70 02 


25 25 


307 40 


20 87 


27 50 


46 95 


49 30 


113 43 


146 95 


43 75 


57 99 


169 14 


91 79 


40 45 


105 42 


29 68 


99 65 


25 79 


15 00 


154 00 


46 89 


155 34 


86 30 


32 52 


297 50 


32 45 


246 25 


270 70 


95 00 


21 60 


20 00 


60 85 


69 56 


16 80 


15 10 


3,115 00 


53 25 


21 45 



48 68 



1,003 00 



36 00 


4 00 


1 68 


52 


54 65 


219 00 


13 97 



12,097 30 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-159 



Experimental Farma Continued. 

Brought f< Brwa rd 

Central Fur in, Ottawa Concluded. 

McKinleyA Northwood ($346.93)— 

Winged ventilator with cone for roof, $72 ; |-in Jenkin globe valves, 4 at SI. 25 

12-in bile pipe, L06 Lengths at $1.14 ; 9 x 12 branch til.' pipe, $2.10 

( Salvanized iron looting, 902 sq ft at $8.75 ; galvanized iron, 138 lbs at 7c 

Solder, 32 lbs at 40c ; charcoal, 8 bush at 30c : nails, s-j.40 ; car fares, $1.60 

Tinsmith and assistant, 95 h at 40c ; 6 tees and 1 cock, $1.20 . . . 

McLaughlin, -las: plastering offices, 652yds at 25c: repairing plaster in Mr. Shutt's house, $3 

Ottawa Gas Co, 1 brlcoal tar $4. 50; Pritchard-Andrews Co, brass plate, $8.25 

Page Wive Fen< e Co (paid to W E Fairbairn) : 11 bar wire fencing, 400 rods at 55|c; 2 gates 

of 12 bars 57 -in, $20.40, 

Piche, P : cleaning chimneys, 30 at 75c ; carting long ladders and rent of same, $3 

Victoria Fdy Co : 6 wall boxes, 163 lbs at 4c ; 7 floor plates, 220 lbs at 4c ; cartage 50c 

Wright & Co : lo bush lime. 12.10 ; c stone, 27 tons coarse at $1.30, 3185 tons fine at $1.75 

Cab hire for officials : D. Ewart$3; F Breton $6 ; I Cote, $1 . 50 

Street <;\i fares: 1*' Breton, $6.50 ; John Cowan $3.85; plumbers and assistant, $31 . 14 

Advertising 

Detailed in 1898-9 (Page Q-109) 

Three Rivers (-$869.38). 

Three Rivers Agricultural Assn : paid to A D Ritchie for milk industry building erected at 
Three Rivers 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Advocate Harbour: Wnarf. 

Foreman, Alfred Knowlton, July and August, 31| d at $2.50 

,, ,, services in March and May buying materials and hiring men, 6d at $2.50 

Carpenters, days at $1 50: Blenkhorn, W E llj: Collins, Chas 28; Kelly, A W 18$ 

Knowlton, John llf, Wm 7f ; Loomer, David 7| ; Mills, Win 3 ; Morris, Eph 6^, Isaac 

15£, James 31, Robt j 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Loomer, Loren 11 ; Mills, Carol 6| ; Morris, Albert 27, Randolph 

10f ; McLellan, Donald 11 

Team, S R Canning, 154 d at $3 

Atkinson, A W, 2 block sheaves $2 ; Blenkhorn, Owen, smithwork $54.47 

Loomer, Geo : spruce 9 to 12-in, 275 ft at 3c 

Spicer, PL: spruce, 6 xlO-in to lOx 12-in, 20 to 23 ft long, 18,037 ft at $11.85; 4 in cover 

ing, 24,130 ft at $11.85 

Total, carried to page V— 5 . 



Acadia, N.S.: Removal of Obstructions, Cliebogue River 
May 21 -June 30, 1900. 



Foreman, Samuel J Hatfield, 36 d at $2 

Labourers, days at $1 : Frank Beals 22 ; Norman Beals 28 ; Byron Boyd 27 ; R Bullerwell 
25 ; Henry Gochett 5 ; John Ireland 27 ; Will Ireland 27 ; James Jarvis 28 ; Wm Jarvis 
28 ; Augustus Trefry 31 . ... 

Labourers, days at 75c : Clarence Michaels 33 ; James Trefry 20 

Teamsters, days at $1 : Wm Allen 21 ; Byron Boyd 1 ; George Briton 30 ; Harvey Bullerwell 
58 ; Amessa Perry 23 ; Edgar Rogers 02 ; Henry Shaw 33 ; Israel Myneau 32 

Blasting, days at $1 : Harry Jeffery 31 ; Watson Morton 27 

Cook, C W, drilling and repairs on pier 

Wyman, Israel T : dynamite, 13^ lbs at 50c ; detonators, 95 at 2c ; fusp, 40 yds at 5c 



Total carried to page V- 



Beaver River: Wharf Repairs, JIareli 19-June 12, 1900. 

Conductor, Jacob S Allen, 60^ days at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.40 : Chas Ourkee 40f, James Eldridge 17',, Newton Wyman 50 . . 
Labourers, days at $1.25: Geo W Bain 6§, Hubert Cossan 9. Philip Doty 24.^, Wentworth 

Hersey 12f, Geo Piper 44;, J R Sanders 4^, Miner Wet more 9 

With team, days at $2.25 : David W Coning 25f, J Eldridge 4|, N Wyman 2 

Crowell S A & Co : $ and £-in ref iron, 2,972 lbs at 3c ; £-in clinch rings, f>.~>! lbs at 12c ; 7-in 

spikes, 2 kegs at $3 . 35 ; sundries $6 . 48 ". 

Carried forward 



$ cte. 
12,097 30 



122 94 


88 59 


19 20 


39 20 


166 00 


12 75 


241 40 


30 00 


15 82 


11 18 


10 50 


41 49 


29 15 


238 50 



869 38 



14,110 40 



79 37 
15 00 



205 10 



83 10 

45 75 

56 47 

8 25 

499 75 


992 79 



72 00 



248 00 
39 75 

260 00 

58 00 

7 94 

10 65 



696 34 



121 00 

104 15 

88 75 
72 00 

110 20 

556 10 



V-160 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Beaver River : Wharf Repairs — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Doty, Philip : bolts, heads and points, 2,950 lbs at 65c per cwt ; sundry smithwork $1.60 

Round spruce logs, 6 to 12-in dia at top, 1,530 ft at 4c, 1,945 at 3c. 340 at 2^c, 326 at 2c ; 25-ft 
poles, 85 at 25c ; paid as follows : Joshua Crosby .$19.02 ; Lyman Crosby $47.80 ; Gulli- 
son Bros $12.16 ; C F O'Brien $67.16 ; Elias H Porter $4.74 ; Fredk Wetmore $4.94 



Total, carried to page V- 



Belliveau's Cove, N.S. : Repairs to Breakwater. 

Conductor, Einilien Belliveau, Sept 9-Nov 30 1900, 55^ d at $2 

Foreman, Chas Belliveau, 47^ d at $1.50 ; blacksmith, Marin Belliveau, 24^ d at $1.50 
Labourers, days at $1 : Aube, Thos 29* ; Blinn, L 30*, Phil 18* ; Belliveau, Alb 16± ; Comeau, 
Aug 12f, Aug R 27, Benj M 19£, Hilaire R 31, Ls L 17f, Phil H 18*, Polycarp 17|, Sif 
froi L Hi£, Siffroi M 12f, Wm 12J ; Dionne, Hy 23| ; Doucett, Adol 36*, Chas H 



m, 

Edie 
Hill 



iroi u l'J^f, oiiirui ivi 1^4;, vv 111 ±^ ; l/iuihib, ny ^05 ; j^uliu^ul, auw ou^, wiims j 

Delille 14|, Joshua 18. Leo 16|; Dugas, Didier 161; Gaudet, Alph 15J, Chas J 35| 
16|, Jos J 15|, Olivier 16£, Theodore 18|, Theophile 17J, Thos 16£, Timothy 15| 
Aug 15| ; LeBlanc, Albernie 16, Ambrose G 17f ; McCauley, Wallace 16| ; Soucie, 
Delphis 16| ; Theriault, Aug M 16*, Jos 19£ ; 14 payments under $10, $70.75 

Carpenter, Gabriel Saulnier, 27^ d at $1 . 25 

Carters, days at $2 : Belliveau, Jos M 20^ ; Comeau, Eloi 12| ; Dugas, John S 13 ; Gaudet, 
Saturien 5 ; LeBlanc, Ambrose G 6*, Frank \ ; Soucie, Jos 25^ ; Theriault, Simon 13, 
Valery 11* 

Belliveau, Benj : iron, 3910 lbs at $2.75 ; spruce fenders, 2563 ft at 2c; ballast poles, 1800 ft 
at lfc, 510 ft at l^c ; 10 to 12-in hemlock timber, 120 ft at 5c ; spruce plank, 421 ft at $7 
a M ; sundry hardware, $16 .72 

Comeau, Remie : hemlock plank, 5050 ft at $6 a M 

Melancon, Aug D : 6 to 8-in. ballast poles, 2131 at l^c 

8 to 10-in spruce fenders, 2418 ft at 3c, paid as follows: Belliveau, Jos A $17.70; Gaudet, 
Desire $17 . 16, Jos J $3 . 06, Peter L $9 . 60 ; LeBlanc, John L $25 . 02 

10 to 12-in hemlock timber, 7759 ft at 5c, paid as follows: Belliveau, Chas $4.70, Jos N 
$39.85, Pius $7.45; Blinn, Peter $50.35; Comeau, Franklin $16.10, Valentine 
Doucett. Anselm L $15.25, Aug L $42, Chas H $7.20, Peter L $47.30; Dugas, John S 
$6.50; Gaudet, Alphonse $19.60, Saturien A $8.35, Oliver $15.95, Theophile J $4.10; 
Holden, John $35.10; LeBlanc, Albime $5.95, Ambrose G $8.35, Edmund $1.40; 
Theriault, Aug G $10 . 60, Simon $31 . 15, Valery $7 . 90 

Total, carried to page V — 5 , 



Black Rock, Victoria Co. : Boat Harbour. 

Foreman, D B McLeod, Sept 14-Oct 8, 1899, 189 d at $2 

Labourers, days at $1 : Matheson, Angus 11 '9, John (B C) 10'9, Norman K 10'9 ; McDonald, 
Angus N 14 9, John X 17 '65, Murdoch, 10 5, Rory A 17 4 ; Mclnnis, D J 15 '4, John 
1815, Neil J11'65; Smith, Colin 17'4; Urquhart, Alex 184, Dan 18-15, John 18" 4, 
Malcolm 18 ' 4, Neil 12, Thos 18 ' 15 ; 31 payments under $10, $154 .10 , 

Labourers, days at 80c : Matheson, Dan A4'9, Dan M 94, Murdoch D 29 

Single teams, days at $1 : Urquhart, Malcolm li£, Neil 5| 

Thompson, A C & Co : clay picks, 1 doz at $6 ; best R M shovels, 1 doz at $9 ; 1 keg blasting 
powder $3.25: sundries, $4.82 

Sundry payments : freight, 60c ; landing materials, 50c ; smithwork, $2 . 15 ; 50 ft fuse, 45c ; 
postage, 7c ........ 

Total, carried to page V — 5 

Blue Rock Breakwater, Antigonish Co., N.S. : June 11-21, 1900. 

Breen, Augustus, foreman 9| d at $2 

Breen, Frank : labour l£ d at $1 . 25, horse 5£ d at $1 . 50, team 1 d at $3 : 

Chisholm, Danl : iron, 85 lbs at 3|c ; cutting and pointing, 439 bolts at 3c 

Corbett, John E : 10 x 12-in spruce, 3580 ft at $12 ; 6-in spruce plank, 3200 ft at $12 ; 4-in 

hemlock plank, 3000 ft at $11 ; hauling from Tracadie to Breakwater, 9780 ft at $2.65.. . . 

Decost, Jeffrey, team 5 d at $3 ; Decost, Lucien, team 4| d at $3 

Irwin, Thos : carpenter 3 d at $1 . 50, team 2 d at $3 

Kinney, Wm, privilege of taking stone off land 

Kirk, D J : band iron 809 lbs at 3c, spikes 100 lbs at 4c, 4 augers $2.80 

29 items under $10 each : labourers 74^ d at $1 . 25, teams 7 d at $3, horses 5 d at $1 . 50, car 

penter 2 d at $1.50, freight $1.04 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



$ cts 


556 10 


20 78 


155 82 


732 70 



111 00 
107 62 



780 00 
34 06 



216 00 



223 60 

30 30 

31 97 

72 54 



387 95 



1,995 04 



37 80 



414 35 

13 76 

7 25 


23 07 


3 77 


500 00 


19 00 
13 12 
16 18 


140 27 

28 50 

10 50 

7 00 

31 07 


125 64 


391 28 



. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-161 



Brooklyn, N.8., Wtaarf: April 2- June 30, 1900. 

Conductor, James MeLeod, 64 d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Alex Godfrey 20 ; Augustus MeLeod 11*4; Godfrey MeLeod 3*9; 

Enos MeLeod :i0-4 ; Ernest MeLeod 42 ; Herbert Smith 32"59 

Carpenter, Spencer Godfrey 22 d at $1 . 10 ; borer, R H MeLeod, L6i d a; $] .25 

Teamster, S Godfrey, 2dat $1.50; hauling ballast, Nath. Smith, 12'. d al $3 

Hauling ballast. \c, days at $2 : Willougby Dexter 13*7 ; Reuben Jennings, 8*6 

Boating ballast, days at $1.50: Edward Chandler, 10'0; Hiram Crooks, 7 ; Edwin Dexter, 

loii ; l'aiish Godfrey, 97; Thos Godfrey, 91; Jas H Smith, 9.\ 

Boating ballast, days at $1.25: L Dexter, 7f; Milner Godfrey o,^ ; Franklin Mouzar, s 1 ; 

Wells Smith, 3," 

Boating ballast, days at $1: David Dexter 6*6; Frank Dexter 2h ; W Dexter 5; H 

Richardson 2 

Labourers, davs at $1.20 : Edw'd F Gardner 39^ ; Spencer Godfrey 17 ; / ; Calvin Harrington 

21; Thos Harrington 20; Jas. A MeLeod 31| ; M MeLeod 46; Alexis Smith 10 2 ; 

1 [enry Wharton 14| 

Coops. J ( r & Sons : Logs, 25 to 39 ft long, 136 at SI. 50, 103 at $1.15, 12 at 90c ; 10 x 12 hem- 
lock plank, 19,530 ft at $7 .75 per M ; spruce lumber, 2,288 ft at $10 per M 

Gardner, J : logs, 28 to 35 ft long, 15 at $1.50, 10 at $1.15 

Meisener, Albert, spruce logs, 22 to 39 ft long, 16 at $1.50, 28 at $1.15, 11 at 90c 

McCleam, Geo S : §-in. iron 1,012 lbs at 3c ; 1 auger, 65c 

MeLeod, James A : use of 2 floating stages, 10 days each at 40c ; use of skiff, $3 ; ballast, 125 

I" tat loads at 4c ; carting gravel, 60 loads at 7c 

Nickerson, Thomas, logs, 50 at $1.50 ; 10 at $1.15 

Robertson, Win & Son : § rd iron, 1,000 lbs at $2.65 per 100 lbs ; nuts and bolts, $9 

Robertson, Wm : rd iron. 200 lbs at $2.70, 4,900 lbs at $2.65 ; wire spikes, 3 kegs at $3.80 ; 

100 lbs | clinch rings, $14.50 

Seldon, T L & Son : saws, 2 at $1 . 50 ; rope, 29 lbs at 19c ; augers 2 at $1 

Str City of Moaticello, bar iron, spikes and washers, from Halifax to Liverpool, $4.29 

svharfage, 99c 

Taylor, Alex : making ring and screw bolts, 450 lbs at 3c ; cutting and pointing bolts, 1,550 

lbs at 2c ; sundries, $3 . 59 

Queen's Printer's account 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



Brule Wharf, Repairs: March 1-Jnne 21, 1900. 



Foreman, Alex. Craig, 61 d at $2 ; carpenter, Isaac Dunn. 271 d at $1 .50 

Carters, d. James Chisholm 2 ; John Cole 2 ; Alfred Forbes 1 ; rTTorbes 2 ; John 

Forbes 1 ; Mark Forbes 1; John Fraser 1 ; Wm Ives 3.', ; Gordon Mingo h; Jas A 
Mingo 1 ; John H Mingo 1 ; Wm Mingo 1 ; Capt. W. Mockler h ; Philip McCarthy lh ; 
J R McLandress 1 ; John J MeLeod Sh ; John Seven 2 ; Arch. Stevenson 1 ; J W 

Stevens ml; Oli ver Stevenson 1 

Labourers, davs at $1.20 : Brown, JD1|; Carruthers, H 3 ; Chambers, E 6| ; Chisholm. J 

J 37i ; Dunn, Geo 15£ ; Forbes, Barton 7, David 6, Hector 64, Howard 4, 

John 15f, Mark 4, S 7 ; Fraser, D 8, Geo 3| ; Ives, W 94 ; Jollymore, W 8^ ; Kennedy, 

V 124 : Langille, Jas H, L 1£ ; Mingo, Ed 3, Gordon 4, J A 4f, John H 4f, L 5J, Wm 

fcfockler, W \ ; McConnell, Thos 8J ; Mcintosh, J 17| ; McKay, T 4 ; McKinnon. 

A 4 ; MeLeod, J J 112 ; Stevenson, J W 4f, John 1, Oliver 4| : Wait, W 6| 

Labourers, days at $1 : James Craig 32 ; Alfred Forbes 4h ; Alex. Fraser 6 ; Arthur Mc- 
Landress i ; James Spellman 3 ; J W Stevenson 5 

Labourer, D Forbes, 1\ d at $1 . 10 ; teamster, James Craig, 7 d at $1 , 

. Daniel: spruce, scantling, 500 ft at 6c; 100 ft logs at 5c; hemlock logs, 225 ft 



McKay, John T : iron bolts, sharpened &c, 186 at 5c each, 402 bolts at 2.\c 

McLandress, < J-eorge : stone ballast, 80 tens at 10c ; sundry smithwork and hardware, $7.63. 
MeLeod, J W & Co: iron, 2,525 lbs at 3c; spikes, 5 kegs at $3.80; sundry hardware,! 

!'.' \ 

Hemlock lumber : logs, 10 in at top, 3,562 ft at 5c ; plank 3 in thick, 16,903 ft at $8, paid as 
follows :— Alex Baillie, $25 ; Geo. Baillie, $130.83 ; John Ferguson, $26.45 ; John Mur-J 

ray. $26 . 30 ; Peter McKay, $72 . 74 ; John Sutherland, $32 

Small payments •. stone ballast, 120 ton at 10c ; hardware, $4 ; lumber, $2 



$ cts 


108 00 


255 13 

50 ie 

40 50 
44 60 


si 29 


36 i:; 


16 10 



191 16 

507 49 

34 00 
66 10 
31 01 

20 20 
86 50 

35 50 

158 15 
10 50 

5 28 

48 09 

6 98 



1,836 47 



163 24 



57 00 



301 20 

51 50 
15 25 

44 00 
19 35 
15 63 

99 24 



313 32 

18 00 



Total, carried to page V — 4. 



1,007 73 



Canada Creek : Repairs to Breakwater, Oct.-Dec., 1899. 

Burgess, Wm J : conductor, 2A\ d at $2 : freight, $3.22 ; postage, 24c . . 

Ft reman, Jourdan Bowlby, 24A d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1 .25 : Sol Bowlby 2. Alphonse Stillwell 23 

Ship carpenter, davs at $1.25 : Thos Parker 17.', , 



1 — llv 



Carried forward 



52 \s 

49 00 
31 25 

154 58 



V-162 



AUDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Canada Creel* : Repairs to Breakwater — Concluded. 



Brought forward . 



Labourers, davs at $1.25 : E Barkhouse 4i, John Colman 21, Henry Dickie 15, Jothan Gould 

1, Jas Lynch 4£, H Rawding 7i, Wm'Thomas 2J, Wm Wells 1, Forman White 2 

Carters, days at $3 : Eber Barkhouse 1^, Edson Bowlby 15| 



Bell A M & Co : refd iron, 1,000 lbs of f-in at 2^c, 302 of f-in at 2 '7c, 523 of 1-in at 2^c ; 
1-in com iron, 510 lbs at $2.(55 ; auger, 85c ; truckage, 75c 

Bowlby, Edson : trucking iron, 3 loads at $2 ; cutting and hauling brush, 12 loads, $6 

Bowlby, Jourdan : rd spruce logs, 3,329 ft at 4c, 1,450 ft at 3c. 

Burgess, W B : sundry hardware 

Round spruce logs, 289 ft at 4c, 1,971 at 3c ; sundry small items, $3.25 ; paid as follows : — 
Henry Dickie $6.26, Thos Parker $13.20, H Rawding $3.77, Saml Sarsfield $30.55, Jos 
Spices $3.75, Alphonse Still well $16.41 

Detailed in 1898-9 charged to 1899-1900 (page Q— 110 of 1898-9) 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Cape Cove Brake water Digfoy Co., N.S. : June 4 to 30, 1900 

Conductor, Chs T Leblanc, 23 d at $2 ; carpenter, Ambr Deveau, 20£ d at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 ; Saml Doucet 7£, Arcange Gedry 9§, Moise Mailette 14^, Gervas 
Robicheau 9^f 

Workmen, days at $1.25 : Comeau, Albe 3, Eude, 5 E M 8|, Sylvenie 7f ; Deveau, Edm L 
2|, Sylgenie 8 ; Eranton, Mark 3 ; Gedry, Leonore 3 ; Leblanc, Ambr T 13|, John \\ 
Jos A 2h ; Mailette, Alcide 10J, Isidore 7, John 7, Mark 3f, Nicolas 4f , Saml \\\ ; Tra- 
han, Armica 18^, Nicolas 1 

Teams, days at $1.25 Mark Frankton 4, Ambr T. Leblanc 13f, John Leblanc 4| 

Deveau-Raymond : bar iron, 2020 lbs at 3c ; rope 44 lbs at 20c, hardware $5.71 

Hard logs, 938 of 10-in top at 5c, 701 ft of 9-in top at 4c ; spruce logs, 2176 ft of 10-in top 
at 5c, 25 ft of 4-in top at 4c, 1755 ft of 0-in top at 2c, total $227.29 ; paid to : Comeau, 
Alphee$8.98, Morin $12.79, Mike $14.35; Deveau, Raymond $119.05 ; Gedry, Jas $8 ; 
Leblanc, Benj $22.70, Chs P L $12.22, Flavien $8.60, Jos $14.60; Mailette, Moses P 
$4.50 ; Thibideau, Morice $1.50 



Total carried to page V— 4 . 



Chebogue River Town Point: Wharf: Repairs— March 27-Jnne 19, 1900. 

Foreman, F. G Cook, 31i d at $2 ; foreman carpenter, J W Wyman, 16 d at $2.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.75"; Vital Mense ISi ; John Porter 19 ; M Surette 18^ ; James Whit- 



man 6 . 



Labourers, days at $1.25 ; S A Cook, 1 ; Wm Fen ton 8 ; S Hilton, 5 : Isaac Huskins 7, Wm 
Porter 1^ ; S B Ricker 2 ; Herbert Smith 5 

Labourers, days at $1 ; George Clements 3 ; Joseph Cook 3; M. Cook, 2 ; Winnifred Robin- 
son b\ . 

Labourer," A Crosby, 4i d at $1.50 ; stone-mason, James Scovil, 6i d at $2 

Carters : S A Cook, 4 d at $3 ; James Whitman, 11 d at $1.75 ; Frank Surette, 16 d at $1.50. 

Carters, days at $2 50 : Arthur Handy 1 ; James Killam \\ ; Jeff Killam 1 ; William Pink- 



ney 



14* 



Carters, days at $2.25 : John Ha!ey 9 ; Arthur Handy 1^ ; Augustus Hilton 4 

Carters, days at $2 : Freeman Cook 2|, Munroe Cook 3 

Baker, L E & Co, use of spile driver, falls, blocks, etc 

Coffin, W W : 96 spiles, 1,920 ft at 5c ; 10 hard wood sticks, 75c ' 

Cook, S A : carting deals and timber, $7.71 ; hauling spiles out of water, $2.75 ; use of rope, 

•S2 ; 1 stone drag, $2.75 

Crowell, S A & Co : ref iron, 518 lbs at 3c; wire spikes, 2 kegs at $3.85; paint, 3 galls at 

$1.50 sundry hardware, $4.30 

Sanders, D A : deals and timber, 18,297 ft at $12.50 ; boards, $1.25 

Cartage of deals and timber, 6 men, 14,600 ft at $2 

Sundry outlay $8.25 ; hardware $9.50 ; dyanamite 80c ; use of cramps $5 

Total carried to page V— 4 



Cheggogin. N.S.: Extension to Breakwater, Nov-June. 

Foreman, Geo M Cushing, Nov-Dec, Mch-June, 3415 d at $2 

Sub-conductor, John W Bain, 1 d in Jany at $2 : scraper, Benj Churchill, 5 h at 15c 

Labourers, 12/,, cl at $1.75, 50& d at $1.25, Uj% d at $1, 13| d at 75c, 1,3544 h at 12Ac ; oxen, 
3221 h-at I2hc; paid as follows :— Bain, Harry $5.10, Israel $16.78, Israel L $6.50, Jas 
$17.56, .las E $6.50, J L $8.50, Reg $8.22, Robt $11.43, Robt H $6.90, Wm $9.30, W M 1 
»; Bell, Albert $5.75; Bethune, Wm $17.29; Birllerwell, Anthony $16.16 ; Cann, 
Edward $11.22; Churchill, J L $27.55; Cushing, Edw $15.74, Frank $19.99, Geo T $22.08;l 
Foote, Isaac $17.11, Jas $11.40 ; Morrell, Chas $10.37 ; 13 payments under $5, $40.25.. . . 

Crowell, S A : £-in refd iron, 492 lbs at 2\S5c, 183 lbs at 3c ; making 183 lbs dumps, $3.66; 
sundries, $3.45 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
154 58 



73 34 
51 75 

61 35 

12 00 

176 66 

4 26 



73 94 

469 05 

1,076 93 



81 44 
51 56 



160 93 

27 81 
75 11 



227 29 
624 14 



105 00 

108 49 

36 87 



13 50 
19 75 
55 25 

45 00 
32 62 
11 00 
10 00 
9G 75 

15 21 

32 04 

229 96 

29 20 

23 55 



8G4 19 



63 30 
2 75 



316 95 

26 62 



414 62 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-163 



Cliejiiioiiin, n.s. : Extension to Breakwater— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Kinney-Haley Mfg Oo: I in spruce leals, 1,400 ft at $9; 6 in spruce, 588 ft at $11. 

Spinny, E K : $ in iron, 630 lbs at 2"7c 

7-i spruce Logs, 2166 fl al i,v, 242 fl at t ! ,<-. 635 ft at lc'; 8 in i spruce poles, '68* a^lfo:' paid as 
follows: Bain, Robt $10.89; Oann, Edw $8.20; Cushing, Edw $12.04: Rhyno, Albert 
s2ii.ii; ; \\ inters, Angus $21.70, Oolman $29.35, Elmer $9.54, Jacob si), Judson $23.15 

Small payments : rope, 10 lbs at 17c ; hardware, 50c.; spruce, 120 ft ;it $10 

Total, carried to page V — 4 

Chetlcamp: Repairs to Wliarf. 

Foreman, Chs F Chiasson 50 d at $2 ; carp, and pile driver, Chas Douott 46* d at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Verrant Bourgeois, 4(>.<, ; Wm Deveaux, 25 ; Dennis Flemming, 
12.',; Lazare L Blanc, 3 ; H Poirier, 20 ~ 

Blacksmith, Laurent ( hiassoa 14' d at i$L75 

Labourers : Anselm Aucoin, 16 d at $1.25 ; Lubin J Aucoin, 34$ d at $i.25 ; Chas Bondreau, 
15$ d at $1.25; Didace Boudreau, 18 d at $1.25 ; David Bourgeois, 24 d at $1.25, 5 d at 
SI; Lubain Chiasson, 25 d at $1.25, 7 d at $1 ; Simeon Chiasson, 7', d at $1.25, 1 d at si • 
Ucis Chiasson, 25 d at $1.25 : Fred Deveaux, 24 d at $1.25, 5 d at $1 ; Raphael Deveaux' 
17 d at si. 25, 17A d at 81 ; Luke Le Fort, 10 d at $1.25, Wh d at $1 ; Paul Le Lievre L0 
d at si. 25, 17' d al $1 ; ('has Muise, 24 d at $1.25, 2h d at $1 : H Poirier 17', d at si • 
Wm Poirier, VA d at $1.25 ; Pepin Rouch, 2') d at $1.25 ; 6 payments under $7, $17.25 

Carters : C E Chiasson, :>, d at 81.50 ; John L Chiasson, 2 d at $1.50 ; Arsene Doucett 5 d at 
$2 ; P L Timmons, 8 d at $2 

Bellefontaine, Simon: creosoted timber 22 ft long, 14 in at butt, 44 lin ft at 25c; "man ilia 
ropp, 110 lbs at 15c ; rent of truck, $5 ; sundries, 81. 70. 

Chiasson. Laurent : nuts and washers, 100 sets at 4c ; iron for bolts &c, 100 lbs at 3c! .... 

Transport of pile driver and hammer frame, double teams, days at $3 : Dan Cormier, 2 : Jos 
Le Blanc 2 

Sin dl payments : 2 pes 16 ft spruce, $3.84 ; rent of winch YoV hammer," Sep and Oct,' $3. ..." '. 

Total carried to page V — 5 



Clieverie: Wliarf Repairs, Sept. 25-TVov. 11, 1899. 



Conductor, Sand Clark : 39 k d at $2 ; horsehire, fares &c $2.97 

Foreman, Hiel Wilcon, 30 d at $1.90 

Carpenters, days at $1.40: Armstrong, Isaiah 27*; Brown, Chas T) 27J, Chas E ! 294; Glenn 

Frank 33} ; Lyman, Jas O 28| ; Starrett, Egbert Mh ; Weatherbee, Jho 33i ; Wilcon 

Jno T 25 

Labourers, days at Si. 25 : Crowell, Ab 2 ; Glenn, Wm 3*;' Wdcon, KobtM 18. . .'. 

L sourer, days ar sj \\ satheibee Ch -is 17| 

Carters, days at si.;;,; Glenn, Win 2; Harvie. John B 10.', ; John L 4} ; Wilcon, 'Root Mr", 

Tow Boat & Ferry Co, freight $1.30 ; Tully, Thos, smithwork |511.97 

Dimock & Armstrong: § rd iron, 1945 lbs at 26c; wrot spikes, 504 lbs at 4c; sundry 

hardware $10.90 

Glenn, Frank : 8 to 10 in spruce logs, 20 to 40 ft long, 4312 ft at $7'; 10 x 12 in spruce timber 

25 to 31 ft long, 2380 ft at $12 ; (i to 8 in spruce sticks, 24 ft long, 202 at 30c. 
Smith, Lewis M, spruce : L0 x 12 in sticks, 2400 ft at s7 . timber, 2569 ft at $7. I 

36 ft sticks, 6 I top, 131 at 45c ; 2 sticks, $2.50 

John : 14 to 28 ft spruce logs, 8 to 13 in centre, 1886 ft at 87. . . 



| eta. 


414 02 


1!) 06 
17 01 


150 03 
3 40 


604 12 



)tal, carried to page V — I 



Chlpman's Brook : Breakwater Repairs : May 4 -Tune 16, 1900. 

in. •! R Nevills, 34 d it $2 ; conductor, Jos \ Kinsman, 2516d at $2..... 

Misner 2L35; Jos. Misner 16 ; Jas Sullivan 9 "8. 
25: James Arnold :'.',: John Arnold 226; Wm Arnold 189 ; K 
Gruno2; James Hou John Kanaby 4 ; Johi by 26J ; 

larence Misner 5^ ; Edward Mistier, 17', ; Thos 
ford 3 : M Si. 



r, Gordon Misner 13 ' 3 days at S3 

Arnold, John : iron 1 gal fish oil, 40c . ' . 

Dodge & Dennison Co: ref. iron, 5.025 lbs at 3c; bolts, 41 1 lbs at 5 

4 Thompson augers, 51.75; 1 12 in. dbl pal bloc] L single 

brings, $4.50; rope, 60 lbs at 22£c ; sundries, - ight on iron, 

. John, ballast, 15 ton R Nevills, files, 2 at 18c.! ........../.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'. 

Thorpe, Henry: hauling iron, I trips al $3; cutting and sharpening bolts, 2tonsai $i6 



1—1 Uv 



Carried forward 



181 38 



160 50 
77 88 



464 11 

33 50 

34 20 

7 00 

12 00 
6 84 



977 41 



81 97 
57 00 



334 25 
28 75 
17 25 
50 75 
13 27 

84 03 

119 34 

L03 n; 
L3 20 



903 27 



118 32 

7') 72 



184 96 
39 9 > 



4 11 
32 00 



704 99 



V-164 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Cliipman's Brook: Breakwater Repairs — Concluded. 

Brought forward 



Spruce logs : 9 in dia. 5,066 ft. at 4c ; 687 ft at 3c ; 5 in dia. 2,871 ft. at 2*c ; paid as follows: — 
Jas Arnold $71.40 ; Jordon Bowlby $36.03 ; Jeremiah Foote $30 . 24"; John Foote $2.80 ; 
Milledge Gould $29.01 ; James Misner $21.76 ; Jos Misner $10.24 ; Allen Pineo $19.59 ; 
Daniel Sarsfield $36.62 ; Samuel Sarsfield, $2.92 ; James Sullivan $18 ; Burpee Thorpe 
$16.40 



Total, carried to page V- 



Cliurcli Point, N.S. To rebuild and repair cribwork broken and displaced 
by lieavy seas— June 1-30, 1900. 

Conductor, Louis A Melanson, 25 d at $2 

Carpenter, Vital Thibodeau, 25 d at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 25 : L Belliveau 13f , J A Comeau 14|, Wm J LeBlanc 21, J B 

Thibodeau 'Hi J J Thibodeau 22 

Labourers, days at $1 : J A Boudreau lOf , L C Boadreau 14^, J C Comeau 15^, J Comeau 16, 

W C Thibeau 14*, W. F Thibeau 16|, D Thibodeau 17 ; 17 labourers, each less than 8 

days, in all 86| days. 

Carter, T Belliveau, 6 d at $2 ; 5 carters, each less than 5 days, 16| d at $2 

LeBlanc, Cyriac & Co, spruce and hardwood plank, 2862 ft at $10. 

Melanson & Bun-ill : iron, 1876 lbs at 3c ; spruce plank, 1116 ft at $10 ; spikes, 1 keg $4, 63 

lbs at 4c ; chain, 137 lbs at 6c ; sundry hardware $7.51 



McLaughlin, John : 1 spruce log, 63 ft at 7*c ; 36 ft spruce plank 36c ; 1 bble coal $1 

Spruce logs, 6 to 12 in at top, 1757 1 ft at l£c, 92 at 2c, 592 at 3^, 336 at 4c, 88 at 4*c, 363 at 
5c, 151 at 5|c, 166 at 5*c, 121 at 7c ; spruce spiles, 6 in top, 1202 1 ft at l*c ; paid as fol- 
lows : A B Belliveau $13 44 ; J. B Belliveau $12.45 ; T Belliveau $7.92; B Boudreau 
$28.19 ; J J Dugas $10.31 ; J C Thibeau $11.78 ; J I Thibeau $10.27 ; VV C Thibeau 
$18.15 ; F P Thibodeau $10.04 ; V Thibodeau $3.96 



Total, carried to page V- 



Clarks Harbor, N.8. : Breakwater, May 3- June 30, 1900. 

Foreman, Eph Atkinson 49 d at $2.25 ; conductor,- Smith A Nickerson 36* d at $2 

Carpenters : Thos W Covert, 15 d at $2 ; Albert Kenny 6 d at $1.50 ; N Nickerson, 14 d al 
$1.50; Stephen Nickerson, 14* d at $1.50 

Caulkers, days at $2 : Neh. Doane 2, W H Smith 2 

Laborers, days at $1.25: Blades, Whitman 16; Crooks, Geo W 12*, Wm 13; Daly, Geo 
21| ; Gardner, David 17£ ; Kenny, Alfred 14, Chas 9, Henry 2l|, John W 19A, Jos 9*, 
Minard 16, Stanford 1*4, Thos 15 : Lowe, John 26 ; Messenger, S 23 ; Morrissey, 
Delbert 10, Saml 15* ; Murphy, Chas jr 8, Chas 34, Frank !) ; McKenx.ie, John 19 ; 
McKinnon, Arthur 15 ; Newell, Andrew 19*, Crowell 16, Edgar 21£, Eldridge 13*, 
Erwin 20, Jas E 13^, Jas H 15*, John 15, Moses 20J, Stowelll6*, Wm H 16* ; Nickerson, 
Alex 13*, Alfred S 13, Allen 23, Anthony 11, Arthur 22J, Chas 84, Collins 19, Cyrus 30A, 
Fred 20*, Freeman 16, Geo 20*, Gordon 15, John 13, Joshua 15, Levi 24*, Lyman 13*, 
McCallum 15|, Peter 22, Seth H 31, Seth jr 10, Thos P 20, Vincent 24, Vincent jr 15* ; 
Pennev, Reuben 10, Saml 9; Rennehan, Isaac 21, Richd 30, Wm 24 ; Smith, Arthur 30, 
Geo 19fc Geo H 15, Hartley 26, John 17, Sand 20, Stillman 26, Vincent 21*: ; Swim, C 
9 ; Symonds, Thos 20* ; Trot, Jos 26* ; 19 small payments, $101.62 

Messenger, Jeremiah Nickerson, 10 d at 50c 

With yoke of oxen : Wm Calleshaw, 30£ d at $2.50 ; Phillip Jones, 19^ d at $2.75 ; H Nelson 
Newell, 10^ d at $2.75 ; Wm C Nickerson, 9 d at $2.75 

Brannen, Jerry : hire of scow, May 22 June 30 1900 

Brannen, John H : 21 drags made & repaired, $42.35 ; sharpening 221 drills, $10.65 ; sundry 
smithwork $9.48 

Cape Sable Packing Co : 3 in. rope, 46 lbs at 19c ; 2 in. plank, 365 ft at $14 ; sundries, $3.84. 

Covert, Thos W, outlay : lumber, $35.36 ; hardware, $13.99 ; freight, $3.75 ; horsehire &c, $2.50. 

Crowell, Thos C : steel, 337 lbs at 25c ; sharpening drills, 742 at 5c ; large drills, 186* lbs at 
20c ; sundries $48.49 

Kenny, Jas : plank 1075 ft. at $12, 300 ft. of second hand at $10 ; logs 300 ft. at 3c 

McKay, Jole & J A : spruce logs, 9 in. small end, 1498 lin ft at 6c 

Nickerson, M G & Co : 2191 ft. hem plank, $27.83 ; dynamite, 50 lbs for $19, 650 lbs at 40c ; 
detonators 1700 for $20.30, 1 box at $1.17 ; 12 drill hammers, $7.85 ; rope, 67 lbs at 20c ; 
1327 ft. fuse, $22.55; spikes,_49*_ lbs at 4c; 2 stone hammers, $2.62; horsehire, $2.70; 
chain, 17 lbs at 4|c ; 3 lbs nails, 15c 

Robertson, A C : iron work for scow 

5 small payments : hem plank, 308 ft. at $14 ; spruce, 18 pes at 35c ; sundry lumber, $4 ; 
winch, $4 ; truckage & horsehire, $4.20; telegrams, $1.10 ; freight, $1 .93 

Less : charged to 1900-1901 

Total, carried to page V — 5 ... , 



$ cts. 
704 99 



295 01 



1,000 00 



50 00 

43 75 

I 

103 42 



190 75 

45 50 
28 62 

89 69 
6 07 



126 51 



684 31 


183 25 

M 1 MI 

81 75 J 
8 00 



1,717 87 



5 00 


182 86 
20 00 


62 48 
17 69 
55 60 


217 14 

24 90 
89 88 


380 32 
10 06 


25,84 


3,082 64 
6 00 



3,076 64 



run L1C WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-165 



< ofliii'M^lMluml : Repairs and Extension of Beach Protection* 



Foreman, Edward < 'handler, L6 <1 at $2 

Laborers, days a1 $1.26; Edwin Colp 15; Thos Colp L2A; James Conrad I"!; Jacob 

ir L2£ ; Aaron Frelick 15; Charles Frelick 14; Clifford Frelick9; George Frelick 

.1: Albert Garharl 15; John A Pentz 11; Alex Wharton 11'; Amos Wharton 7',: 

Aretas Wentzell 10^ ~ 

, . A Wentzell, 2 d al $3 

Colp, Thomas, stringer wood, 50 pieces at 22c 

McCleary, Geo S : 3 in rope, 60 lbs at 17c; blasting powder, $4.65; iron, 133 lbs at 3c; 
spikes, washers &c, $4.38 

Total, carried to page V 5 

Cow Bay Breakwater: Hay ~ June 30, 1900. 

Foreman, D McAulay, 18 d at $3; wharfman, Chas Ferguson, 22 d. at $1.50 

Wharfmen, days at $] 10: C l> McAulay 25£, Hugh McCuish HU ; Archie McVicar25 ; John 
ingl6| . 

Wharfmen, diivs at *1 .:'() : C J) McAulay 10; Alex McDonald 13 ; Alex. NcNeil 43.', ; Archie 
McVicar 18 ; Joseph Orr 2 ; C E Rees 41^ 

Mason, John McAulay, 8£ d at $2 ; carpenter, John Peach, 3 d at $1.30 

Labourers, days at $1.25: John Crosby 19 ; D Ferguson 12; Humbert Giovanetti 14f ; Rod- 
erick Morrison L6i ; Rory Morrison 16; Arthur McAulay 40 .j ■: John A McAulay 30 ; J 
McAulay 20J ; Alex McDonald 8f; Angus Mclnnes 314; John McLennan 15; Alex- 
Nicholson 35| ; Alex Nisbit 30£; David Peppett 1 ; Charles Sheppard 42; Donald 
Smith 6 

Labourer, Robert Martell 21^ d at at 60c 

Teamsters, days at $2: Almon Dickson, 2§; H. Giovannette, Ah; Gordon McAulay, 29f; 
John McAulay 25£ ; Joseph Orr, 2£ 

Laundry, Simon E: 3-in. x 4-in. hemlock deal, 50,185 ft. at $12; Portland cement, 
300'brN at $3 05 ; gravel, 440 brls at 15c; ballast poles, 200 at 20c ; 7-in. wrot iron spikes, 
1 1 kegs at $4.25 : augers (assorted) $8.40 ; manila, 152 lbs at 18c ; Osnaburg, 51yds at 22c, 
128 yds at 16c, I'd yds at 15c, 26^ yds at 14c ; empty bags, 200 at 10c ; sundry'hardware. 
$13.28 ' - ." .' 

Leslie, .1 A : spruce boards, 1,359 ft at $14; hardwood plank, 166 ft at 3Jc ; sand, 000 brls. 
at 10c ; gravel, 45 brls at 15c ... 

McAulay, John : § \ j£-in bolts, 1,700 lbs at 4k-; sundries, $8.65 

Mcintosh. Leander : iron bolts, 1,880 lbs at 4^c ; 7-in. spikes, 120 lbs. at 4c 

Spencei , O J : 22 ft 10 x 10 hemlock timber, 20,533 ft at $14 ; manilla rope, 9| lbs at 20c 



$ cts. 
32 00 



L97 53 

6 00 

11 00 

23 22 

209 75 



Total, carried to pag< V 



Cribbens Point ; Repairs to Wliarl, 



Conductor, Ron A Boyd, Sept. 21-30, 1899, 9 d at $2 

Bub-conductor, Dan C McNeil, 3 d at $1.50 : carpenter, Edw Dal ton, 4| d. at SI. 50 

Labourers, daysat $1 .25 : Boyd, Alex A 4, Hugh R 5, Ronald R 4 ; McAdam, Alex 4 ; Mc- 
Donald, Hugh 4; McDougald, Archie 5, John D 5; McGillivray Allan D5; Ring, 
Mike 6f ; Wallace, Dan 5 ; 20 payments under $5, §09.01 ....'. 

1 Rouble team, days at $3 : Angus Boyd 0. . . . . . . 

Single team, day- at $2 : Cameron, Hugh 1 ; McDonald, Dan D 1 ; McDougald, John D f ; 
McGillivray, John S I ; McNeil, Angus 1, Dan C 3 

Boyd, Angus D : 10 x 10 hemlock, 8 to 21 ft long, 254 ft at 12c 

Boyd, Hugh, smithwork $12.65 ; Boyd, Ron R, 10 x 10 timber, 193 ft at 12c 

Kirk. D G : iron. 537 lbs. at 3c : 1 keg powder, $3.50 ; auger bit, 90c ; fuse 80c 

Little, W W, inspecting creosoted timber, 8,789 ft B.M. at 50c; 2,203 c ft atfc 

McDougald, 1 ton, drag $3 : O'Donaghue, S, use of scraper, 1^ d at 75c. 

Ring, Thos : 5 x 8-in. \ L8 ft spruce, 180 ft at 8c; in x lu-in.x 21 ft hemlock, 21 ft at 12c. . . 



Total, carried to page V — 5 



Kast Cliezzetcook : Wharf, June 1-28, 1900. 

Foreman. Aug Colford, 23i d at $2 : carpenter, Maurice Colford, 218 d at $1.50 

Laborers, days at $1.25 : Bond, Wm 10 ; Bonin, Dam 7, Eph 6, Eph (Hd) 6, Geo 6, Isaac 6 ; 
Casey. Amos 5j, .John o\ ; Colford, Denis 5, Wm 3 ; Conrod, Abner 5, Andrew 0, Das id 6, 
Elijah 4, Jacob 0, Jas (}, dames (Grave) 0, John 4, Levi 5, Levi (John) 4, Retften 5; 
Crawford, Geo 7, James 0; Dunphy, Chas 9\ ; Julien, Chas 3; Lapierre, Wm 5\ ; 
Misener, Chas Si, John 4, Wm jr 2 ; Myett, Chas 0, John 9; Owens, .las 0; O'Brien, 
Jas 8 : Petipas, Frank 1, John H 0, Oliver 8, Reuben 3, Xavier 7 ; Redmond, Wm 6j ; 
Richards, Edw 9, Matthew 2, Wm 4 ; Youmans, Jas 5}, Thoa 6 

Boys, day- at 75c : Isaac Conrod, 9 ; Geo. Petipas, 7 

Carried forward . 



177 no 

121 LO 

177 77 
20 90 



424 33 

12 90 

129 50 



1,790 47 

91 17 

85 15 

89 40 

289 41 



3,409 10 



18 00 
11 02 



128 09 
18 00 

15 00 
30 48 
35 81 
21 31 
17 97 
4 12 
10 92 



317 92 



79 50 



318 48 
12 00 



409 98 



V-166 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900, 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



East Chezzetcook : Wharf — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Carters, days at $2 : Geo Bonin, 1^ ; Saml Braden, 9 ; Chas Conrod, 6 ; Jas Dunphy, 8J ; 

Robt Grady 5g ; Denis Smith jr, 6 ; Wm Warner, 3 

Conrod, Geo : gondola loads, 21 (74 tons) at 31 a load 

Gaetz, Andrew : 3 in spruce plank, 2,700 ft at $13 

Misener, Wm : gondola loads, 32 (108 tons) at $1 a load ; frt on iron from Halifax, $2 

Robertson, Wm & Son : iron, 033 lbs of § in bolt at 2*6c, 212 lbs of H in r fd at 2 65c, 1,775 

lbs of 1 in refd at 2*6c ; screw ends, 000 lbs at 4c ; 4 x 1 washers, 400 lbs at 3^c ; dynamite, 

25 lbs at 50c ; 7 in wire spikes, 2 kegs at $3.80 ; sundries, $23.33 

157 spruce logs 9 and 10 in, 15 to 27 ft long, 3,173 ft at 8c : Andrew Gaetz $80.08 ; Henry 

Gaetz, $60.40 ; Wm Warner, $107.36 , 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



East Ragged Island : Wharf. 

McManus Jeremiah D, contract complete $2,280, less $1,120 paid in 1898-99. Page Q 112. 
Harlow, Stephen, services as inspector, July 26 d at $2.50 ; difference in salary May and June 
46 d at 50c (see page Q 112) 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



East Traeadie, Antigonish Co. : Reconstructing Breakwater. 

Conductor, Hubert Bowie, July 3-22, Sept 5-29, 28| d at $2 

Sub-conductor, Simon Boudreau, July, lOf d at $1.50 ; Sept., 10^ d at $1.40 .' 

Carpenter, days at $1.40 : Boudreau, Chas. 8.V, John E 12i, Jos. S 10f, Simon 5 

Carpenter, Jos S Boudreau 10^ d at $1.25 ; blacksmith, SB Boudreau, 25§ d at $1.75. . . . 

Laborers, days at $1.25: Barrois, Andrew 9f ; Benoit, Frederick 23Jy, John 12h ; Borden 
Alex. 10i ; Boudreau, Alex. 13i, Ben. lOg, Chas 5, Hubert 13A, John 4i, John L 14^, Jos 
25, Peter 14^, Simon L 14J, Thomas 31 ; Bowie, Frances lOf, George 4£, Wm D 5 ; Chis- 
holm, Alphonse 5, Frank 4J ; Decoste, John 13|, Joseph 12^ ; Delory, Henry H 6^ 
Hubert 14^, Jerry 14|, Joseph 5, Michael 10^ ; Gorman, Edmund 14^; Johnston, Martin 
lOf ; Matty, Ben. lOf, Lawrence 12$ ; Myette, Isidore 5; Petipas, David 16, Hubert L6| 

Laborers, days at $1 : Boudreau, Jerry 7i, Peter 7h ; Decoste, Arthur 1\ ; Johnston Wm 1\ ; 
Peeron, Stephen 14 ; Pitts, Wm J 15| ; Petipas. Jos 2f , Peter 5| 

Double team, Chas Boudreau, 2 d at $3 : water-boy, M Breen, 26^ d at 75c. 

Kirk, D G : rd iron, 4,515 lbs at 2^c ; freight on same, $4.05 

Birch timber : 7 x 7 in, 400 ft at 8c ; paid as follows : Benoit, Frederick $3.36 ; Boudreau, 
Joseph S $5.68, Peter $6.56, Simon L $6.56; Gorman, Edmund $3.28 ; Johnston, Martin 
$3.28 ; Petipas, Hubert $3.28 



$ cts. 

409 98 



78 25 
21 00 
35 10 
34 00 



148 66 
253 84 



Total, carried to page V- 



Eatonville : Wharf Repairs, May 22- June 27, 1900. 



Conductor, Stephen R Canning, 33 d at $2.50 

In charge of dynamite, J Morton Ward, 23i d at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : W E Blenkhorn,~25i ; Jno A Field, 30^ ; Gilmour Knowlton, 27^ ; 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : Elmo Dewis, 31 ; Delile Knowlton, 31| ; Jno D Knowlton, 27 ; 
Warren Weaver, 23 ; Jas Webster, 25i . . 

Dbl team, Wm Elderkin, 6£ d at $3 ; hauling ballast, C W Elderkin, 9 d at $1.50 

Blenkhorn, WE: 2 six inch blocks, $6 ; rope, 40 lbs at 10c ; round spruce, 9-in and 8-in top, 
840 lin ft at 4c ; team. 2 d at $3 

Elderkin, A. C. & C W : 4-in spruce deals, 11876 ft $11 ; 10 x 12 spruce, 9165 ft at $10 ; 4-in 
spruce covering, sawn to order, 3000 ft at $12 ; iron, 1006 lbs of 1-in rd at 3 '25c, 2035 lbs 
of £-in com at 3 2c ; spikes, 4 kegs of 8-in wire at $4, 1 keg of 8-in wrot at $4.50 ; cutting 
and making bolts, 1660 lbs at 4c ; sharpening drills, 50 times at 10c ; bolts and washers, 
90 lbs at 4|c ; drill steel 35 lbs at 12c ; atlas powder, 20 lbs at 35c ; sundries, $3.45 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Englishtown, N. S. : Wharf. 



Little, W W, inspecting creosoted timber 

McDonald, Hugh, paid on account of contract 

Morrison, John G, inspector of work under contract, June, 21 d at $2. . . 

McAulay, Donald, inspector of work under contract, in May and June, 3 d at $2. 
Queen's Printers account, $30.16 ; advertising, $142.50 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



980 83 



1,160 00 
88 00 



1,248 00 



57 50 
30 83 
51 45 

58 18 



493 15 



67 50 

25 68 

116 93 


32 00 


933 22 


82 50 

41 13 

146 14 


207 00 
32 25 



49 60 



412 73 



971 35 



27 29 

3,490 00 

42 00 

6 00 

172 66 



3,737 95 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT . EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-167 



Gabarua Bay: Breakwater. 



Queen's Printers account. 



Gunning Cove, \. s. : New Wharf, Apl. 21- June 30, 1900. 



Foreman, John Doane, 53£ days at $2 

Carpenters, days at 81.50 : Wm II Doane47; Alfred Doane 42$ 

Labourers, days al 81.25: Thos Deinstadt 45; By Doane 35; Root Doane 9$; Reginald 

Etherington 22£ ; Wm Etherington 42*; [saac Gkmlden 2fy ; .Joshua Bdunroe 48$ 

Stone-cutters, days at $1.50: Wm Sower 38$ ; Th ngton 15 

Self and vessels ; James Banks, 114 d at 84 

>x teams and driver, Howard vanorden, 12£ days at $3 

Cox Geo A : hemlock and spruce, 1 1,506 ft at 810; logs, 8701. ft of in at 4c, 1959 of 10 in 

al IV : :; m plank, 8699 fl at 810; use of pile d iver, freight, &c, §21 ; powder, 1 keg 85 ; 

2 )k\ ies $5.50 ; L05| lbs rope at 20c ; 68* Lbs steel at 12c ; sundry hardware $13.95 

Doane, Alfred : spruce, 288 1. ft of 10 ft at f'c 75 of 9 in at 3$c ; boat hire, 85 

Doane. John: spruce, 512 1. ft of 10 5 in $10,38; drills, sharpening 194 at 3c; smithwork 

$9.60; freight $6; cutting bolts $21.48 

Doane, Robert, 35 tons ballast at 30c 

n, Thomas : spruce, 156 1. ft of 10 in at 4.\c, 173 of 9 in at 3Ac, 800 of 5 in at He. . . 

McKenna, Matt, building stone, 40 tons at 50c ..< 

Robertson, Wm : iron, 4,900 rbs at 2"65c; 200 at 27c; wire spikes, 3 kegs at $3.80 ; clinch 

rings 130 lbs at He 

Ballast, 54 8 tons at 30c 

Queen's Printer's account 

Total carried to page V— 5 

Halifax Graving Book : Subsidy. 

Halifax Graving Dock Co, Ltd, London, Eng : subsidy for year to Sept 1899, under Act 45 
Vic cap 17 (being the 10th annual payment out of 20) 



Hall's Harbour: To restore destroyed portion of Breakwater. 

Me.Manus, Jeremiah B, contract complete §3,200, less $1,730 paid in 1898-99 page Q-114. . . . 
Neville, John, services as inspector, July 1899, 26 d at $2 

Total carried to page V— 5 



Harboursville— N.S.— Oct. 23-Nov. 8, 1899: Apl. 22-July 1, 1900. 

Foreman, •' ames Parks, 55$ d. at $2.50 

Conductor, John Cook-, 76 d. at $2 • ■ ••;••■ 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Whitman Brown 44}; D. P. Chute 2; James Cook o2; W. 1. 
( look 1 1 ; [saac Coulson 29£ ; Steven Marshall 1G : \ ; J. P. Stronach 52 ; Charles Morris50| 

Carters, days at §2 : Vintons Coonan £, Henry Kennealy 7, Sam McBride 1£, Wm. Spicer ^ 

Carters, days at $2.50 : -Tames Coonan £, H. Morris |, Wm. Parker 24$ 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : W. J. Cook 21 J ; Levay Kennedy 4$ ; Wm. McNeily 5^ ; Albert 
Maliar 1 !,"„ ; Wm. More 6& ; Arley Morris 2 ; Isaac Spicer 2; John Spicer 2$ ; Parker 
Slocomb 9?- 

Labourers, days at $1.30: Fred Ayer21§; Stephen Marshall 11 H 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Jas Coonan 6 ; Frank Marshall 12$ : Parker Slocomb 21$ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Fred Avers 2; Whitman Brown 2$ ; Steven Marshall 11; Geo 
Spicer 3$ 

Balcom, Weston : iron, cutting and heading 3$ tons at $9 : smithwork $9.50 

Balcoxu, Wesley, cutting and heading 3,000 lbs iron at 45c 

Burpee, T. & K R.: 12,083 lbs iron at 2-55e, 508 at 245c ; manilla rope, 30 lbsat 18$c.; augers 
$14.40; L keg spikes $3.60 ; sundry hardware $12.37 ■•• 

Morris, Henry, hemlock plank, 4,000 ft at lc 

Parker, 1). P.": logs, 866 ft at 4c, 862 at 3c, 2,676 at 2c.; plank, 400 1 ft. at lc, 500 ft a 

Btone ballast, 133$ tons at 20c; timber 760 1ft. -S19.04 ; freight on iron, 6 tons al $2; 
sundries $11.77 

Slocomb, J B, manilla rope, 105 lbs at =57 

Spruce and hemlock logs, 6, 043 1ft at 4c, 6,675 lft at 3c; ballast flooring, 3,523 1 ft 
at 2c ; stone ballast, 996 tons at 20c ; 2,000 ft plank at $8 ; round timber, 6*3 ft of 
lOrin at 4c, 33 f t of 6-in at 3c ; paid as follows: D. P. Chute $69.29; [ngram Connors 
$55.23; -lames Co,, nan $291 : Wm. Emino $73.69; Henry Kennealy $98.39; George 
McNeily $5.46 : L Ogilvie 832.08 ; Isaac Spicer $153.90 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



$ cts. 
26 00 



107 00 


i:;i 25 


281 85 


12:. 25 


46 no 


37 50 


42! I 72 


20 59 




10 50 


25 07 


20 00 


Kin 95 


16 44 


8 03 


1,476 43 


10,000 00 



1,470 00 
52 00 



1,522 00 



138 75 
152 00 

385 74 
18 80 
63 25 



97 67 
43 35 
49 53 

19 00 
41 00 
13 50 

40 00 



191 53 



77'.' 94 



2. 3! -7 90 



V-168 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Hunt's Point, N.S.— march 4- June 23, 1900. 



Conductor, Wm J. Clancy, 47£ d. at $2 

Blacksmith, Alman Huskins, 24 d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Elijah Arthurs. 38* ; Nathaniel McKay 35 

Boys, days at 75c : Robie. Davis 6| ; Geo. Z wicker 85 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Farquhar, Andrew 22, Arthur, 19, Frank 5, Wm. J. 9| ; Frellick, 
Archie 19|, Lockhart 4, Robie 25, S. 3£ ; Hagan, Jas 27J, John 1, Joseph H, Philip 22^, 
Simeon 26|, Otis 32, Chas. H, Zenas 3 ; Harrington, Spencer 4, Jos. If ; Huphman, J 7? ; 
Melbman, S 13| ; Morash, W 2 ; McGowan, J20| ; McGowan, T3 ; Mcintosh, F 4f, Ed 
8&, John 9J, Judson 17i, Wm. 20+ ; McQuinn, E 13£ ; Smith, John 20£, Jos. 20£ ; Verge, 
Amb 9f, Arthur 13 

Teams at $2.50 : Hugh Clancy 29 ; Wilbur Clancy 2 ; S. Frellich 1J ; S. Harrington 2 

Teams at $2: S Harrington 2 ; Philip Hagan 2; Elijah Frellick 2; S. Frellick 2; John 
Inness 2 ; John Smith 2 

Teams at $1.50 : Arthur Farquhar 2 ; Jos Hagan 2; Simeon Plagan 2; Wm. Mcintosh 2; 
Arthur Verge 2 

Clancy, Daniel : spruce and hemlock logs, 2500 1. ft at 8c, 5000 at 7c. 



Clancy, Hugh O : spruce and hemlock logs, 9 in. at small end, 1,750 1. ft at 7c . . . 

Robertson, Wm & Son : common iron, 500 lbs of § in. at 2 - 65c, 3,500 of § in at 2 35c'; clinch 



rings, 24 lbs of -§ in. at 12c 
Seldon, F. L. & Son : clinch rings, 213£lbs at 13c; spikes, 363 lbs, $19.83 ; iron 200 lbs at3c ; 

rope 484j lbs at 19c ; hardware $23 .06 

Smith, Joseph : plank, 2,611 ft. of 2-in at $11 

Plank, hemlock, 700 ft at $9, 500 ft of 2-in at $7 ; stone ballast, 25 tons at 20c. ; use of 

forge $4 ; sundries $9 . 06 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Ingonish, North Bay, N.S. : Beach Protection Works. 



$ cts. 

94 50 
36 01 

110 27 
11 26 



514 50 
86 25 


24 00 


15 00 
550 00 
122 50 


98 38 


86 39 

28 72 


27 86 


1,805 64 



Heney & Smith, estimate No. 1 to June 30, 1900, on contract 

McLeod, John E, services as inspector, June 13-30, 16 d at $2. . . . . ." 

Little, W. W. Norfold, Va, inspecting creosoted timber : 126,363 ft at 50c per M, 13695 at 60c 

per 100 c ft 

Advertising $159.91 ; Queen's Printer's Account $27.58 



Total, carried to page V— 3. 



Iona, C.R. i Reconstruction of old wliarf, Oct. 1-Bec. 7, 1899. 



Foreman, Dan A. McDonald, 48{ d. at $2 ; freight and stationery, $10.22 

Blacksmith, John D. McNeil, 38| d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Dan M. McDonald 17 ; Donald McNeil 16 

Labourers, days at $1.25: John A. McDonald 1; Frank McNeil 31| ; F. J. McNeil 18; 

Michael S. McNeil 18|. 

Labourers, days at $1.20 : McDonald, D P, 5„ Peter B. 10, R. S. 8 ; McDougall, H A, 15; 

McKinnoii, Paul 16 ; McNeil, Chas 8, Joseph Sh, Michael J. 6f , Malcolm 6, Stephen S. 10 
Labourers, days at $1.15 : Campbell, Allan 8|, James 10|, Malcolm 9 ; McDonald, S A 8, 

Archie 20, John A 10 ; McDougall, H A 3 ; McKinnon, N 10 ; McLean, R 6| ; McNeil 

J H 15*, Neil H lOf , Rory S. 13f , Donald 7| ; Colin 10, John 4, John J. 12, Rory H. 14, 

Ben 12*, Thos. J. 12*, Hugh 10, Rory H. C. 4, Neil R. 10, J. J. 6, Donald 6 

Labourers, days at $1.10": Campbell, A 3, James 4, Roy 3 ; McLean, R 3 ; McNeil, A P 15|, 

Donald 2, Dan 1, Donald S. 7f, Murd J. 5f, Murdoch 2, Michael 2, Neil S. 2, Neil M. 2, 

James 5|, James S. 8f, John V. lOf, John L. 4, Rory J. 4, Stephen D. 7, John A. 4, 

• Paul S. 4 ; Nash, J R 4 

Labourers, days at $1 . 05 : McNeil, M 3, Rory P. 7, R. G. 5 

Labourers, days at $1 : Campbell. Alex 2, Cameron, R 5, McDonald A 1, McNeil, D S 7, 

James 5, Murdoch J. 8, Neil S. 1, Neil J. 6, Peter 6, Peter Chas. 2, Peter J. 2, Thos. J. 2. 

Single team at $1.50.: Dan. A. McDonald 26| ; Frank McNeil 27£. 

Matheson, I & Co : hammer, castings to sketch $50 ; sundry repairs $3.52 

McDonald, Dan. M., rent of building gear 

McDonald, John : soft wood braces, 280 ft, 6 x 8 at 10c ; pins, 29 of 6 x 12 635 ft at 10c ; 59 of 

9 x 10 766 ft at 10c ; 742 ft at 7c, 280 at 8c 

McDonald, John A.: hemlock, 12,000 ft. at lie ; boards, 200 ft at lc ; sundries $10.17 

McKay, McAskill & Co: iron, 208* lbs at 4c, 1634 at 3c; steel wire spikes 1,400 lbs at 4c ; 

sundries $2. 27 



3,420 00 
32 00 

145 35 
187 49 



3,784 84 



"Total, carried to page V— 5. 



106 72 
58 12 
49 50 

86 86 

111 90 



270 16 



116 02 
15 75 

47 00 

80 24 

53 52 

4 50 

242 44 
156 17 

115 63 



1,514 53 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-169 



Jordan Bay, N.S.: April 1 4- Jane 30, 1 000. 

Foreman, L. Martin. 32£ d? at $2 

Sub-conductor, Wm Turner, 26*6 d at $2 

Carpenters, days a1 $] .50 : Alb. Blackburn V.V, ; Benj. Smith 21| ; John Turner 24| 

Carpenters, days al $1.25: David Crowell23f; L. Fredericks 26$ j Jacob Jones 26f ; ('has. 
Martin 28$; Jot>Martin6; Wm Munroe 8£; Harvey Turner 16|; Alex. William- L5f; 

Simeon Wolf.', 

Teamster and oxen, days at $2 : ( 'has. Martin 1 : Fred. Poule 2! 

Teamster and horse, Jacob Jones, £ d. at $1 75 

Brooks, Geo. W. & Wm : freighting timber, 73 pieces at i;0c. ; pile driver, $5 

Cox, Geo. A.: hemlock, 19,720 ft, L2xl2, Length L9-32 ft afc lc ; ase of pile driver, 25 d at 50c ; 

sundries $8.31 

Hayden, Chas.: logs, 8 in at small end, 810 1 ft at 3c, 1" in at small end, 150 at 5c 

Martin, William (estate) : labour performed m saving government plank : foreman 

labourers. 5 d. at $2, 7 ! d. at $1 .75 : horse and driver 2 d at 82.50 ; sundry work $2. . . . 
Moren & Seldon : logs, 1" in. at small end, 5,343 1. ft at 6c, !) in at small end, 200 . i ■>'.<■ ; 

hemlock 8x8, 2,133 ft. at 13c 

McGill, James 1* : seivw bolt j, 219 H'-- at 8c ; truckage 75c 

Robertson, Wm & Sons, common iron, 1,500 lbs of j m. at 235c 

Store rent and telephone $6.30 ; freight $6.35 ; sundry repairs S4.50 

Total, carried to page V 5 • 



Judique, McKay's Point: New Wharf. 

Simmons & Burpee, contract complete 814,143 ; less paid in 1898-99 (page Q— 115) $8,250. 
Gillis, John : services as inspector, -Inly 1-Oct 31, 105 d at S2 

Total, carried to page V 5 



L,'Ar<loi*e, \.s. : July 1-Sept. 30, 1899. 

Foreman, X. W. McPherson, 75 d at 82.50 

Blacksmith, Eben Finlayson, 37J d at 82 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : James Cameron, 26 : Alex. McDonald, 45^ 

Charge of scow at 81 . 50 : Willie Brymer 41 d, Geo. Reheburg 45 d 

Horse at $1, Wm. Brymer, 29^ d 

Labourers, days at Si .25 : Arthur Brymer, 23 ; Kobt. Brymer, 43 ; Mick Cameron, 22^ ; R. J. 

Campbell, 164; John A. Campbell, 23^ ; Edward Hearn, 10; Geo. handley, 7j ; Rod. 

Johnson, 36f; Hugh McAskill, 37; John McDougall, 42.V ; Archie McEachern, 25£ ; 

Rory Mclsaac, 12| ; John A. McLean, 33! ; Ronald McLean, 15^; Angus McLeod. 40^ ; 

Dan McLeod, 36* : Neil McMillan, 10! : James McNeil, 42 ; Hugh McLean, 21 ; Hugh 

McDonald, 14! ; Walter Preshoug, 9 ; Mick Rehburg, 18! ; Pat. H. Sampson, 30! ; Pat. 

Shanahan, 13 : Mai tin Sampson, 2 ; Henry Sampson. 4! ; lienry Sampson, ! d at *1 ,50. . 

Masons, days at SI ,50 : Alex. Jackson, 28 ; John Stone, l!)| 

Brymer, William, stone, 17 yds. at 90c 

Finlayson, Alex. : steel shovels, 12 at 65c. : pails, 8 at 30c 

Finlayson, Duncan : manilla rope, 02! lbs. at 13c; sundries, 87.09 

Matheson, D. K., making pay-lists, sets at 82 

Matheson, Jos.: hemlock, 1,002 ft. at la; spruce, 935§ of 3 in. at l!c. ; storage, 210 lbs cement 

at 6c; timber, 85. SO ; wire nails, 40 lbs at 4c : 1 iron pin. $5 : sundries, $5.35 

Trucking, $4 ; 2 sticks hardwood. S x 10 at $2 : storage, $1 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Little Brook, IV. S. : Breakwater, . Tune 11-30, 1900. 



Foreman, Raymond Comeau, 17 d at 82 

Labourer, Frank Thimocto, 15! d ac 81 . 50 

Labourers, days at 81 : Comeau", Alf. 6§, Aur 4, Arnod 'J'.. Mioses 5§, Theo. 6f ; Oothreau, R., 
71 : Dugas, L., 13^ ; Gaudet, A. 0. 9£, Louis C. 7 ; Le Blanc, A. llf, Ambroise 0, Hilarion 
4!. [renis 9| : Melanson. A. 1! ; Saulnier, E. H. 6£, Jos. G. 13£ 

Total, cairicd to page V 5 



Livingstone Cove: Aug. 29-Oct. 13, 1899. 



Foreman, John A. Gillis, 54 d at $2 

Assistant foreman, John J). Livingston, 17 d at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at S1.75: Gillis, A. 271, dam.- \S\. James Angus 4 : McDonald, D. 15.. 

Carried forward 



$ ets. 



01 7n 
53. 20 
so 84 


Tin 96 

7 Ml. 

ii 87 
48 80 



218 ol 

31 so 

37 11 

35!) 30 
IS 27 
35 25 

17 15 



1,172 20 



5,893 00 

210 00 



6,103 00 



187 50 

75 00 

107 62 

129 00 

29 50 



755 00 
70 88 
15 30 
10 20 
15 82 
12 00 

:.4 64 
9 00 


1,472 12 


34 00 

23 25 



123 50 



ISO 75 


10S 00 

70 50 

L65 30 



343 86 



V- 170 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Livingstone Cove: Aug. 29-Oct. 31, 1890 — Continual. 

Brought forward 

Carpenters, daj's at $1 . 50 : Chisholm, A. irj, James 10, Joseph 20| ; Gillis, A. 32^, Andrew 
(MO; Hanrahan, A. 3| ; Livingston. G. 2h ; McPherson, D. 15; McDonald, John 28i, 
Ronald 9^, Donald H. llf ; McDougail, Donald 42f, Duncan 16, James 27 ; Mclnnis, J. 
J. 10^, McKinnon, Chas. 14 ; McNeil, M. 48 

Carpenter, James Angus Gillis, 9 d at $1 .65 

Double teams at $2.75: Adams, A. 5, John 1 ; Beaton, J. 4 ; Gillis, A. 7, James D 20 ; John 
H. 5 ; Gordon, J. 8 ; Hanrahan, R. 9i, Alex, 12h ; Leggins, H. 27^; Livingston, Thos. 19, 
Geo. 23ii, Colin Of, McDougail, J. D. 2, James" J. 1, Duncan 5, James 3^ ; Mclnnis, 
Peter 4," John D. 3, Joseph 2 ; McKinnon, John 30^ ; McMillan, John 6h ', "McPherson, 
Dan D, 1 ; Dan II. 3 

Single teams at $1.75: Michael Gillis 5; Richard Hanrahan 2; James D. McDougail 2 ; 
James A. McDougail H ; Daniel K. McPherson 2 ; Charles McKinnon 4 

Labourers, days at .$1.25 : Adams, A 9, John 6 ; Beaton, J 4 ; Ballantyne, S 12 ; Doherty, 
J 4 ; Fraser, D 1 ; Gillies, A 34^, James D. 25, John D. 2h, Hugh 5 ; Gordon, J. 32| ; 
Hanrahan, II 2H ; Livingston, C 15%, Donald 14f, Henry 20, John J. 25i, John 20^ ; 
McDonald, Allan 2, A R 9, Dan. J. 4, Dan A U, Daniel 9, Donald J. 5, Donald H 1, 
Hugh 4Jj ; McDougail, Angus 104;, Arch 6, James" A 3, John A lOf, John Ans 10, John 
91, John D. 5, John J 8 ; McEachern, A 7, Jas U ; Mclnnis, D A 2. Alex J. 2, Dan 0, 
Daniel C. 1±, John A 3, John S h, Ronald 2, John 0, Alex 4, Peter 1H ; McLean, A 2 ; 
McMillan, J 10, Arthur 4, Colin 0, Geo 7, John G 5^ ; McNeil, J D 3, Angus 3h, Duncan 
5, Duncan A 5, John 4, Malcolm 34, Allan 194 ; McPherson, D D 1, Win 1, Daniel K. 5, 
John J. 2 ; Geo. Small 1| ~ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Michael Gillis 39 ; Henry Leggins 8 ; John Angus McDougail 4. . . . 

Hanrahan, Angus : labour on wharf, 8| days at $1.25 ; double team, 9 d. at $2.75 

Hanrahan, Joseph : bolts, headed and pointed, 1,829, 10 to 18 in. at 4c ; smith work $10.80. . . 

Kirk & Co., land required for an approach to public wharf 

Kirk, D. G.: iron, 827 lbs. at 2^c, 0,594 at 3c; drill steel 61 h lbs. at 13c; sundry hardware 
$10.02 

Livingston, Thomas, damages to land by piling timber and stone thereon 

McDonald, James, 950 bolts, cut and sharpened, 10-22 in. at 4c 

Hauling iron, 2 tons at $3 ; spruce 700 ft, $0.50 ; sundries $2.88 . 

Legal services : W. B. Ross 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



liockeport Breakwater, N. S. : May 1-June 30. 



1900. 



Conductor, Harris Hardy, 51 days at $2 

Sub-conductor, Robert Abbott, 45 days at $1 . 75 ... 

Blasters, days at $1 .25 : Stephen Huskins 44| ; David Peterson 43^ .... : 

Carpenter, Jonathan Pierce, 32j days at $1 . 50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Wilson Cook, 43; John Dumas, 23 ; Wm. Ennis, 2% ; G. Freeman 

42 ; J. Freeman 22^ ; Alex. Griffin 13f ; Llewlyn Geddes llf ; Whitman Hardy 31§ ; L. 

Hardy 1 ; Bertie Hunt 34^ ; Edward Hayden 4^ ; Harry Locke 6£ ; J. G. Locke 12^ ; 

Stanley Locke 20 ; Geo. Simmons 424^ ; Howard Turner 17 

Teams at $1 .75 : Bushy Hardy f ; Eldrick Hayden 3| 

Teams at $2 . 50 : Howard Hardy 2 days 

Arnold, John S. : ballast poles, 5-0 in. small end, 10 ft., 170 at 25c 

Bill, J. F.: drills, 58 at 25c, sharpening 130 at 5c; bolts, making 0,000 at l|c; powder, 25 

lbs at 25c ; sundries $29 .71 ■ . . 

Brooks, Geo. W. & Wm., freighting logs, 334 at 40c 

Canadian Atlantic Canning Co : towing logs, 203 at 40c ; scow $30 ; logs, 9 in. small end, 30 

ft. long, 42 at $1 .25 

Churchill, L. P. & Co : manilla rope, 34| lbs at 20c; 2 dories $12.50 ; sundries $1.28 

Collupy, Charles : logs 8 and 9 in. small end, 20 ft long, 21 at $1 ; ballast poles. in small 

end, 10 ft., 25 at 25c 

Freeman, Charles E. : ballast poles, 5 in. small end, 10 ft. long, 03 at 25c; flooring poles, in. 

small end, 142 at 25c ; lumber $2 . 50 

Hardy, Harris : labour, 5 '55 days at $2 ; horse-hire $3.75 ; sundries $3. 13 

Hardy, Howard : ballast poles, in. small end, 10 ft. long, 300 at 25c 

Hardy, Parker, ballast poles, 5 in. at small end, 10 ft. long, 80 at 25c 

Harlow, James, ballast poles, 5- in. small end, 10 ft, 107 at 25c , 

Locke, Churchill : manilla rope, 125 lbs at 20c, 04 at 10c; adzes, 2 at $2.90 ; sundry hardware 

$15.02 

Locke, Colin G, rocks for breakwater 

Moren, Seldon & Co., spruce logs, 9,078 1. ft at 5^c 

Nicall, Frank E. ; wharf logs, 0,734 1. ft at 5c 

Richardson, Robert : rocks, 00 tons at 30c ; 178 brush at |c ; cutting and boating brush, 178 

at 2c 

Robertson, Wm. & Son., common iron, 6,000 lbs of § in at 2 35c 

Walls, George, ballast poles, 5 in. small end, 10 ft long, 215 at 25c 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
343 86 



532 07 

14 85 



595 33 

28 87 



048 94 
51 00 
35 00 
83 96 
30 00 

230 52 
16 00 
38 00 
15 38 

70 29 



2,740 13 



102 00 
78 75 

110 02 
49 20 



409 32 

7 82 

5 00 

42 50 

140 90 
133 00 

187 70 
20 73 

27 25 

53 78 
17 98 
75 00 
20 00 
41 75 

52 82 
12 00 

499 29 
330 70 

22 89 

141 00 

53 75 



2,048 41 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-171 



Lix-kport Breakwater Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Williamson, < teorge, ballast poles, 6 in. small end, 1(> ft long, L45 at 25c 

Stone, tons at 30c: Allen, Jos. G-. 15; Benham, George 11 j Craig, Thomas 95; Crowell, 
Albert 8; Doleman, Herbert I8f, [ra F.36; Firth, Gharles L2A ; Jones, IK. 1 , ; Hardy, 
Benj. 17| ; Hiltz, Heber, 47; Lloyd, Charles 27, William 15.V, ; Locke, Einoe L3|, Harry 
L2, William 42; Maxwell, J sum's 31.', ; McKay, Joseph lit; McMillan, Winslow 9; Pierce, 
William J. 10; Reach, Leander 43, William lsj ; Smith, Heniy I). 10; Walls, Burton 50. 

Logs, 30 at 25c; hauling lugs, .V, Ins at 30c ; 4 loads brush $2.50 ; sundries $9 15 

Total, carried to page V — 5. 



Malignant Cove: Breakwater. 

Foreman, Ronald McDonald, Feb 19-Mar30, arranging for and taking delivery of timber, 19 d. 
at $2 

Spruce and hemlock, 840 1 ft of 8 x 8-in at 9c, 1,321 1 ft of 8 x 10-inat 10c, 424 1 ft of lo \ 10-in 
at lie, 700 1 ft of 10 x 12-in at 12c ; rd spruce, 5,943 ft at 10c, 13,235", 1 ft at 9c ; 
flooring, 12,330 1 ft at 3.'c j h w sheathing, 2,889 1 ft of 6-in at 8c, 1,000 ft B M of 4-in at 
si i, 7,844 ft B M of 4-in at $15; covering, 13,570 ft B M of 4-in at $12, 10,640 ft B M of 
3-in at $12 ; hardwood, 557 1 ft of 8 x 8-in at 10c, 312 1 ft of 10 x 10-in at 12c, 175 1 ft of 
10 x 12 at 12c ; paid as follows :— Brown, Duncan $15.84; Boyd, Allan $35.64, Angus 
$50.13, Donald $50.09 ; Chisholm, Dan J $149.59, Dan M $47 '.17, Danl $11.90, Jas W 
$92.01, John D §51.48, John M $10.71, Jos $32.60; Fraser, Danl $9 ; Gillis, Archie 
$72.28, Jas $12, das A $14.40, John $30.30; Grant, Donald $128.17 ; McAdam, A R 
$85.03 ; McDonald, Alex (Don's son) $63.52, Alex (John Allen) $70, Alex J $47.38, 
Angus (John Allen) $58.04, Angus (Hugh Morton) $60.08, Dan (Allan's son) $6.93, 
Dan (Angus' son) $29.21, Dan (Michael's- son) $81.96, Dougald (Dan's son) $101.44, 
Dougald ( Doctor's Brook) $58.42, Dougald (Michael's son) $34.18, Dougald (R's son) 
$54.32, Hector $24, Hugh $9, Jas $9.36, John D $9, Lewis $9.36, Michael $16.38, 
Ronald (Gav) $58.21, Ronald $56, Wm J $17.28; McDougald, Dougald $99.72; 
McDougall, Duncan $14.40, Rodk $21.24 ; McEachern, Dan $9.52 ; McGillivray, Angus 
$80.16, Hugh $79.80, John S $102.40, Ronald $123.70; McGillivray & Grant, $89.65 ; 
Mclnni*, Dan $26.60, John$D7, Ronald $12; Mclsaac, Angus $47.85, Neil $69.36; 
McKinnon, Angus $7.20, Chas, $152.44, John $20.88; McLean, Alex $21.60 ; McNeil, 
Alex (Stephen) $20.34, Alex D $32.22, Colin $05.70, Jas R $35.10, John $25.07, John 
(Don's son) $40.32, Male $16.87, Peter $29.79; McPherson, Angus $56.73 ; McRae, 
Donald $102.85 . 

Kirk, D G : round iron 1-in — £-in, 15,455 lbs at 3 15c ; 7-in wrot spikes, 6 kegs at $5 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Margaree Island : Wharf. 

Foreman at $2 : Jos A McLellan, Feb-May, 17 d, June 19 d 

Carpenter, D J Gillis, 4i d at $2 

Labourer, Norman McPherson, 10£ d at $1 . 25, 6£ at $1 

14 labourers, each less than 8 days : 37', d at $1.25 j 24^ at $1 

Gillis, Alex H : 4-in spruce and hemlock covering in 10 and 20 ft lengths, 5,76(1 ft at si 4. 50. . 

( rrant, A J : § to ±-in ref iron, 7,381 lbs at $2.70, 500 lbs at $2.75 ; cartage $1.60 

McDonald, John S, longitudinals and cross ties of spruce not less than 10-in at small end and 
not more than 1 4-in at butt, contract : 184 1 ft at 4c, 52 at 5c, 64 at 8c, 792 at 12c, 488 at 
14c, 215 at 15c, 1,676^ at 16c, 712 at 20c, 114 at 25c 

McLellan, Angus F, spruce cap timbers, 10 x 10 : 200 1 ft at 16c, 28 at 15c 

McLellan Arch R, spruce floor stringers, squared 10 x 12, 452 1 ft at 30c 

McLennan, John R : hardwood fenders, squared to 8x8, 708 1 ft at 10c ; hardwood sheathing 
flattened to 6 in and sided to 8-in, 3,354 1 ft at 9c. 

McPherson John : freight on iron Halifax to Mabou $17.49; wharfage at Mabou 51c ; truck- 
age Mabou to Dunvegan $15 : working 1,708 lbs iron at lie 

Paint, Peter & Sons • 34 and 4/,-in manilla, 383 lbs at 19c ; snatch block $6.50 : patent dble 
block $5 ; sundries $18 .45 

Spruce, C-in at small end, lin ft at 3c : D M Donnell 340 ; D J Gillis 340; Dan McDonald 538 '; 
Dougald McDonald 221 ; D McLellan 187 ; S McLennan 340 ; ('has McLeod 340 

Rafting timber, lin ft at 2c : D Cameron 169 : A Mclsaac 014 ; Neil McKinnon 490 ; Donald 
Wflkins 1,228 

Spruce, 550ft at 2c ; timber, 4 pes at $2 25 ; rafting timber, 340 ft at lc ; i9f lbs n >pe $ 1.53 ; 
dynamite and fuse $1 .90 ; smithwork $7.49 ; truckage $6 : tit si .:;;, : Lewis Mil' 
travel $3.50; sundries $7.87 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



2,648 41 
36 25 



243 22 

21 10 



2,948 98 



3J HI. 



3,323 52 

516 83 



3,878 35 



72 do 
9 00 
in 88 
71 11 
83 52 
214 64 


649 83 
36 2(i 
L35 60 


372 66 


58 62 


L02 72 


69 L8 


;.o 02 


56 02 


2,000 00 



V-172 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Ulerigoiiiisli, Big Island, N.S.: Wharf. 

Cameron. John : inspector of work under contract, July 5-31, Aug -1-9, 27 d at $2. 
McDonald, Hugh : final estimate, Aug 9, 1899 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Merigomisli Harbour : Extension oJ' Wharf : Sept. 9-Oct. 4, 1899. 



Foreman, John Manning, 17| days at $2 

Carpenters, dajs at $1.50 ; Fmlayson, Edward 13| ; McDonald, Alexander 10|, John 12.7. . . 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Arbuckles, Chas. 5 ; Cameron, John 2 ; Copeland, John S. G, 
William 5 ; McDonald, Thos. 4, William 5; Olding, Thos. 4h ; Smith, Chas. 1(H, Ernest 
5. William F. 54 

Team at $3 : Cameron, John 3 ; Finlayson, David 3| 

With scow at $3 : McDonald, Angus 6 ; Olding, Wm. D. 6 

Fraser, John D., spruce guard rail, 193 ft. 1.0 x 10 at 8o 

Stewart, Samuel : bolts, 100 at 3c, 12 at 25c ; sundry hardware $4.80 

Brush, 20 loads at 10c ; stone, 182 tons at 4 ' 40c ; use of team, 5 days at $1.25 , 

Total, carried to page V— 5 , 



Jttetaghan Breakwater, N.S.: Aug. 24-Dec. 19, 1899: Feb. 9-June 21, 1900, 

Conductor, Philemon L. Robichaud, 79.5 d. at $2 

Foreman, Mark L. iJeveau, 70 d. at $1 90 

Surveyor, Ben Robichaud, 1J d. at $1.85 

Blacksmith, Isaac V. Comeau, 14^ d. at $1.35 

Carters, days at $2 : LeBlanc, Frank 501, Voliseum h ; Deveau, Nicholas 2 ; Thebodeau. 
BasiH J ; 



Carters, days at $2.25 : Deveau, Nicolas 1| ; Robichau, Cezar 1£ 

Conductor, Philemon L. Robichau, G days at $2 ... ..... 

Labourers, days at 80c. : Robichau, Jos. P. 7 ; Fidele L. 8h ; Basil B. 11| 

Labourers, days at $;. : Aylmer, Wm. G; Babin, Tjmothy 4^, Albany 4^; Comeau. Wm. J. 
2.\. Chas. D. 7h, Telesphore 1H, Ben. O. 1U, Alphy L 12, Peter M 12, Reuben B llf , 
Geo B 8, Frs. M G, Syl. A 12|, Nich. H. 10j, Telesphore E. 4i, Leon E 5£, Narcisse il§, 
Wm A 10, Jerem ah 10|, Jos. D. 13|, Leandre H 12^, Emile 15, Alex J 12J ; Doucet, 
Vincent M 15^ ; I >ugan, Onesime 7i, Peter. 11| ; Geddy, James 16f, Moses J 12, Vital 
J lfji ; LeBlanc, Phil F 8£, Thos J 9|, BenN 14i, Sam 11±, Theophile 2£ ; Mallet, Isi- 
dore 12, Moses P 10.j, Alcuile 11 ; Robichaud, Chas 16+, Cezar 5i, Leandre 1H, Edward 
A 17, Louis B i, Jos P ! Basil h ; Saulnier, Peter H 12 ; Aug. A 11^, John D5|, Jos. A 
18i ; Sturk, Wm 104, ; Siillivan, Edward 5 ; Thebodeau, Aug P 6, Jos C 9£, Henry 8J, 
Alex. 14, John J 7 ; Trahan, August 4, Stephen 12, Maxime 13, Simon 7f 

Labourers, days at $1.40 : Deveau, Marc L 1^ ; Saulnier, Joseph A 1| ; Sullivan, Edward 1J; 
German, Frank l{ 

Comeau, H. H. , ref . iron, 3,501 lbs at 2 5c 

Deveau, Joseph J., spruce. 4-in plank, 1,710 ft. at $9 

Killam Bros.: telegram, 19c; B & M. R. R. $24.77; B & M. back charges, $31.41 ; schr. 
Roland $37.55 ; postage, com'n &c. $4.29 

Little, W. W. & Co., 4-in plank, 6,000 ft at $36.50 

Spinney, E. K.: common iron ^ to J in, 1,019 lbs at 2 25c, 515 at 2 85c.; augers, 41 at 18c ; 
sundries $2.35 ' , . . 

Thebodeau, Philip J., 4-in plank, 1,500 ft. at $9. . . 

Spruce &c: logs, 265 of 9-13 in, 5,351 ft at 6£c, 55 of 10-in, 1,190 at 7ic ; 54 piles, 9-in top end 
1,080 1. ft at 3c, 8 of 8-in, 160 1 ft at 2|-c, 23 of 7-in, 465 at l^c ; coal $1.20, paid as follows : 
Boudreau, L $21.05; Comeau, I V, $3.31, Maxime E $16.55, Telesphore E. $25.34; 
Deveau, Jos J $17.81, Mark L. $8.81 ; Doucette, P J $36.59 ; Dugan, A P $30.65, Louis 
P. $3.90, Luc $2.62 ; Geddy, Chas $19.48, James $11.86 ; German, Thos $11.77 ; Le- 
Blanc, A H $16.24, Vincent N, $10.20, Volusien $18.62 ; Melancon, John T $41.73, Jos- 
.eph F. $15.11, Robichau, L B $7.62; Saulnier, A H $5.62, Ben. L $24.07, John L $21.41, 
Marc. L. $33.68; Thebodeau, P C $12.75, Philip $8.24; Therieault, H J $18.05; Trahan 
O $3.31, Simeon $16.59, Stephen $4.87 

Malls. 3 at $1 ; coal, $3.30 ; sundries $1.82 



Total, carried to page V 



Meteglian River, N.S.: Aug. 24-Bec. 30, 1899. 

Foreman. Seraphin J. Comeau, 95 days at $1.75 

Conductor, Chas. L. Robichaud, 110 days at $2 

Carpenters, davs at $1 : Blin, Theo 10 ; Boudreau, John B 10, Albert Hi ; Corporan, Ben 
10; Comeau, John T 10, Hilaire P 10; Vincent J. 161, Manche D."l4, Fulgence 21|, 
John A. 20, Arthur J. 23^, Chas. W. 17h, Ansalme P. 14J, Louis C. 15J, Ben M. 11^, 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

54 00 

865 00 



919 00 



35 00 
54 38 



65 64 
18 75 
36 00 

15 44 
10 80 

16 25 



252 26 



159 00 


133 00 


2 77 


19- 57 


118 50 


5 62 


12 00 


21 60 



563 75 

7 00 
87 53 
15 65 

98 21 
219 00 

47 33 
13 50 



467 85 
8 12 

2,000 00 



166 25 
220 00 



386 25 



PUBLIC ' WORKS DEP. 1 RTMENT : EX PEND1 Tl r RE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-173 



>■ et<iil»iin River* i\.s. Continued. 



Brought forward 



( larpenters, day.- al $1 ( 'on. 

Hilaire S. 10, M. U. I ."».'., Ambroise Ans. Llf, Eenry J. T. llf, Stephen J. 10], Hilaire 
I. l. Chas. Cyr L9, Simon P. •',!, Jos. M. 12i, Cyril W. 23, Louis P. 15£, D'Entremonl 
Eve 17|. Jos. 2oj : Deveau Peter 17|, Anselme B. 2f; Le Blanc, Peter-G. LO; Melancon, 
FranklO, Hilanon 10, Philemon 9g, Ambroise J. LO; Marlett Philip 10^; McAuley, 
Eugene 16£ : Etomain, Hilaire i(»j ; Saulnier, Jos. 0. 10, Wm. M. 10, Jos. F. L2f, Grig 
12|, Philip Aug. 12£, Julian A. 15±, Arthur 15£. Philip Luc 13. Germain C. 10, Peter A. 
16, Henry Geo. 9^ ; Theriault, Ambroise Jos. 9f, Augustus 14| 

Labourers, days at $1 : Comeau Firion 10, Anselme M. 10, Vincent P. 14£, Theophile J. 9, 
Jchn H. 10, Frank H. 10, John W. 11 1, Severin V. 9£, Hilaire ! L0|, Theophile L. 
Louis A. 2, Theodore 10 ?„ John Arthur 1, Edmund M. 12£, Edward 0. ■', Jules F. 8| ; 
Deveau Jos. J. L0, Edmund 10, Agapite B, 9|, Joseph P. 10, Frank P. 9J, John J. 9} ; 
Doueet, Hour \ LOf ; D'Entremont, Edward 4; Lo Blanc, Sym ID, Joe N. 10; Maillot 
Sifroid 10, Cyriac llj Felicien 11; Melancon Anthony 8£, Chas. 11; Robichaud, 
Leandre L. 19|, Jos. L. 17, Ambroise L. 0.| ; Romain Augustin 10, John 10; Saulnier L. 
5^ Eustache lu.\, Clement 11$, Wm. A. 10£, Hilaire 10, Alcide 10, Vincent T. 12£, Eve 



9. 



11, Maude 10, Gel. 10, Jules 10, Peter 1). 13, John A. 10 ; Thibodeau Theo. 10, M 

Teams at $2 : Comeau Edouard C. 5, Od. V. 5, Casimer 4, Theo. L. 3, Louis A. 6 

5, Jeremie M. 14f, Eve M. 5. Edu L. 5, Edu. F. 6, E. H. 8|, Damien5J, John A.". 1 ,, Volusien 
1H, Frank J. A, Placide M. 3, Severin F. 5, Edmund A. 2i, Vincent P. A ; Corporan, Henry 
6; D'Eon Samuel 3A; Deveau Frank P. 1 ; Doueet Heniy L. 6f ; D'Entremont M 
Le Blanc Chas. F. 2; Melancon O. 2|, Theo. 5 ; Maillet, Ruben 5$ ; McCanley, Vincent 
5J : Robichaud Jus. L. 10-j , Ambroise L. 5, Elisee J. P. 5^- ; Saulnier Ben T. 6, Chas. 
F. 5, Germain C. 5, Chas. C. 5$, Luc E. 6, Ambroise S. 5A, Philip A. 5, Prosper C. 5, 
James 4h, Sifroid 4.',, -ins ( j-eo. 5j, Theophile M. § ; Theriault, Adrien V. 5 

Comeau, A. H. : spruce", 490 logs, 9-13-in, 9,391 ft at 6^c, 1,062 at 7^c ; 185 piles, 4,625 1 ft at 
lfc ; plank, 1,312 ft at $9, 297 at $10; ref. iron, 6,018 lbs of §-in at 2fc, 7,000 at2'35c, 2,735 
at 2"45c, 206 at 3c; iron spikes, 400 lbs at 4 - 8c, 56 at 4c ; manilla rope, 159 ; f lbs at 18c ; 
13 patent blocks, $16.60 ; augers, 6 at $1.25 ; freight on timber $10 ; sundries 815.21. . . . 

Gasman, James, use of cram screw 

Killam Bros. : schr. Roland, 881.37 ; B. & M. R. R. $53.68 ; B. & M. back charges, 868.05 ; 
telegrams, 40c ; postage, coiim. , &c. ,89-30 

Little, W. W. & Co. : 4-in plank, 6 to 16-in wide, 12 ft long, 13,000 ft at 83(5.50 

Wood worth, Thos. : making bolts, 8,363 at £c. ; dumps, 1,880 at fc. ; smithwork, $22.86. . . 

Spruce, etc. : 35 spruce spiles, 875 1. ft at lfc. ; 31 logs, 9-13-in, 375 ft at 7k-., 507 at 6|c. ; 
hemlock timber, 2,050 ft B.M. at fc. ; paid as follows : Comeau, D. M. $25.87 ; Marc, V.' 
$5.25 ; Placide M., 825.31 ; Le Blanc, Victor, $8.62 ; Raymond, N. J., $16.40; Saulnier, 
A.. $5.25 : Maudie, B., $4.80 



Total, carried to page V — 5. 



Mill Creek, N.S. : April 10-Junc 30, 1900. 



Foreman, Vinceno Greene, 50 days at $2 

Labourers, clays at $1.50 : Barkhouse, Wm 45 ; Newcombe, Robt 29^ ; West, John 29 

Labourers, days at 81.40: Barkhouse, Henry 27, Joseph 27^, Jacob 38; Greene, Hibbert 5 ; 

Newcombe, C H 22A ; Rogers, David 25, Moore 37 

Lai >urer, Harris Winters-, 39£ days at $1.30 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Bleakhorn, Fred 14^ ; Dewitt, Wallace 9i ; Greene, Hibbert 11 ; 

West, Levi 2 : 

Labourer, Morton Bennett, \ day at $1 

With team at $3.40 : Lyons, "Noble 17, Enos 14^ 

me, Hibbert., 253 spruce piles, 9-10 in, 6,956 ft. at 5c 

Jackson, W. L. : voucher not yet received at Audit Office, Dec 3, 1900. 

Kinsman, K. \Y\ Co. : spruce piles, 38,145 ft at l'4c ; 3 in plank, 4500 ft at l'4c 

Plinoman, H. W. : voucher not yet received at Audit Office, Dec 3, 1900 

Potter Bros.: dumps, 1,226 lbs of 1 to 2o in. at 3|c ; bolts, 1,419 of g to 36 in at 4fc; spikes, 

6 kegs of 7 in at 88.48 ; rope, 12:5 lbs at 19c; 1 set iron skiver blocks, $4.50 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



jttorden, N.S. : Repair* to Wharf. 

David Bishop: conductor, Sept 11-Nov 161899, 49&dat$2; buying timber, Sept 4 9, 6 d at 
$2 ; freight, $10.63 ; telegrams, postage &c, $1.15 ; hardware $8.08 

Foreman, De Forest Minniss 422 d at $2 : carpenter, Uriah Graves, 22'. d &i $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Norman Dempeey 33 45, Wallace Dempsey t4'6, Wm Finlay 
39'15, Watson Graves 1, Edwd Hussey 14 7, Geo Kirkpatrick 33 8, Arch Minniss 37 2, 
John Minniss 3 ; Jos Moriety 3505, Thos Redgate 22 4 

Carried forward 



386 25 



667 00 



566 50 



457 00 



1,264 95 
75 

212 so 

474 50 

78 78 



91 50 



4,200 03 


100 00 


155 25 


254 80 


51 35 


hi 24 


50 


107 1<» 






597 03 


26 94 


162 15 


1,904 70 



118 14 



330 37 



579 37 



V-174 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Morden, N.S. : Repairs to Wliarf— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Labourers, days at $1 : Jesse Barnaby 21, Wm Bishop 25 ■ 5, Ernest Brennan 11, Percy 
Dempsey 20*6, Loring Graves 22 7, Thos Jones 11 1, Avery Minniss 17 65, Hugh 
McGarv'ie 10 4, Jos McMullin 21 35 ; 12 payments under $9, $61.15 

Carters, days at ,$2.50 : Wm Johnson 56 ; Spurgeon Selfridge 477 

Carters, days at $2 : Chas Dorey 3," Barth Hussey 3 6, Amos Moriety 3 '6, Hugh McGarvie 
4-6, Thos Redgate 36 •■■•.••:- ;■•■ 

Dodge & Dennison Co : iron, 3985 lbs of 1 in and 3100 lbs of § in at 2Jc ; clinch rings 94 at 
15c ; peevies, 4 at $1.50 ; rope, 28| lbs at 15|c ; 4 augers, $7 

Dorey, Chas : plank covering, 1550 ft at $7 

Lee, Joseph : hauling iron, 7| miles, 3| tons at $2 

Spruce timber, 5486 ft of 10 in at 4Ac, 1697 ft of 8 in at 3c, 2844 ft of 6 in at 2c, paid as follows 
Jesse Bennett, $16.07 ; Wallace Dempsey, $35.82 ; Wm Dempsey, $20.47 ; Leander 
Graves, $11.96 ; Barth Hussev, $24 71 ; Thos Hussey, $45.49 ; Wm Johnson, $58.66 ; Jos 
Lee, $41.81 ; Henry Meekins, $33.05 ; Hugh McGarvie, $66.58 

Total, carried to paje V — 5 



Dom. 10, Ronald A 14, Ronald L 12J ; Mclnnis, 



McNair's Cove, N.S. : Repairs to Wliarf, Sept. 15-Oct. 11, 1899. 

Fore • a , Al x McD ugal , 17| d at $2 . ■ •_ 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : McEac em, Arch 9 ; McPhee, Alex 12f^Seward 
Carpenters, days at $1.40: McE ic em, 

Ro aid 11 ; W 1 ie, Alex 5| 

Blasters, days at $1.50 : McEachern, Malcolm 12 J ; M Imrs, Alex 10f, Dan H 11J ; McPhe 

W, 11^ •■• • 

Blasters, days at $i.40 : Mclnnis, Thos 7| ; McMillan, C 1 n D 13J 

La >our, da> s at $1.35 : McEa • ern, Jo n L 2 . . . - . . . • • • • -.••••■ 

Labourers days at $1.25 : Ballantine, Stewart 4| ; Gellis, Duncan 3 ; McDonald, Al x 7f, Dan 

5, Duncan 6|, Duncan J 5, Hugh 74, John 5 ; McEachern, Geo 12J, Jo n H 3 Jo n L 

5| Joseph 4, Lew s 3 ; Mclnnis, Alex H 4, Hugh 4|, John A 2, Jo n H 2 ; McMillan, 

Arthu 84, Geo 8| : McNair, David 121 ; McNeil, Angus 6, Jo n 2% ; McPhee, Joh 1. . 
Teams, days at $3 : Ballantine, S ewart 6 ; xVI Donald, Capt Angus 2 ; McEachern, Archi 5, 

John W 4 

Singl tea , days at $1 50 : McEachern, Geo M 3 •••••.••• 

Kirk, D G : i> on, 912 lbs at 3c ; 2 kegs blasting powder, $7 ; use, 8 coils at 50c ; striki g 

hammer, 5i lbs at 15c 

McDonald, Capt A : use f quarry f r stone 

McEac ern, Dougald : smithwork 

McNair, Wm : hardwood sheathin .-, 8 ft long, 35 pes at 32c 

Wilkie, Alex : rd timber, 201ong, 8 pes at $1 ; 20'ballast poles 24 ft at 25c 

4 payments under $10 : hem p'ank 236'at $8 ; 20'timber, 4 pes at $1 ; 12 x 12 x 40 spans, 2 at 

$2 ; hardware, $1.57 ; storage for tools $1 ; truckage $3 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



New Harbour : Breakwater. 

McManus, Jer mah B, estimate No 1 to Ju> - 30 

Gilli Edward, ervices as nspeetor, June 9-30, 19 d at $2 . . . . ••••■■•• • • ■ ■ • 

Little W W, Norfolk, Va : inspecting and creosotmg timber at New York, 88558 ft at 50c er 
M ; railway fare Norfolk o Ne * York and return $13 ; board and lodging at Ne •' York, 
June26-Jul 2 $12.50 

Advertising $77.81 ; Queen's Printer's account $13.01 . . 

Total, carried o | age V— 5 - g 

Newel ton, N.S. : New wliarf : Melt. 2 -June 30, 1900. 



Conductor, Capt J. C. Cunningham, 63 days at $2 

Head carpenter, Tho , Cow rt, 56| d. at $2 .-. . . : . . ... . . - . . • •• • • • • • • 

Carpent rs, days at $1.50 : Nickerson, Mason 25£, Stephen 25^ ; Wickens, Charles 22£. > . , 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Bro n Ira 12| ; Cunningham, Burton 55i Chest-r 6, Irving/; 
Good in, George 4*, William 7 ; Kmney Albert 17/f ; Maxwell, John 36i ; Newell, Chas 
|, Aliston 2 ; Nickerson, Mason 26, Stephen 22£, Lewis 43.| ; Smith, James 40| ; Jeltro N 
32, John R 2, Darius 52 ; Wickens, Chas 24J ; Williams, Ross 22 

Man and horse, Chester Cunningham, 1 day at $1.50, '2\ d. at $1.75 

Man and ox ; Bartlet N well, 3| d. at $1.75 



Carried forward, 



$ cts- 
579 37 



222 45 
133 24 

36 80 

208 69 

10 85 

7 00 



354 62 



1,553 02 



35 50 
45 36 

73 85 

68 23 

29 40 

2 70 



155 86 



51 00 
4 50 


39 19 
12 00 
15 97 
11 20 
14 00 


15 45 


574 21 



1,110 00 

38 00 


69 77 
90 82 


1,308 59 


126 00 
113 50 
109 11 


517 03 
5 87 
5 69 



7 20 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-175 



!\civclton, !V.S. : ]\'c*v wharf ( '< included. 



Brought forward. 



Yoke o? oxen, Thos. Covert, 17| d. at $1.75, 2 at $2.76 

Brnnen, John 11. : bolts, 336 at 1 .'.«■, 13 at 3c, 12 at lc ; sundries, $4.20 

Crowell, Thomas. : bolts, 909 lbs at Lc ; screws, 70 at 3c : sundry 45c 

Cunningham, C. A. : augers, 2 at $1.75 ; truckage $3.90 ; storage *12 ; sundries $4.56 

Greenwood, £. P., logs and t mber, 5 cargoes at $32 

McKay, -I & J. A : logs, 6,632 1. ft. of 9 and 10 in at 6 . 9,257, 8 x 10. 10 :: 12, 12 \ 12, B M. 

at $12; ballast, 1200 1 ft at 2jc; wh te hemlock, 3 in plank, 9,180 at $12; timber 

I 

Nickerson, Thomas : use of old wharf, $10, less $4.20 not paid 

Robertson, William & Son: iron, 4,912 lbs at 2'65c' 205 at 270c ; rope, 102£ lbs at 17c ; spikes, 

3 kegs at 83.80 ; clinch rings, 100 lbs at 1 l.\e ; dynamite, 25 lbs at 50c : sundry $1.05 

Anchor an 1 horse-hire, $11.50 ; sharpening drills, 51 at 2c, 24 at 5c; 15 lbs at 20c ; freight 

$10.56 ; sundry repairs, etc, $22. L9 

Queen's Printer s account 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



Parker's Cove, N.S. : Extension ol" Wharf. 



Anderson, W H, estimate No 1 to June 30 

Advertisin $76.16, < Queen's Printers accoun $21.38 

Total, carried to page V 5 



Petit de Grat : Reconstruction of Protective Work. 



Foreman. Dominick Boudrot, Oct 2-20, Nov 15-20, 13 d at $2 

Labourers, days at $1 .25 : Boudrot, Alf 4, Andrew 4, Edw (son C G) 4, Jeffrey (son F) U, 
Lamory -V,, Michl 4i, Simon 4 ; Landry, Galeton 5, Isidore 5 A ; Le Blanc, Thos 4 ; Lindon, 
Benj 4 ; Marchand, Hv 4. 1 ,, Simon 4; Sampson, Morah 4, Simon 5; 86 payments under 
$5, $250.82 \ . . " ' 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Thos Le Blanc \, James Murphy l£ 

Boudrot, Wm : 10-in x L'l ft spruce logs, 26 at 00c ; 7-in cross ties, 16 ft long, 30 at 25c 

Gramer, Daniel : bolts, cut and pointed, 740 lbs at 4c 

Landry, Edward : 21 ft spruce & juniper logs 9-in at small end, 40 at 05c ; 7-in dbl cross ties, 
32 ft long, 8 at 40c 

4 payments under $4 : 6-in spruce cross ties, 10 ft long, 10 at 20c, 19 at 15c ; horsehire $] 15 : 
10-in spruce logs, 22 tt long, 2 at 00c 

Total carried to page V — 5 



Picton Light : Reacli Protection. 

Conductor, Duncan Johnson, 19.^ d, at $2 

' larpenters, days at $1.50 : Robt Fraser 12 ; Malcolm McDonald 3 ; Alex McKenzie 3; John 

T McPherson 8 

urers, days at $1.25 : Mathew Francis 2\ ; Geo Jordan 13 ; Wm McKay 8A; Ross Mc- 

on 3 ; Wm McPherson 7 ; Peter Paul Y4 ; Henry Paul 10. 1 , ; John Shea 5 ; Louis 

Thorne V, . 

ron, Jos, hauling pile driver 46 miles 

Scott, Alexander, towing and watering on scow 

Rent of boats and scow, $7; lumber and sawing &c, 812.10; hardware, 80c; sundry outlay, 

$5.25 : '.. 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



S cts. 

877 20 



36 56 

10 65 

11 82 
23 96 

100 00 


585 00 
5 80 


189 53 


49 47 
5 93 


1,955 92 


1,080 00 
97 54 


1,177 54 



20 00 



333 99 

3 00 

23 10 

29 00 

29 20 

8 70 



153 59 



39 00 
39 00 



65 96 

12 00 
10 00 

25 15 

191 11 



Porter's Lake : Dredging and Breakwater at Entrance ->t' Channel. 

Conductor, Henry Myra, 22 d al $1.50 

Labourers, day8 at $1 : Crowell. Alvin eman If, - ; . * >, Samuel 8; 

. Herbert 5£, Simeon 4, West 8£ ; Graham. Win 9f ; 

Sloy, Geo 2 ; Mclnnis, Neil 2f ; McDonald, John : , ! : Pal maid 1, 

; ly 7 . . . 

Carte:- ■ $2: Graham, Isaac L Lemu I ; Sloy, G 

s : Myra, Jas 1 1! ; vlackinnis, Neal .'. ; Patterson, Sandy 1 ' ~ ■ 

Myra, .lames : logs, 16 of 6-in small end, 24 ft long al 60c, 22 of 8-in small end 14 ft long at 

50c, L of 10-in dia spruce at 60u ; 124 pea ballast floor 3-iu spruce plank, 500 

ft b m at $9 ; 4-in spruce, 100 pes at 5c ; spikes and bol 

Total, canied to page V — 5 



32 98 



93 :>0 


71 00 







V-176 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Port Hlllord, N.S : Breakwater. 

Reid and Archibald, estimate No 1 to June 30 

Suttis, Whitman, services as inspector, May 18- June 30, 38 d at 82 

Advertising $45.21, Queen's Printer account $19.98 

Total, carried to page V — 5 

Port Mood : Repairs to Wliarf. 

Foreman, Samuel Smith, Oct 20-Dee 13, 1899, 25 d at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Bell, Jno R 4 ; Murphy, Raymond Sh ; McDonald, Alex R 9, R J 
17 ; Mclsaac, Hy Ah, John 6 ; McKay, Arch 11 ; McLellan, Alex 8 ; McNeil, Danl 8|, 
John Sh ; Smith, Ernest 20 ; Watts, Clarence 4, Geo 12, Isaiah 13, John 7 ; Whitby, 
Angus 6 : 7 payments under $4, $19.38 i 

Man with double team, Geo Smith, 20 d at $2.75 

Men with single teams, days at $2 : John R Bell 3 ; Alex McLellan 3 ; Fred W Smith 2 . . . 

Fraser, A S : iron at 3jc, 367 lbs of 1 in, 400 lbs of § in , 

Fraser, Alex : 22 ft piles, 2 at $1.25 ; repairing derrick, $1.50 : use of hammer $8 

Hart, J L : wharf piles, 6 of 22 ft at $1.25, 8 of 14 ft at $1 

Mclnnes, Ronald : 1 in iron, cut and pointed, 367 lbs at $2.50 ; plank fastenings of § in iron, 
10 in long, 300 lbs at $2.50 ; bolts &c, $1.95 

Mclsaac, Angus : spruce sticks 8 of 14 ft at $1 ; 22 ft hardwood sticks, 2 at $1.25 

Mclsaac, Duncan : 4 in plank, 500 ft at $42 

McLean, D F : 4 in plank. 2007 ft at $4.20 a 100 ; wharf piles 8 in at top, 6 of 22 ft hardwood 
at $1.25, 6 of 14 ft spruce at $1 ; spikes, 83 lbs at 4c ; pointed bolts, 325 lbs at 2fc ; steel 
bars, 54 lbs at 6c ; cutting and pointing steel bars, 36c ; rope, 25 lbs at 18c ; cross cut saws, 
2 at $2 ; augers, 4 at 80c, 2 at 65c 

Stone, 162J, yds at 50c, $81.17, paid as follows : Jno R Bell $22.50 ; Wm Murphy $7.67 ; R 
J McDonald, $5 ; Alex McLellan, $8 ; John McLellan. $7 ; Jno A Smith, $10 ; Clarence 
Watts, $21 

12 payments under $9 : piles 17 of 22 ft long at $1.25, 4 of 16 ft at $1 ; smithwork, $7.70 ; 
truckage of hammer, $8 ; iron plank fastenings, 165 lbs. at 2|c ; | in rd iron, 189 lbs at 
3f c ; hardware, $10 . 90 : postage and stationery $1 40 : magistrates fee, 60c . . 

Total, carried to page V— 5 ' 



Port Latou] 



: Stone Breakwater: June 21 to July 15, Sept. 1 1 to 30, 
Oct. 1 to Nov. 8. 



Foreman and chief stoneman, Wm S Huskin, (56 ' 4 d at $2.50 

Conductor, H D Smith, 67 ' 3 d at 82 

Stone-cutters, days at $1.50: Bethell, Benj. 34' 2 ; Crowell, Audley oSh, Chas. E. 1535, Geo 
L. 16, Thos W. 38 05: Huskins H 51; Lamrock, Chas. 56*35; Purdy, John Oil '8; 
Smith, Arch. C. 44 8, John, 17* ; Snow, Arthur N. 50 "95, Louis C 57 3 ; Wilson, Wn 
41£ ; Worthen, S C 4605 

Derrick stone-men, days at $1.37| : Wm A Madden 11*55 ; Samuel Reynolds 14 '6 

Carpenters, Nathaniel Smith, 1 d"at $1.50 ; Carter, Reuben Harris, 48 * 05 d at $3 

Carters : L Black, 20' 8 d at $2 ; Edw'd Crews, 28 3 d at $2.25 ; Henry S Nickerson, 5U d at 
$2.25 

Captains of scow, days at $1.50 : Geo L Crowell 19 '8, Howard S Snow 13 '7 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Atwood, Marsden 15 05 ; Beth well, Walter 81; Blades, Geo A 4 ; 
Bower, T R 35 15 ; Bremner, H'y, 9 45; Chatwood, Thos 5 : Christie, John 7, Thos B. 
7 95 : Council, David 10, Geo S. llf ; Crowell, Bernard 11 8, Ed K 18|, E P 11 8, Geo 
L 3 4, James 7, Jonatham 8|, S W 4 1, Seth S lOf, Thos. R 5| ; Gardner, Thos 9 45 ; 
Huskins, Herbert 46 9, Jos A 60^; Lamrock, Jas H 5^, Josiah 53 85; Madden, Arthur 
11*95, Wm M10'2; McGray, Avard 13 6, Herbert E 41: Nickerson, Albert 3, James 
W2165, JohnF 4 15, Syl, 21 8; Penny, Louis. 9 95; Purdy, David 9f, Howard 10, 
Leslie 4, Nath. 9 45, Oscar, 9 35; Reynolds, Andrew 21*45, Clifford 8, L. 8 "95, Seth 9|, 

• Wesley C. 39 05 ; Salsbury, E 22 9, Thos, 13 "35 ; Smith, Archie 12 4, Jas A 1, Thos D 
18f, John 4"15, Leslie 10*35, Lewellvn 2, Wm H, 15*4, Wm M. 6*7, Snow, David 11*4. 
Swaine, Chas. N 13*55, Geo P. 13*55, Howes, 14 6, Josiah 4, S N. 17*55 ; Thomas, Enoch 
19 * 35, Wilson Wm 16^ ; Worthen, Alex 11 * 2, Theodore 11 * 35 

Gardner, J A : feathers and plugs, 276 lbs at 30c ; drills, 156J lbs at 25c ; sharpening drills, 
2,716 at 2c ; sundry smithwork, $19.69 

McKay, J H and Jas A : spruce, 1,005 ft at $9 ; cartage, $3 .. 

Sholds, C O : logs, 240 ft at 4^c ; iron, 69 lbs at 2^c 

Smith, D & Co : cement, 3 bbls at $3.75 ; manilla, 41 lbs at 16c ; B wire, 440 lbs at 4^c ; 
shovels, 6 at 70c ; wire«rope, 96 lbs at 5|c ; posts, 162 at 6c ; hire of 2 anchors and chain, 
$5 ; sundry lumber, $22.73 ; hardware, $14.85 

Smith, H D : 3 in manilla, 210 lbs at life ; 12 blocks, $36.58 ; 6 in knees, 38 at 60c ; shingles 
3 M at $1.60 ; lumber, $8.50; hardware, $17.17 ; telephone messages, $2.50 ; postage and 
stationery, $2.12 ; cartage and freight, $16.40 t 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

2,100 00 
76 00 
65 19 



2,241 19 



50 00 



203 15 
55 00 
16 00 
24 93 
12 00 
15 50 

18 63 

10 50 
21 00 



126 64 

81 17 

65 47 
699 99 



166 00 
134 60 



803 61 

35 95 

145 65 

227 88 
50 25 



1,052 17 

195 82 
12 04 
12 53 



99 64 

135 54 
3,076 68 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-177 



Port La tour: Stone Breakwater— Continued. 
Brought forward . 



Spinney, E K : 2.^ in wire rope, 450 lbs at o! 2 v ; ,',., chain, :>■•>() lbs at 4.tc, g in chain, 299 lbs 
at 4.',c ; 7 in galv. spikes, 300 lbs at 5c ; 1 doz gal v. shackles, sii.:,(i ■ 2 in manilla, 45 lbs 
at Life ; v iron, 800 lbs at 81.90 ; sundry hardware, $12.13 

Horse hire, hauling drills &c, $2 ; rent of road for conveying materials to Breakwater, $8 ; 
Bmi th work, $2.85 ; hardware $8.96 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



Port TIail land, N.S., Repairs to Breakwater: 
June 1 to 21. 



Sept. 1 to Oct. 21, 



Conductor, James C Moses, 60 days at 82 

Labourers, days at -SI. 25 : Ernest Bain 17£ ; HP Bain 42A ; Jacob Bethune 31^ ; Norman 

Crosby 9i ; Atwood Ellis 26 ; Augustus Jeffrey 13^ ; Benj. Perry 35^ ; Geo. Piper 412 ; 

Rupert Porter 364; ; Vincent Raymond 39£ ; John Sanders 13 ; Edward Sinclair 16j ; 

Kinsman Sollous 22f ; Oscar Tedford 24 

Carters, days at $1.25 : Ernest Allen 13i ; Stephen Allen 2 ; Samuel Moses 26j ; David Perry 

17', ; Bradford Redding 104 " 

Teams, days at $1.25 : Ernest Allen 13i ; 1 Moses 14^ ; David Perry 15 ; Bradford Redding 

10J " 

Allen, G F, spruce, 3,158 ft at $9.50 , 

Ohrischell, Benj, spruce logs, 1,180 ft at 5c, 1,395 ft at 4c 

Crowell, S A : f and £ in ref iron, 2,912 lbs at 3c, 1 in 2,025 lbs at 2|c; clinch rings, 62£ lb 

at 12c ; augers, assorted, $6.05 ; sundries, $3.71 

Ellis, Josiah : spruce logs, 3,427 ft at 5c, 1,150 ft at 4c ; spruce knees, 13 at 90c ; rent of 

anvil, $1 ; hardware and lumber, $3.95 

( Soudey, Geo. M : bolts and dumps, 4,500 lbs at lc ; smithwork &c, $5.40 

Goudey & Crosby : 11 x 11 spruce timber, 4,500 ft at $11 ; hd wood plank, $1.17 ; 47 lbs rope 

$7.21 

Goudey, I H : labour of men, 83.81 ; freight on 8,950 ft creosoted timber $21 

Killam Bros : telegrams, 27c ; B and M R R $36.99, back charges $46. 90 ; schr Roland $56.08 ; 

postage com &c, $0.41 ; freight and expenses $57 .86 , 

Little, W W : 4 in plank, 6 to 16 in wide, 12 ft long, 11,016 ft at $36.50 

Porter, N S : spruce logs, 10 in dia. 2,390 ft at 5c, 8 in dia, 105 ft at 3c; ballast poles, 110 at 

15c ; spruce covering, 3,800 ft at $11 

Porter & Thurston : hardware, $3.04 ; truckage &c, $7.02 

Spinney, E K : 1 in common iron, 430 lbs at $2.75, 1,004 lbs at $2.60 ; spikes and rings, $7.31 

Total , carried to page V — 5 . . ..." 



Port Medway, N.S., Repairs to Rreakwater : Dec. 11 to Jan. 10. 

Foreman, Jacob Hiltz, 24 days at $2 

Carpenter, LeBaron Atkins, 24 d at $1 . 50 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Atkins, R8; Baker, H 5; Cohoon, E 8; Foster, A 12; Gaskill, 
M 4 ; Hiltz, Jas 17 ; Hopkins, B 8, R. 6 ; Hurnish J, 5 ; Leaman W, 8 ; Morne, A 12, 
H 17 ; McConnell A. 12 ; Smith I. 12 

Cohoon J, stone 100 tons at 36c 

Dailey, J H, heading and pointing bolts, 1,514 lbs at lie 

Hutt, J : logs 10 in dia, 500 ft at 4c ; stone, 50 ton at 36c ; hardware &c, $5.60 

Robertson W & Son, ref iron, 1,517 lbs at $2.40 ; ss Lady Glover freight, $1 .50 

Spruce and hemlock logs, 8 to 10 dia 2,350 ft at 4c ; paid as follows : — Ed. Hiltz $4 ; James 
Hubley $30 ; Willis Hubley $30 ; J P Mitchell $30 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Port moutou, Queen's Co., TV. S., Apl. 10 to June 27. 

Conductor, Chas B. Leslie, 48£ d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1 .50 : A. Leslie 45 4 ; E. Leslie 41J. . . 

Blacksmith, A. Huskins, 168 d. at 81 50 , 

Team and teamster, days at 82 : E. Leslie h ; J. E. Payzant lh 

Labourers, days at 81.25: A. Cook 35 15; G. Cook 41^; G. C. Leslie 44 '35; S. Leslie, 

23 85 : W. Leslie 9 '45 ; Jas. Nickerson 37^ ; Jos. Nickerson 7 '45 ; E. Payzant 43 1 ; .1. 

E. Payzant 21 4; E. Wagner 131 

Bain, J. L., 3-in. plank, 20.727 ft. at 812 ; logs, small end 9-10 in. 5,388 ft. at 6c, 12-in. 210 

ft. at 7c, 6-in. 2,160 ft at 2c ; square timber, 8 x 10—12 x 12, 14,256 ft at 815 

Cook, G., stone, 250 ton at 20c ; Leslie E., stone, 250 ton at 20c 

Neville, M., logs, 102 at 81.50 ; freight and wharfage on iron and derrick, 817 ; sundries, $2.10 

Carried forward 

1— 12v 



$ cts. 
3,076 <58 

103 38 
21 81 



3,201 87 



$ cts. 
120 00 

461 55 

87 80 

67 18 

30 00 

114 80 

155 21 

234 00 
50 40 

57 88 
24 81 

204 51 

402 08 

180 95 
10 06 
45 23 



2,246 46 



48 00 
36 00 


67 50 

36 00 
22 71 
43 60 

37 91 



94 00 



485 72 



97 00 

25 21 

4 00 



345 54 

843 74 
100 00 

17L> 10 



1,717 58 



V-178 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Port Mo ii ion. Queen's Co., N.S. — Concluded. 
Brought forward .... 



Robertson, Win., ref. iron, £ and 1-in., 4,900 lbs at $2.65, 1^-in. 200 at $2.70 ; wire spikes, 3 
k. at $3.80 ; l-m clinch rings, 100 lbs, $11.50 

Seldon, F. L. & Son, 1 keg powder, $5.25 ; rope, 02 lbs at 19c ; steel, 22 lbs at 1.8c ; sundries 
$14.75 

Thompson, T. F., hire of derrick, 62 d. at 50c ; 58J lbs. rope, $6.41 ; truckage, 90c 

Queen's Printer's account 

Bolt ends, 51, $8; freight, $6.53; hire of stove, $2.50; use of forge and anvil, $5; sun 
dries, $1.43 



Total, carried to page V — 5 . 



Read Head, Rose way, Shelburne Co., N.S. 

Expenditure, April 1 — May 25. 

Conductor, Frederick W. Doane, 39 d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Cook, J as 11, Jos. 204 ; Doane, Jas. 22§, Rufus 25, Saml 254, Wal- 
ker 104, Willard 8, W. F. 25 ; Golden, J. 26 ; Hagar, A. 30 ; Littlewood, Geo. 184, Gil- 
bert 154, Jas. 28|, John 5, Leon 4 ; Munroe, G. 1 ; McKenney, A. 294, Chas 8, Ed. 12, 
John 164, Wm. 7 ; Perry, Alex 10, Allen 16, Chas 19, Edgar 26, Elisha" 224, G. L 25, Jas. 
13£, J. K 33, Lester 30, Maxime 29, Richard 25, Wm 14, W. G. 4 ; Swaine, Thos. 114; 
Whitman, A. 23, Geo. 19 



Teamster, Jas. Perry, 20 d. at $1.50 ; boys, days at 75c: McKenney, E. 12 ; Perry D. 21. . 

Atwood, H., sharpening and delivering iron for dump bolts, 1,143 lbs at l£c 

Doane Rufus, logs, small ends 7-in. 420 ft at 2\c 

Doane, Saml., 16 spiles, 12 ft. x 8-in. diam. at 4c, $7.68 ; 50 ballast poles, 12 ft x 5-in. diam 

at 14c, $9 ....... 

Doane West, 100 ballast poles, 12 ft x 5-in. diam. at l|c., $18 ; 40 spiles, 12 ft x8-in. diam. at 

4c, $19.20 ; sharpening iron for dump bolts, 2,728 lbs at lc 

Greenwood, Ed. P., freighting logs, 425 at 50c ; freighting iron, $3,55 

McKay, J H & J. A., 450 logs, making 9,350 ft at 5jc ; 201 ft plank at $9 

Perry, Edward, 8 spiles, 12 ft x 8-in. diam. at 4c 

Perry, Jas , 50 ballast poles, 12 ft x 5-in. diam. at l^c, $9 ; boating and hauling iron, $3 . . . . 
Perry, J. K., 130 ballast poles, 12 ft x 5-in. diam at l$c, $23.40 ; 16 spiles, 12 ft x 8-in at 4c, 

$7.68; hauling plank andiron, $3; tools, $1 

Robertson, Wm. & Son, f com. iron, 4,000 lbs at $2.35 ; rope, 80 lbs at 174c ; tools etc, $16. . 
Whitman Geo. 50 ballast poles, 12 ft x 5-in, diam. at ljc, $9 ; 10 logs, making 120 ft at 3c . . . 
Spruce and hemlock ballast poles, 570, 12 ft x 5-in diam at l|c per ft ; Littlewood, G $18. 

James $27 ; Perry, A $9, Edwin $18, Hugh $9.90 ; Whitman, A. $20.70 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



River Hebert, N.S.: Wliarf. 

Tingley John W, contract complete $1,195 ; less $750 paid in 1898-99 (see page Q— 124). 
Wood Chas R, services as inspector, 20 d at $2 , 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



River John, N.S.: Wharf. 



Land for wharf, Mary L Kitchin. 

Little W. W, inspecting creosoted timber . 
Legal services : W B Ross re site 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



Salmon River, N.S. 

Burrill Estate, wharf (including site) 166| ft x 24 ft, average approximate height, 14 ft 

Deveau N., purchasing timber, 10 d. at $2 

Spruce logs, small ends 9-10 in, 5171 ft at 4^c, 9 in. 1853 at 4c, 8-9 in. 1180 at 3c, ballast poles, 

5 in. 3024 ft at l|c ; paid as follows :— J. Clemence $12.60 ; B. Comeau $26.31 ; J. P. 

Comeau $16.48; C. C. Deveau $10.26: E. Deveau" $17.68 ; M. J. Deveau $21.35 ; E. 

Durkee $10.80 ; C. LeBlanc $145.58 ; C. Martin $10.50 ; H. Melan son $21.56 ; T. Melan- 

son $10.57 ; J. W. Perce $11.55 ; A. P. Perry $10.50 ; E. Porter $10.50 ; 7 small accounts. 

$43.76 

Total, carried to page V 7 -5 



$ cts. 
1,717 58 

158 15 

35 74 

38 31 

8 33 

23 46 



1,981 57 



78 00 



837 41 
54 75 
14 28 
10 50 

16 68 

64 48 

216 05 

516 60 

3 84 

12 00 

35 08 

124 00 

12 60 

102 60 



2,098 87 



445 00 
40 00 



485 00 



400 00 

3 98 

45 96 



449 94 



2,000 00 
20 00 



380 00 



2,400 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT . EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-179 



Sandford, (or Cranberry Bead) Breakwater : Expenditure, June 20 

July 9, July 2 1 Oct. 7, June 5 22 



Conductor, Lewis Churchill, 84'8 d. at $2. . 
Labourer, [srael McKinnon, LI '8 d. at $1.7E 
Lab 



Aniasa Tre.fry, 67*5 d. at $1.50 



ourers, days at $1.25: T. Cann, 13'9 ; K. Churchill 13"4 ; 11. Durkee 2.5; J. Deveau 57*9 ; 
J. Elridge 24*4 ; G. Harris 9*3 ; R. Landers 7*8 ; -I. McCrae 36'4; G. Rodney 20; <; 
Shaw 7 ; A. Shidley 9'3; A. Trash 6'8 ; C. Trash 6'8 ; J. Tedford 8; <;. Thurston 9'8 
Teamsters, d*ys at $1.25: <; Beveridee 44*3 ; H. Churchill 61 "3 ; W. Churchill 137 ; A 
Durkee 21 '5 ; E. Foote 24"4 ; J. Tedford 17*4 ; H. Thurston 1<)\S ; J. Thurston 13*9 



Teams, days at $1.25 : G. Beveridge32*8 ; H. Churchill 407 ; W. Churchill 9*3; .). Tedford 
5*9; J. Thurston 6-5; H. Thurston 10-8 

( Irowell, S. A., | in ref. iron, 1505 lbs at $2.50, 1515 lbs at $2.35 ; clinch rings, 25 lbs'at'i2c. " 

Spinney, E. K., clinch rings, 100 lbs at O.'.c, 113.! at 10c, 55 at 12c, 29 at 14c ; I in ref. iron 
2020 lbs at $1.85, 3415 at $1.90,2028 at $2.25, "1021 at §2.40, 1510 at $2.75 ; rope, 39 lbs at 
lie ; spikes, st. 1 keg, §2.50, wire, 2 kegs 128 lbs, $10.16 ; tools, etc, $17.52 

Spruce logs, 11919 ft of 9 in at small end at 5c, 9292 ft of 8 in at 4c, 166 ft of 8 in at 3c, 27 ft 
of (i in at 3c : poles, 4 in small end, 383 at 15c ; 3 in plank, 11050 ft at $11 ; 5 in birch 
plank, 500 ft at $13 ; 9 \ 9 in knees, 9 at $1 ; 10 x 10 in timber, 2200 ft at $13, 2400 ft at 
$12, 3592 ft at $10; 10 x 12 in timber, 340 ft at $12; paid as follows :— Thos Cann 
$ 1! 12. 52, Comfort & Clements $99, J. Clements $226.94, Ed. Crosby $87.45, Edgar Lan- 
ders $226.94, Jacob Tedford $179.12, Josiah Tedford $17(5.93, C. C. Winter $70.48 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



ets. 



bin no 
121 90 



291 do 

2(12 SS 

L32 is 

76 2:; 

279 Si) 



1,205 38 



Saulnierville Breakwater: June 5 to 25, 1900. 

Conductor, Mande Bonnanfint, 18 days at $2 

Comeau, A. H.: rd ref. iron, 848 lbs at 3c ; wrot spikes, 100 lb.« 
ware $1. 75 



.85; 2 augers $2.30 ; hard 



Comeau, Narcisse : carpenter Of d. at $1 ; 6-in spruce logs, 476 ft at lie. ........... . 

Comeau, Valerie B, spruce logs : 6-in, 641 ft at l^c ; 8 to 10-in, 4 tons 11 ft, at $3 a ton .. 

Cotreau, Mathurin, labour 5| d. at $1, team 3 d. at $2 

Doucett, Belance, spruce logs: 6-in, 671 ft at l^c ; 8 to 10-in, 4 tons 21 ft at $3 a ton. .... . '. 

Melanson, Mathurin, carpenter 14 days at $1 

Saulnier, Acliboire : labour 10 d. at $1, team 2h d. at $2 ; 6-in spruce logs, 284 ft at He 

Saulmer Marc C, labour 9 d. at $1, team 1 d. at $2 

Saulnier, Marcial : carpenter 16£ d. at $1.50; spruce logs, 376 ft of 6-in at Hc,'2H' tons 'of 8 

to 9-in at $3 

Thimatre, Jos : carpenter 4 d. at $1 ; spruce logs, 158 ft of 6-in at He, iff tons of 9-in at" $3 
25 items under $10 each ; carpenters 86| d. at $1, labour 58+ d. at $1 ; 9-in loes, 1 ton at S3 • 

6-in logs, 868 1 ft at l±c 

Total carried to page V— 5 



2,509 96 



Sawpit Wliarf, N.S. : May 18-June 30, 1900. 

Conductor, Jas Morash 37 d at $2, less $29.61 over-expenditure 

Labourer, days at $1 .50, Phebeau Crowse, 10£ 

Labourers, days at $1.40 : Berringer, Danl 8, David 3, Elijah 5, Geo 3, Thos 12| • Deinone 

Jacob 7 ; Morash, Arch 20|, Bernard 16^ ; Rafuse, Geo 24^ ; Rhodenhiser, Freeman 15i '; 

Schwartz, Edw 11 ; Smeltzer, John 10| 

Ox teams and drivers, days at $3 : Henry Berringer 5^, Thos Berringer 12, Freeman Rhod en 

hiser 4 

Eisenhaur, Jas & Co : scantling, 153 ft at He ; spruce, 400 ft at He ; rope, 34 lbs at 20c 
Hamm & Kedy : hemlock, 11403 ft at $12, 7112 ft of 3-in at $9 ; spruce, 906 ft at $14 ; logs 

1740 ft at 8c ; rafting and making boom of logs for towing, $5 

Naas, Geo : towing raft of logs and deal from Mahone Bay to Sawpit Wharf, 10 miles 

Powers, Frank : bar iron, 920 lbs at 3Jc ; 52 bolts and nuts, 328 lbs at 6c ; spikes, 4 kegs at 

$4 ; sundries, $4.10 

Romkey, VV L : use of pile driver, 9 d at $1 .50 

4 payments under $10 : srr.ithwork, $9.94 ; cartage, 8 Ids at 25c ; 5 iogs, 60* ft at 6c : sundry 

lumber, $4 . 25 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Shag Harbour Wharf, N.S. : April 2 3 -June 27. 

Conductor, W. S. Huskins, 50" 2 d. at $2 50 

Carpenters, J. A. Huskins, 29 7 d. at $1 75, 195 at $1.50 ; j. A. 'Nickerson, 28 : 3 d'. at SI 50 : 
J. Stoddart, 16'5 d. at $1.50 

Stonemason, Albert Watt, 11 1 d at $1 .50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Crowell, C. O. 19 3; Banks, 1\ A. 5 ; Doty \V 31 • Greenwood 
Jas. 1, Joseph 8; Kendricks, D. 12, S. W. 36 5; Kenney, H. 3 ;' Nickerson, A. 11 8' 
Chas. A. 45, Chas. 35, J. A. 15 5, JSol. 17, W. H. 6"5 ; Smith, A. 35 5, I'.. 28, J. G. 435 

Carried forward 

1-1 2Jv 



36 00 

34 34 

13 89 
26 93 
11 75 
23 63 

14 00 
19 20 
11 00 

36 83 
11 54 

160 76 

399 93 



44 39 
15 38 



192 15 



65 25 


15 09 


357 71 


25 00 


71 98 


13 50 


1!) 7!) 


820 24 



148 42 

16 1 15 



402 57 



693 14 



V-180 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Snag Harbour Wharf. N.S. — Concluded. 
Brought forward . ... 



Kenney, 18 2; W. Miller, 59; S. Nicker- 
logs 272 at 65c ; sq timber 25 ps at 65c ; deals, 



Teamsters with team or oxen, days at $2.50 : H 

son 2 ' 5 

Brooks, Geo W & Wm, freighting from Jordan : 

421 at 10c k 

Cunningham, John C : timber 2196 ft at $12 

Gammon, John R : screw bolts, 577i lbs at 6rrc ; bolts and washers, 443 lbs at 5c ; sharpening 

drills, 113 at 2c ; plates and dumps, 55^ lbs at 8c ; freight, 50c ; sundry smith work, $7.89 ; 

less 329 lbs of iron at $2.85 per cwt, $9.37 

Mooren & Seldon : spruce logs, 6832 ft at 5ic ; 8 x 10 spruce, 3335 ft at $13 ; spruce, 3x7 and 

up, 15229 ft at $12. 50 " 

Robertson, A C : making screw bolts, 281 lbs at 4c ; sundry smith work, $17 .84 

Robertson, Wm : § and 1-in iron, 5413 lbs at $2.65 ; 7-in wire spikes, 3 kegs at $3.80 ; § clinch 

rings, 125 lbs at ll^c ; 1^-in refd iron, 205 lbs at 2 '7c ... 

7 payments under $10 : loading and carting, $20.75 ; oil casks, 10 at 50c; freight $6.71 ; 6 

weeks' hire of boat, $1.50; telephones, $2.05; lumber, $4.85; 2 lbs powder, 50c; 8 yds 

fuse, 40c ; 1 lb oakum, 12c ; hardware, 
Queen's Printer's account 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Spencer's Island Breakwater, May 21 -June 26. 

Conductor, Nathan Duff, 27| d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1 .75 : D. Loomer 24i ; G. Loomer 25J 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : J. Grant 20^ ; J. A. Knowlton 24i ; R. Spicer 8 ; days at $1.40 

B. Spicer, 20\ 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : H. Morris 17 ; R. Porter 13 

Horse and cart, N. J. Spicer 1 d. $1 . 50 ; horse, days at $1 : J. A. Knowlton, 3f ; G. Loomer, 3| 
De Wolf, I. W. making iron bolts, 1024 lbs at jc ; lengthening 18 s. bolts, $3.50; sundry 

smith work, $4 . 55 . . . 

Elderkin, A. C. & C. W. iron, 1459 lbs at $3.25 ; 2 augers, $4.50 ; bolts and washers, 128 at 

4|c ; bolt heads, 18c ; spikes, wire, 5 kegs at $4 ; wrought, 1 at $4.50 

Spicer, P. L., spruce logs, 1605 ft x 10 in. diain. at 6c, 1204 f t x 9 in. diam. at 5c ; sawed spruce 

at $12, 3168 ft 8 x 8, 1725 ft 10 x 10 ; spruce plank, 23653 ft at $11 ; less, 376 lbs. iron at 

$2.90 



$ cts. 
693 14 

66 50 

235 15 

26 35 

65 40 

609 47 
29 08 

174 75 



45 76 
5 33 



1,950 93 



Total, carried to page V— 5 



Suinmerville, Hants Co., N.S. : May 28-June 23. 

Conductor, Richard W. McNealy, 20* d. at $2 

Sub-conductor, Daniel Caldwell, 1H d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : B. Caldwell 12 ; N. Crossley 12| ; W. Harvie 14^ ; G. Mosher 13£ 
Labourers, days at $1.40: J. Armstrong 4| ; E. Brown 12; B. Card 1; E. Crowell 12^; C, 

Hill 2 ; F. Mosher h ; H. Mosher 12| ; G. Tavicker 7| 

Hewers, days at $1.45:" Jer. Lake 3|; T. B. Mosher 5| 

Teamster and team, days at $2 : E. E. Masters f ; F. Mosher 3^ ; T. B. Mosher 1 ; days at 

$2.50, L. Marsters 2f ; T. B. Mosher 1 d. with scow also, $3 

Caldwell, D., iron, 369 lbs at 3c ; timber, 2149 ft at $11 ; tools, $2.80.. '. 

Crowe, C. E.,3-in spruce planks, 16010 ft. at $8.90, 3-in hemlock plank, 573 ft. at $7.50. . 
Dimock & Armstrong, r. iron. 991 lbs at $2.75; Marsters, C. L., sticks timber, 9 at 50c, 2 

at 25c 



Mosher, Thos. B., 40 tons stone ballast at 40c 

Smith, L. M., logs, 30-32 ft x 9 to 11-in diam. at 4c, 20-30 f t x 7 to 8i-in diam. at 3ic ; timber 

10 x 10, 2800 ft at $12 

Young, Alex, spikes, 3| keg at $3 . 40, 5 at $3 . 05 ; machine oil, 33c 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Swim's Point, N.S. : Wharf. 

Foreman, John F Duncan, June 17-30, 10 d at $2 ; less $8.50 appropriation over-expended. . . 

Carpenters : Jer Brannen, 8 d at $1.50 ; Thos W Covert. 10 d at $2 ; John T Duncan, 2 d 
at $2. . . , 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Atkinson, Harrington 6; Crowell, Wm 10 ; Goodwin, Freeman 10 
Nehemiah 10 ; Nickerson, Joshua 7^, Vincent 10 ; Ross, Amasa 85 ; Smith, Jas 10, John 
C C 10, Stewart 8 ; Stoddart, Amial 10, Epheran 10 , 

Brannen, J B : use of scow, 30 d at 50c , 



55 00 
87 50 

107 84 

37 49 

9 00 

15 73 

82 36 

464 50 



Total, carried to page V— 5 



859 42 



41 00 
20 12 

78 36 


74 20 
13 76 


20 37 

37 50 

146 77 


32 27 
16 00 


93 00 

28 33 


601 68 


11 50 


36 00 


137 49 
15 00 


199 99 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-181 



St. Ann's, IVortli River: WhaiTat Seymour l*oint. 

McDonald, Hugh, contract complete $2,1 is ; Less difference in cost on account <>f substitution 
of 303 ft of native timber for oreosoted timber ^s 1 ;.:;:). and 1700 paid in L898-99, page Q — 125 

McDonald, Murdock, services as inspector, July and Aug, 32 d at IS 

bfcLeod, Donald, land for approach to wbarf 

Legal services, W B Ross 

T< >tal, carried to page V— 5 



Tancook Island: Rebuilding Breakwater, April 10-OTay 29. 



travelling expenses, purchasing 

Cross, A 



laterials for 



Bersler, B. 221 



Conductor, A. II. Stevens, 37f d. at |2 

breakwater, $15.75 ' ' ' ' 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Baker, O. 2 ; Covey, E. 1 ; Cross, A. 1, David 

Thos. 7: Hutt, L 18 ; Langille. J 104, Owen, 11 .'., Steph 2, Titus !).',; Mason, H 

Stanley 3 ; Stevens, D. 8, Rand 1(5, Win 13.'. ; Wilson, R 6£, Wm 1 

Joiners, daysat$1.25 : Covey Wm .', ; Hersler, Et. \ ( M, ; Langille, B. 15, Joshua 8 j Mason, J 16 

Barry, Stephen, 3 in. hemlock plank, 16060 ft. at $8 ; 7x7 h. timber, 1437 ft. at 89 

Black Bros. & Co., 6 augers, $5.80 ; blk. chain, 133 lbs., 86.32 ; 2 double blocks, -84.50 ; man 

rope, (i'» lbs. at 18c ; 3 peaveys at $1.50 ; ref iron, 3000 lbs at 2^c : various tools etc $14.03 

Earnst, Nathan, logs 43 at 60c, 18 at 75c, 38 at 81 

Ham. O. A., 1500 trenails at slO ; wharfage, 81.75 ; Hennigar, E., logs, 7 at 81, 43 at 75c 

Langille, J., logs, so at $1, 20 at 75c ; Neisner, W. logs, 25 at $1 ' 

Pearl, 1)., smith work, si 2. 75 : Slaughen white, H. freight, 129 logs at 25c, ballast 51c .... 

Whalen, J. logs, 12 at $1, 13 at 75c ; Wilson, W., 75 log's at 25c 

Young, Freeman, plank, 17500 ft at 81 ; freight, 82.30 

Ballast, 53 tons at 17c ; brush 7 Ids. at $1, wharfage etc 81.68 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Tatamauouclie Wharf, N.S. : June 1-27. 

Conductor, S. Mattatall, 16 d. at 82 ; J. L. Mattatall, services, purchasing materials, 3 d. at $2 
Labourers, days at 81.25: MacPherson, H 8| ; McBumie, R6; Mattatall, J Sh, Webster 3 

Wesley 8 ; Millard, A 2 " 

Labourers with horse and cart, days at $2 ; McBurnie, R li ; Mattatall, J H, WVsley 4, also 

horse hire 5 d. at 50c 

Clarke. Geo., refined iron, 194i lbs at 3^c ; wire spikes, 2 kegs at 84 

Langill Shepherd, sp. plank, 10,472 ft at 812 ; sp. guards, 15 at 50c 

Mattatall, Wesley, ballast, 43 tons at 10c 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Trout Cove, IMgby, N.S. : Breakwater new bloek. 

S M Dakin : insp. July and Aug. 32 d at 82.50 ; conductor, Oct. 2 to Nov. 10, 25 "63 d at 82.50 

Blacksmith, Tuttle Graham 28j d at 81.50 ; borer, Chas. Graham 27^ d at xl.4<> 

Carpenters, days at 81.50: Darius Farnsworth, 25§, Hy Graham 21 y, C H Morehouse 27, 

Alfred Ward 26y 

Carpenteis, days at *1.40 : Elihu Porter 15| 

Laborers, days at 81.25 : Wm. Cossaboom 8£, Morton Dakin 18, Albert Lloyd 17^, Oran 

Wagner. 14i ; payments under 810, 829.97 

Carters, days at 82 : Morel Farnsworth 7], Delancey Graham 9i, John Mailman 8^ ; 3 pay 

ments under $5, $9.50 » 

Cossaboom, Wm : spruce logs, 357 ft of 11 in at top at 5c, 932 ft of 9-in at 3c, 630 ft of 7-in at 2c 

Dakin, Forman : spruce logs, 250 ft of lO^-in at top at 4c 

Morehouse, C H : spruce logs, 280 ft. of 11-in at top at 5c, 800 ft of 9-in at 3c, 700 ft of 7-in at 2c 
Sabeau, Leslie : spruce logs, 114 ft of 10-in at top at 3£c, 340 ft of 9-in at 3c, 495 ft of 7-in at 2c 
Thorne, W H & Co : iron, 1529 lbs of com. at $2.15, 1025 lbs of ,4-in refd at $2.60 ; 1-in clinch 

rings, 30 lbs at 13ic ; peevie, $1.25 : auger, $1 

Small payments : s| truce logs, 10-in at top, 155 ft at 3ic ; freight, 82.14 ; chalk 22c; 2 lbs 

clinch rings, 28c 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Upper Port Latour: Wharf, June <> Sept. 19. 

Conductor, Chris Sholds, 35*6 d at $2, less 810 deducted for over-expenditure.. 

Carpenter, days at 82 : John A Christie 55 '6 . 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 ; Wm Chisholm 15-2, Wm II Dowling 44'2, Geo H Snow 8, Robert 
Stoddart i3 

Labourers, days at 81.25 : Nickerson, Chas 9, Wm 15; Sawn, Josiah8'6; Sholds, David 18 '1, 
Fenwick 101 ; Slate, Benj 44 l ; Smith. Wm E 15'6; Snow, Benj 11 16, .lames C 9*2j 
12 payments under $10, $55.08 

Teams, days at $2 : Edw Nickerson 1, Conrad Powell 10-4 



275 02 

22 80 



Carried for 



590 >2 



AUDITOR GEN ERA US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Upper Port Latour : Wliarf— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Crowell, G A : b wire, 53 lbs at 3.7C ; staples, 25c ; nails ] 2e 

Gardner, J A : dumps, 987 lbs at He ; sundries, 75c 

McKay, J A & J W : 3 in spruce, 4,000 ft at $10.50 ; refuse spruce, 1,050 ft at $6 

Powell, Alfred : making 14*11 lbs of dump bolts 

Robertson, Wm & Son : iron, 14*11 lbs at 2ic 

Total, carried to page V — 5 

Upper Woods Harbour: Wliarf. 

Sutherland, Donald, contract complete $1,940; less $1,125 paid in 1898-99 (page Q — 126) and 

$40 services of inspector after time work should have been completed 

Matheson W H, services as inspector, July 1- Sept 12, 63 d at $2 

Total, carried to page V — 5 , 

West Berlin, N.S.: May 3- June 27. 

Conductor, J L Darrow, 49 d. at $2 ; team, 10 d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : J Bagley 224 ; W Gardner 19| ; A Mozar 34| ; E. Wentzell 4h ; 
J. Wentzell 17 : J. H. Wolfe 34| ; H. A. Mozar 24^ d. at $1.50 ... 

Stone. blowers, days at $1.25 : Geo. Gardner 17| ; I. Gardner 17i. 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Coif, J. 7| ; Conrod, B. 12|, Edwin 6J, Jas. 3, Larry 7£, Richard 
12|, Wm. 37^ ; Crouse, E. 6 ; Gardner, G. 1, Ing. 1 ; Grose W. 8 ; Hayes J. 7f ; Hollens 
worth, P. 5 ; Hemeon, Ch. 12 ; Leslie, G. 8|, Stephen 7J, Vincent 4 ; Lhones, L. 7|, 
Simon 8f ; Martin, C. 30 ; Wagner, H. 12| ; Wentzell, A. 6i Jas. 204, Saml. 6^ ; Wolfe, 
A. 2, Ambrose 14|, Arthur 7|, Benj. 7, Elis 3, Leandre 15f,~Nath. 7|, Walter 7| 

Labourers with oxen, days at $3 ; J. Bagley 3^ ; W. r l hompson 25^ ; A. Wentzell 13| 

Conrod, W., logs, 25 at 20c ; poles, 200 ft at 2^c ; 1 cord spruce posts, $2 

Cooper, J. G. & Son, hemlock, 1,900 ft at $7.75 

Darrow, J. L., boat-hire, $2 ; horse-hire, $14.25 ; hauling iron, $5 ; rope, 20 lbs. at 15c ; sp 
logs, 23 at 20c, 2 at 90c ; sundries, $11.42 ■ 

Folkington, S., logs, 22 ft x 5 in. diam. 51 at 20c ; posts, If cords at $2 

Gardner J. & A. Meismer, 300 logs at 75c ; boring rafting 300 logs, $13.75 

Harlow & Kempton, hardwood, 170 ft at $14, 1 x 3,450 ft at 2c 

Henery & Mouzar, sp. logs, 22 ft x 5 in. diam, 67 at 15c ; filing saws, 75c 

Robertson, Wm & Son, common iron, 3,500 lbs at $2.35 

Seldon, F. L. & Son, augers, 3, $3.25 ; portable forge, $19 ; lumber, 500 ft, $3.75; powder, 11 
lbs at 25c, 1 keg, $5 ; rope, 76 lbs at 19c ; spikes, 2 k. at $3.75 ; steel, 22 lbs at 18c ; sun- 
dries!, $14.25. ' 

Tug boat St. Michael, towing 2 rafts of logs from Brooklyn to W. Berlin 

Wolfe, E. 40 logs, 22 ft x 9 in. diam at 85c ; Wolfe N., 150 logs, 22 f t x 5 in. diam. at 20c. . . . 

Spruce logs, 57 at 15c, 11 at 85c ; 2 cords posts at $2 ; sharpening drills, 147 at 4c ; sundries, 
$2. 50 



Total, carried to page V- 



Whyeocomagh : Completing Wharf, Sept. 27-Nov. 25, 1899. 



Conductor, Neil McAuley, 23^ d at $2 ; sub-conductor, Peter McKinnon 5 d at $2 

Pile driver, Donald Eraser ll| d at $1 .50 ; pile driver and carpenter, Peter McKinnon 20f d 

at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Livingston, Duncan 6| ; McDonald, Hector 4^, John A 7f, Male 5 
Labourers : Alex Morrison, 9^ d at $1.20 ; John K McDougall 3 d at $1.15 



Labourers, days at $1 : Chas Eraser 11|, Angus Gillis 5|, Hugh Mel >ougall 12^-, Neil McLean 
Hi, Alex McAuley )7h, Kenneth McAuh-y 13i, John A McMillan 7f, Dan McDonald 
l'i, Hugh McDonald 7*, Neil Robertson 5^ ; 18 payments under $5, $49.50 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Male Livingston, 4| : Alex McAuley, 6 ; 7 payments under 5, $20.62 

Horse hire : A McAuley, 8£ d at 80c ; J A McMillan, 6h d at 80c ; 4 small payments, $3.92.. 

Campbell, Duncan: 3-m plank, 3,300 ft at $1.20 per 100 ; boards, 247 ft at 80c; 45 ft hem. 
piles 8-in at small end, 3 at $1 

Matheson, N : screw bolts, 185 lbs at 8c ; drift bolts, 134 lbs at 6c ; sundry smith work $9.26. . 

Macdonald, J K : wrot spikes, 2 kegs at $4.90 ; sundry hardware, $7.89 

McLean, Daniel : balance of 1898-9 account (page Q — 127) not paid in 1898-9 for want of funds 

Salter, Sidney : 2nd clear cedar shingles, 13 M at $2 

Small payments : freight on shingle?, $2.60 ; 2 men and 2 horses hauling hammer from Port 
Hood to Whycocomagh, $8 ; hire of hammer, Sept 13 to Oct 20, $2 ; board*, 51 ft of spruce 
at 80c a 100, 200 ft of hemlock at 70c ; cutting clown, hauling and rafting 3 mooring piles, 
$3. 75 ; 10 x 10 guard rail, 42 ft at 7c ; hardware, 96c 

Detailed in 1898-9, charged to 1899-1900 (page Q— 127) 

Total, carried to page V — 5 .... 



cts. 



590 82 



2 22 

15 55 
48 30 
11 04 
31 04 


698 97 


775 00 
326 00 


901 00 



115 50 

202 90 
43 74 



383 34 
127 50 

12 00 
14 72 

42 07 

13 70 
238 75 

11 38 
10 80 
82 25 



73 90 
20 00 
64 00 

30 28 



1.486 83 



57 00 



47 99 
35 99 

14 55 


149 50 
36 74 
15 92 


44 57 
32 10 
17 69 
104 98 
26 00 


22 06 
64 71 


669 80 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-183 



AVimlMor, N.8. 

Foreman, -las Rose, 149£ d at 12.50, repairing scow, 6 d at $] .75, 28 h at L5o ; outlay 11.44 

Leading workman, Michael Towns. 'in I, 96*6 a at $1.75 

[n charge of blasting, Robt McLellan, 31 d at $1.45 

In charge of scow, days at $1 .40 : -I Benedict 34!) ; L Benedict 6 ; T Lake 25£ ; II P Lynch 
.V, ; help in scow , L I [oltnes, 4 d at $1 ..'>."> 

Carpenters, daysal $1.50: J Marsters L10'7 ; II McDonald 50; J McDonald 39; F Parkei 
24; [Sanford 43 

Carpenters, days at $] . W : Benedict, G 18k Leonard 20 ; Chute, C 28.V ; Dill, A 23 ; Foley, 
H :»'.).', ; McDonald, II U*4, .las 40 9; McLellan, R 25 ; Sanford, I 5015 

Carpenters; C Chute, 34 65 d at $1.30 ; A Dill, 342 d al ; $1 .25 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Benedict, G 40 '3, Jacob 1, John 438, Leonard 42; Brothers, E 
If,.', ; Bruskett, J W'05; Crossley, A 47*8; Foley, H H 5615; Holten, H 19; Lake, W 
19; Mosher, D 31*4 ; McLellan,' R 1!) ; Patterson, J 70*9, Wm 30-94 ; Rathbun, M I'.'l : 
States, R 1 ; Warner, 11 30 3 

Watchman. J F Rose, 83f d at 75c, 19J d at -SI ; labourer, Faulkner, E 1 d at 75c 

Armstrong, E, renl of land to make fascines 

Aylward, W J, ballast poles, 1,844 ft at lie; birch brush, 23 Ida at $1.25; birch plank, 505 ft 
at $10 : spruce logs, 217 ft at 5c, 770 ft at 4c, 2,147 ft at 3£c, 1,740 ft at 3c, 333 ft at 2c . . 

Benedict, J, stone ballast, 100 tons at 50c ; Gosman, M B, 2 stoves, $0.25; sundry hardware 
$4.71 

I )a\ ison, J, birch brush, 32 Ids at -SI. 25 ; 24 hardwood stakes at 3c ; stone ballast, 20 ton at 50c ; 
hauling, 70c 

Dimock & Armstrong : 1 anchor, $5.84 ; clinch rings, 9li lbs at 12c; iron, 2.919 lbs at $2.25, 
43 at $2.50, 4,333 at $2.00, 177 at $2.75; man. rope, 1 coil $15.53, 59 lbs $9.59, 9 
pieces $11.09 ; 28 steel angles, punched to specification, 2,422 lbs at 4k: ; steel wire gal 
1 coil, $5.75; spikes, wire, 2 k. $(5.25, wrought, 1074 k. at $4.25, 58 lbs at 4c, steel, 2 
k. at $2 75, 25 lbs at 3c ; wire, 1 coil $3, 100 lbs at 4r,c, 250 lbs at 3^c ; sundry hardware. 
$23 .79 



Eldridge, Wallace, birch brush, 3 Ids at $1.25 ; ballast poles, 3472 ft at lie ; spruce logs, 901 

ft at 2c, 528 ft at 3c, 00 at 4c ; trucking hardwood etc, $4 

Ervin, R. C, hardwood plank, 6710 ft at $8.50 

Goudge, M. II. & Son. Bpruce and hemlock lumber, 670 ft at $10, 1054 at $9, 1021 at $8.50, 

399 at $8 ; sundries, $4.23 

Lynch, H. P., stone ballast, 283 tons at 50c 

.Mel )(>naki, Chas. spruce logs, 120 ft at 5c, 455 at 4c, 66 at 3^c, 850 at 3c ; ballast poles, 942 

ft at He ; stone ballast, 11 tons at 50c ; h. stakes, 18 at 3c 

McKinley, T. W. ballast poles, 1821 ft at lj.c ; sp. logs, 60 ft at 3c ; stone ballast, 778 tons at 

50c 

Rankin Fence Co., 1 scow for carrying stone ballast 

Sanford, W. .1. ballast poles, 1025'ft at He, 442 at l£c ; spruce poles, diam, 10-12, 1622 ft at 

4c, 8-12, 387 ft at 3*c, 6-10, 2563 ft at 3c 

Sexton. M., birch brush, 34 Ids $1.25 ; Smith, E., stone ballast, 68 tons at 50c 

Smith, W. A. dump bolts and timber dogs, 3907 lbs, $39.22 ; sundry smithwork, $9.25 

Stoddard, Rufns, birch brush, 12 loads at $1.25 

Sutherland, William, loading rock ballast, 110 1. at 25c ; ballast poles, $3.31 

Windsor Furniture Co., birch deal, 1588 ft at $10, 2246 at $11 ; Withrow, D., s. ballast, 988 

ton at 50c 

Woodman, Isaac, birch brush, 26 Ids at $1.25 

Ballast poles, 116 ft, $6.24 ; rent, office, $3 ; land for blasting etc, $3 ; repairing tools, $2.50 ; 

smithwork. $7.71 ; 2 sp. logs, $5.80 ; trucking iron and lumber, $16 ; sundries, $7.25 . . . 
Detailed in 1898-99, page Q— 128 

Total, carried to page; V — 6 



$ cts. 



389 89 
L69 03 

n 96 


L06 00 


400 04 


410 53 
87 79 


071 07 
83 05 
10 00 


238 12 


03 96 


51 42 



452 55 

97 28 

57 08 

32 31 
141 50 

72 36 

41;; 56 

50 00 

170 20 
70 50 
48 17 
15 00 
30 81 

534 58 

32 50 

51 50 
1,123 78 

6,108 49 



AVolievlllc Harbour Improvement. 

Advertising $142.86, Queen's Printer's account $19.89 



Yarmouth Bar, Beaeli Protection, Sept. ".iCi-nec. 31. 

Foreman, A. B. Crosby, 50 d. at $2 

Carpenter, J. Ricker, 3:'. d. at $1.75, 8£ d. at $1.50 ; L. Doucette, 29h d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : A. Beveridge33; 1 >. Bethune 1!: <:. Crowell 4 ; J. Doucette I! ; 

(;. Doucette M, ; C. Jenkins 6A ; (4. Killam 9£ ; F. Lent H ; L. Ross 'Sh ; G. Smith 27 ; 

A. Sweeny II; .1. Sweeny 1 ; L. White 14£ 

Teamsters and oxen, days ;it $2.50 : C. Jenkins 25/, ; C. Killam 2\ 

Bain, das., horse hire. $5 : Cann, II. & Son. towage, raft plank to Yarmouth Bar, $5 

Churchill; F. J., 50 sp. poles, 22 ft. x 0-in. diam at 22c; Churchill, W. 1'., sp. deals, 8,000 ft 

at $10.50 • 

Crow-ll. S. A. & Co, ref. iron, 1308 lbs at $2.75, 528 at $2.85 ; spikes, cut, 3 kegs at $3, steel, 

585 kegs at $2.90 ; washers. :->2j 11, s at 8c : auger, $1.50 ; chalk, 0c 

Doucette, Levi, 15 spruce logs, 22 ft x 10-in. diam at 75c ; brush, 20 loads at 40c 

Carried forward 



162 75 



100 00 
120 00 


152 i: 1 . 
70 00 
10 00 


95 00 


82 78 

I'.i 25 



649 10 



V-184 



AUDITOR GENERA US REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Yarmouth. Bar, Beach Protection — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Eaken, P. & Co, storage and boat hire, $5 ; hardware sundries, -$6.40 ... . 

Kinney Haley Mfg, Co., hemlock deals, 22,250 ft at $9 

Pierce, Chas, spruce logs, 87, 22 ft x 10-in. diam, at 75c, 10, 14 x 10 at 35c, 100, 22 x 5 at 22c, 

20, 20x5 at 20c 

Ray Bros., dump bolts, G87 lbs at $1.89 ; repairing etc, -SI. 45 



Total, carried to page V— 6 



Young's Landing : Building Public Wharf, Apl. 10— June 29. 

Foreman, Nathan Young, 44' 8 d. at $2 ; team, 6 d. at $3 

Labourers, days at $1.25: G. Acker 286: H. Acker 25i ; E. Pritz 103; W. Loye 34 8 ; G. 

Rafuse 2; L. Schnare 186; Simon Schnare 18; Stephen Schnare 313; L. Westhaver 

37-6 ; W. Young 8 , 

Ackers, G., sp. logs, 10-in. diam, 234 ft. at 6c ; boat hire, 16 d. at 50c ; Berringer, H., hem. 

logs, 10-in. diam., 74 ft at 6c 

Eisenhauer Jas. & Co. f iron, 259 lbs. at 5ic ; rope, 12 lbs at 20c : spikes, 7 kegs at $4 

Ernst, Frederick, hemlock logs. 10-in. diam., 517 ft at 6c 

Hamm &£Keddy : 3-in. hem. plank, 8618 ft at $9 ; 10-in. hem. logs, 1713 ft at 6c ; 8 x 10 

timber for guards, 1340 ft at $12 

Jefferson, Abnei, 28 bars of iron, 1207 lbs at 5c ; washers and bolts, 183 lbs at lie ; sundries, 

$1.75 

Nass, Geo. towing logs and planks, $15 ; Schnare, B., sp. logs, 10-in. diam, 237 ft at 6c 
Westhaver, Charles, boating 64 tons ballast at 15c 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



$ cts. 


649 46 


11 40 
200 25 


94 75 
14 43 


970 29 



Canoe Cove, P.E.I. : Breakwater. 

Advertising $118.17 ; Queen's Printer's account $22.80 



China Point, P.E.I.: Beeonstruction of Head Pier. 

Compton, Alex . : contract complete 

Compton Alex : putting in new span beams and covering en block and span adjoining con- 
tract work and levelling roadway of approach as per verbal agreement, Sept. 15, '99. . . 
Irving, Philip : inspector, July 19-Oct 31, '99, 90 d at $2 



Total, carried to page V — 6. 



Miminegash : Addition to Northern Breakwater. 

McDonald, Alexander, contract complete $2,300 ; less $1,380 paid in 1898-99, page Q— 130. 
Gallant, Frank P, services as inspector, July 1-Aug 11, 34 d. at $2 

Total, carried to page V — 6.. 



Miminegash Harbour Works : Bepairs. 

Foreman, Richard Noonan, 71i d at $2 ; sub-conductor, John Green, 48f d at $1.40 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Bernard, Thetose 12|; Doucette, Vitale 10 ; Gaudet, Jos II5. 

Sosime 10| ; Gillis, John 12£ ; Metherale, Sam 36 ; Myers, Frank 12|, Rufus 10, Simon 

10 ; Richard, Jos 10 ; 17 payments under $10, $83.40 

Teams, days at $2.75 : Arsenault, Fidele 2\ ; Perry, John (Peter) 2|, John \\, Sylvain \\. . . 

Team, days at $2 : Myers, Frank 2d 

Costain, Elijah : brush 57 loads at 40c , 

Donahoe, Wm : plank, 300 ft at $22 ; hemlock scantling, 2 tons at $5 ; 12 x 12-in x 20 ft 

hardwood, 8 pes at $2 

Green Wm A : spruce piles 20 ft long, 9 in at top, 11 at $1 ; stone 4 tons at $1 

Hustler Martin : brush, 73 loads at 40c ; stone, 5 tons at $1 ; 20 ft spruce poles, 4 of 6 in at 

top at 50c, 1 of 9-in at $1 ; 12 x 12-in x 16-ft hemlock, 1 pc at $1 ; pickets, 10 at 3c 

Kinch, Wm ; stone, 6i tons at $1 ; smith work, $13.42 

Metherale, Sam : brush, 15 loads at 40c ; stone, 2 tons at $1 ; rope 16 lbs at 16c, 11 at 7c. . . . 

Myers, Frank : spruce piles 6 in at small end, 26 of 20 ft long at 50c, 12 of 15 ft at 25c 

Myrick, J H & Co : g-in rd iron, 2241 lbs at 2|c ; spikes, 2£ kegs at $2.90 ; sundries, $24.07. . 
Perry, Romain : spruce piles 6 in at small end, 17 of 20 ft long at 50c, 21 of 15 ft at 25c, 5 of 

10 ft at 10c 

Carried forward 



107 60 



268 36 

26 48 
44 65 
31 02 

196 42 

82 23 

29 22 

9 60 



795 58 



140 9/ 



1,987 00 

40 00 
180 00 



2,207 00 



920 00 
68 00 



988 00 



210 75 



252 44 

21 98 
4 00 

22 80 


32 00 
15 00 


38 50 
19 92 
11 33 

16 00 
86 63 


14 25 



'46 20 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-185 



BHmlneffaab Harbour Work*: Repairs Concluded. 

Brought forward 



Reid, I T : brush, 38 Ids at 40c ; pickets, 79 at 3c ; 20 ft spruce piles, 2 of 9 in at top at $1, 5 
of 6 in at 60c : plank 136 ft at $22 a M ; stone, 3j tona at 91 

Reid, Traill : brush, 123 Ids at 40c ; spruce piles, 8 of 20 ft long at 50c, 31 of 15 ft at 25c, 3 of 
10 ft at 10c 

Eix, Thomas : plank, 1000 ft at $22 a M ; 1 piece spruce 32 ft long, $2 

Stone, 84 tons at $1, paid as follows: Chris Cadigan, $11.75; Win Donahoe, $12 : Jos 
Gallant, 811 ; Manuel Gallant, $5 ; Nicholas Ready, 810; 11 payments under $5, 134.25 

16 payments under $10: 20-ft spruce piles, 7 of 9in attopal $1, 10 of in at 50c ; spruce 
piles 6 in at small end, 1:2 of 15 ft long at 25c, 14 of 10 ft at 10c ; plank, 514 ft at 822 a M 
brush, 1" Ids at 40c : spruce scantling \ ton at 85 ; pickets, 100 at 3c ; rent of building 
for storage of tools, Sept 4-Nov 24, $1 .50 

Total, carried to page V— G 



New London, P. E. !.•: Repairs to Breakwater. 

Conductor, Peter McGuigan, 23 d at s 2 ; sub-conductor, Jos > cAleer, 19 d at 81.50 

Labourers, days at 81.25: John Cullen 1(5, T P Cullen 2, A Graham 1, W Lobin 11, R Simp- 
son 8 

Carters, days at si .25 : H Laird 18, P McElmell 1, R Simpson 9, Jas Stewart 54 

Teams, days at 75c: John Cullen 1, T P Cullen 1, H Laird 18, P McElmell 1, R Simpson 9, 
J Stewart 3A 

Cullen, T P : spruce plank, 517 ft at 87 : brush, 38 loads at 10c ; scow hire, 9 trips at $1 ; 
sundries $1.84 

Fennel] et Chandler, hardware 86.37 ; Tobin Wm, boat hire 84.50 

Stewart .lames R : brush, 30 loads at 10c ; 13 ft poles, 3-in at s e, 389 ft at lAc ; pieces 8-in at 
s e, 21 ft long, 21 at 25c ; 12 ft, 11 at 12c, 8 ft, 16 at 10c ; work with boat" 81 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Nortli Cardigan, P. E. I.: Repairs to Pier. 

Foreman, Rodk Campbell, Aug 23-Sept 20, 18£ d at $2 

Carpenter, Ronald Campb.41, 2 d at 81.25 ; joiner, Neil D Morrison, 7 d at $1.40 

Labourer at $1 . 2.") : Tnnocent Campbell, 8^ d 

Labourers, days at 81 : Campbell, Allan 4, John A 5, John L 2; Fitzpatrick, James 9; 

Goodwin. Wm T 9* 

Carters : Allan Campbell, 6£ d at 81 . 75 ; Felix J Campbell, 4 d at 81 .50 

Norton, 3 V : spruce timber, 2h tons at $5 ; 3-in hem. plank 13250 ft at 88 ; iron, 350 lbs at 

3'15c; steel spikes, 400 lbs at $3.25 

20 ft spruce piles, 9 in at small end, 18 at 80c ; spruce timber, 560 ft of 7 x 7- in at $4 a 100, 

lun ft of 7 x Sin at X4.50, 12 pes of 7 x 12-in at $1.50; total $59.30, paid as follows— Allan 

Campbell 832, Duncan Campbell *7, Innocent Campbell $13.30, John A Campbell s 7 . . . 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Koeky Point, Lot 15: Pier or Breakwater, May 7-Jiine 20, 1900. 

Conductor, Felix P Arsenault, ?6^ d at $2 ; sundry services, 12 d at 82 

Carpenters, days at 81.50 : Jos G Arsenault 35i, Cyprien Gallant 33i 

Carters, days at si. 75 : A Arsenault 32'/. F Arsenault 274, 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Arsenault, Alph 35 j, C 33, Jel 33$, Jos 35 : Gallant, Max 21 j . 

Arsenault, Jos i' : making bolts, 725 ;it l'.e, 4:>7 at lc ; working at pile driver $2 

Arsenault l' M : plank, 15650 ft at $10 : sundries $431 ; use of tools $3 ; labour $5 

McKay, B & Co : round iron. 2992 lbs at $2.55 ; 8-in wire spikes 400 lbs at $3.50 ; auger 80c. 

Pound spruce and hemlock. 12-in small end, 4246 1 ft at 5c ; spruce curbing, 2501 ft 15 M at 
$9 : floor-stringers, 4884 ft B M at $9 ; ballast flooring, 3900 1 ft at 2c ; ballast, 41058 c 
yds at 60c ; piling, 10-in small end. 184 1 ft at 5c ; sq timber, 20 tons at $2.75 : paid as 
follows: Arsenault, A H $40.70, Jos $17.42, John P $20.80, P $50 55, 8 $12.50 ; Ellis, 
DS$20.70; Human, a $8.15; Geneau, O $38.07; Henry, G G $20.28; Mooney, W II 
$18 : Moore, A A 845.16, L $21, S $3.90 : McArthur, A E $64.75, $13.80, W $21 ; 
McLennan. A $6.20, M $29.15; McKenzie, A $6.45; McLeod, R $23.55; Nisbet, A I' 
$40. 20 ; Reeves, 1 1 $3 1 . 75 ; Smith. M $22 .80 ; Yeo, F $85.40 



$ cts. 
746 20 

28 7i' 

61 25 

24 00 

84 mi 

53 7d 

097 87 



74 50 



47 50 

41 88 


25 13 


18 2(5 
10 87 


18 00 


236 14 



37 00 
12 30 

in 62 


29 50 

17 37 



142 52 

59 30 

308 61 



96 50 

103 50 

105 00 

197 79 

17 45 

168 81 

ill ID 



667 2s 



Total, carried to page V — 6 



1,447 43 



V-186 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Peters Bay, P.E.I. : Breakwater. 

Pay-lists May 18- June 27, 1899, Feb 3-June 30, 1900 : 

Conductor, J L Davison, May 18- June 27, 23 d at $2 

Robt N Cox, Feb 3 -June 30, 14 d at $2 

Labourers, days at .$1 . 10 : Alb Anderson 27|, Erasmus Coffin 27, R W Davison 14 J, Jno 
Macdonald 11|, John Murphy 8§, Alf MacEwen 28, Stewart MacEwen 6£, M 

Runaghan 15, M Tobin 15, Alb Webster 18 

Labour, Ed Webster, 18 d at $1 .50 ; carter Wm Hawbolt 8 <1 at $2.50 

Carters at $1.75 : E Coffin | d, J Webster 2d 

Horses : E Coffin (2) 12 d at $1 .50 ; R Davison (1), 6| d at 90c : Alf MacEwen (1) l^d at 

75c 

Coffin, Robt, 12 x 12 sq timber, 322 ft at 10c 

Connolly, Wm, hardwood timber, 4| tons at $4.75 ; Davison, R, hauling 817 ft plank $8 

Cox H H : iron, 1288 lbs at 3c ; rope, 80i lbs at 18c ; use of pile driver $5 ; freight, etc on 

pile driver $13.60 ; sundries $13.25 

McEachern, R, 21 ft x 8 in flatted spruce logs, 10 at 84c ; O'Brien, J, smith work $14.55 

McEwen H, spruce plank, 1624 ft at $10 ; McEvven R, nails, 220 lbs at 2^c 

PE1 Ry, frt on car of lumber from Souris to Lot 40 

Stewart B, & Co : 180 lbs steel plate at 4c ; 7g hrs labour $2.30 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Souris, Knights Point : Strengthening; of Breakwater, Arc. 

Brennan & Ramsay, contract complete $8900 ; extra work at inner end, extending 2 upper 

courses of timber 50 ft, &c $30 ; less $4800 paid in 1898 99 page Q- 132 

McEachern Geo B, services as inspector, July 1-Sept 14, Oct 1-3 L, 85 d at $2 

Phaisson, William, services as inspector, Sept 14-30, 14 d at $2 

Travel of Ottawa officials (See end of P W expenditure 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Souris, Knights Point : Reconstruction of Breakwater : Balance 
due Contractors. 

Heney & Smith : amount paid by Government for superintendence after date of completion of 
contract and deducted from estimate at page Q— 122, 1897-98, now specially voted ; 135 d 
at $2.50 



Summerside Harboui 



Advertising $161 .45 ; Queen's Printer's account $30.74. 



Tignish Breakwater: Repairs and Extension, April 30-June 30, 1900. 

Conductor, E. S. Gallant, 54 d at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : Johnson Dawson 31J ; Bertram Ramsay 7 

Labourers, days at $1.30 : John Buote 9| ; Lambert Gallant 19f ; Alex. Tremblay 34| 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Arseneaux, Avis 11 ; Bernard, Jerome 5j, John 3^ ; Christopher, 
Fred. 32J ; Doyle, Pat'k ll£ ; Gallant, Fred 2, John 12, Lambert 23i, Paul 4 ; Gaudet, 
Antoine 36f, Joseph 10^, Peter 44g ; Perry, John 11 

Labourers, days at $1 : Arseneaux, M."^ ; Gaudet, A. 15f, S. 14 ; Bernard, Wm. 15i ; Richard, 
P. C. 261 . Perry, Peter 15 

Gallant, E. S., condr. : procuring and receiving lumber, 58 d at $2 ; car fare, $5.40 ; horse- 
hire, $5 . 50 ; postage 94c 

Gallant, Hubert : brush, 73 loads at 45c ; cartage, 50c 

Gaudet, Felix : brush, 12 loads at 50c, 63 loads at 45c ; horse-hire, 26^ d at 75c. . 

Mallion, Wm.: Pickets, 875 at 85c per 100 ; brush, 11 loads at 50c, 51 loads at 45c 

•Myrick, J. H. & Co. : 4 in. hemlock deals, 16,000 ft at $8.50; stone, 71 tons at 85c; 
iron, 3,994^ lbs at 2^c ; ship spikes, 5 kegs at $3.90; rope, 86| lbs at 18c; clinch rings, 
34^ lbs at 20c; heading and pointing bolts, 328 at 2c; smithwork, $13.96; hardware 
$22. 13 ; lumber, 99c 

Spruce and hemlock timber : 12 in. small end, 1,980 1 ft at 8c, 150 1 ft at 7c ; sq. timber, 7646 
tons at $4 ; ballast-flooring, 107 pieces at 60c, 6 pieces at 50c ; piling 10 in. and 9 in. small 
end, 30 piles at $1.50, 24 at $1.20, 148 at $1 ; sundry lumber, &c, $19.87 ; paid as follows : 
D. T. Botts $247.08, Fred Christopher $22.27, Michael Christopher $29, Patrick Doyle 
$34.30, Peter Doyle $74.40, Robert Ellis $70.80, Richard Gavin $32, D. Hanrahan $8.80, 
Wm. Mallion $8.70, Peter Mclnnis $38, Edw'd Obrion $26.40, Z. A. Peters $69.82, J. 
Platts $73.36, Geo. Ryder $8.70, John Shea $20.60, Jos. Shea $19.40 

Lumber $8.20 ; horse-hire $13 ; piling lumber $2.87 ; hauling brush, 59 loads at 50c 

Queen's Printer's account 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



cts. 



46 00 
28 00 


189 19 
47 00 

4 82 


24 98 
32 20 
30 56 


84 98 
22 95 
21 19 
13 00 
9 50 



554 37 



4,130 00 

170 00 

28 00 

76 77 


4,404 77 



337 50 



192 19 



108 00 
57 37 
83 51 



259 63 



87 


25 


127 84 
33 35 
54 22 
35 89 


391 


93 


783 63 
53 57 
17 63 


2,09 


3 82 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-187 



West Point Pier, P.H.i. : Extension! 

Advertising $21.95 : Queen's Printer's account $15.78 



Repairs to Piers and Breakwater: 1*. H. 1. Generally. 

Annandalc, Pier- Oct. 19-25, 1899 ($39.93). 

Conductor, A J McDonald, (I (1 at $1.50 ; carpenter, A Robertson, 5 d at $1.25 

Labourers, day- at si : \Y (< Jenkins /,, A La.perie .',, K Norton \, Hy Tossed 1, M York ton 2 

Morrison John F : tram 1 d at $2 : rafter, fc d at $1 

McDonald, Alex : 8 Btringers, 129 ft at l|c; 7 supports, 100 ft at ljc 

McFarlane, E: plank, 300 ft at $8 ; spikes, 30 lbs at 4c 

Norton, Edward ; 10 stringers, 290 ft at lfc ; 22 supports, .'550 ft at He 

Bay View Pier, P.E.I. : Repairs, Oct. 11-21, 1899 ($83.93). 

I 

Clark, John (' : foreman, 0.'. d at 81.50 ; horses, 13 d at 75c : stone, 40 tons at 25c; gravel, 80! 

tons at 5c ; 35 ft spiles, S at $1 ; hire of pilo driver and use of gear $3.50 ; hardware, etc 

$8.65 ; boarding men 20 days $7.15 . . 

Carters and labourers : 13 d at 81 ; 7.7 at 75c 



Brae Breakwater (-$54.54). 
Detailed in 1898-0, page Q— 129 854.02 less overpaid 8c 



( Vm pel Pier, Kings Co: Aug. 30- Oct. 10, 1899 (-$396.27). 

Foreman, Rodk A Campbell, 24 d at 82 

Carpenter. Niel D Morrison, 1H d at $1.40 

Carters, days at si. 75 : Allen Campbell 11, John F Morrison 1, Alex McCormack 2A 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : John F Morrison 8$, (Gregory McCormack 12, Michael McDonald 

13, Stephen McDonald 2 ~ 

Campbell, Allan : spruce piles, 25 ft, 9 in at small end, 10 at $1 ; 7x7 spruce timber, 200 ft 



at 4c . 



Campbell, Innocent, 7x7 spruce timber, 283 ft at 4c . . .... 

Morrison, J F : spruce timber, 2 tons at 84.50, | at 84 ; mooring posts, 10 ft, 12 in dia, 4 at 

$1 : spruce piles, 25 ft, 9 in at small end, 4 at $1 

Morrison, Neil L), horse and pile driver, 7 d at $1 

McDonald, M D : spruce timber, 2A tons at $4, 2& at $4.50, 6 x 12, 44 ft at 5c, 7x7, 337 ft 

at 4c ; spruce piles, 9 in at small end, 4 of 20 ft, at 80c, 11 of 25 ft at $1 

McDonald & Westaway : iron, 389 lbs at 2|c ; 7 in spikes, 2 kegs at 83; sundries $1.10; 

truckage $1. 55 ; ferriage 35c 

Norton, J F : 3 in hemlock plank, 7490 ft at 88 ; hemlock timber, 11£ tons at $5 ; iron, 535 

lbs at $2.85 ; 100 lbs spikes 83 ; truckage $4 



Clifton : Repairs to Pier, May 22- June 30, 1900 ($292.95). 

Foreman, David Cole, 27 d at $2 ; mechanic, D Whitehead, 23 d at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1 : J Currie 9, T Doucette 5, J Dunning 4^, M Harding 7h, C McGregor 

2, Robt McKay L Chas Somers 17, John Whitehead 2 

Man and team, ( has Warren, 1 d at 82 : horse, I) Cole, 4 d at 50c 

Man and horse, days at $1 .50 : F Brown 6, M Harding 2, J D McLeod 2, J Whitehead 5 . . . 

Buntain, Alex, round spruce timber, 082 1 ft at 5c 

Morris, A H, use of pile driver $2 ; .McKay, H, brush and poles 84 

Orr, Geo, round spruce, 203 1 ft at 5c 

Pickering, James, round spruce, 390 1 ft at 5c ; 7 in sq curbing, 254 1 ft at 5c 

Schureman, Maynard, hemlock plank, 1480 ft at lc 

Thompson, Paul, 10 in sq spruce, 230 1 ft at 8c 

Tuplin, R Co : rope, iron and spikes 



Hcgarty's Pier, East River: Oct. 23-Nov. 7, 1899 ($85). 

Conductor, James Hughes, 14 d at 81 .50 

Sub-conductor, P R Duffy, d at 81 .25 ; blacksmith, Peter McEntee, 1 d at $1.25 

Labourers, days at $] : James 1 >alton 3, John Hughes 3$, Jas McKenna 1 

Birt, Ed. stone, 11 tons at 40c ; Duffy, Robt R, 3 piles $3, V. tons stone $1 .80 

Fennell & Chandler : § in iron, 100 lbs at 3c : 1 keg spikes 83 ; freight 15c 

O'Brien, Thos, stone, 7h tons at 40c 

Poole & Lewis : 9 x lo spruce. 050 ft at 812, 3 in hemlock, 2148 ft at $7.50; truckage $1 .10 
freight 87 



Carried forward. 



8 eta. 
37 73 



15 25 
4 50 

2 50 

3 76 
3 00 

10 32 



65 30 
L8 63 



54 54 



48 00 
10 10 
25 37 


44 37 


18 00 
11 32 


19 00 

7 00 


50 46 


20 18 


136 47 



88 50 

17 50 
4 00 

22 50 

34 10 

6 00 

13 15 
32 50 

14 86 

18 4«i 
11 M 



21 00 

7 50 

6 60 

6 15 

3 00 

32 00 

952 62 



V-188 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Repairs to Piers and Breakwaters: P. E. Island Generally — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Higgins' Shore Pier, P.E.I. (816.50). 

Nesbit, Wm : foreman, June 18-30, 1898, Of d at $2 ; use of horse, 2 d at $1 ; postage stamps 
and stationerj' $1 



Sturgeon Pier, Kings Co, Sept 15-30, 1899 ($101.75). 

Foreman, John Creed, 14 d at $2 

Labourers, days at $1 . 25 : Wm Creed 3, Godfrey Jamieson 5, Pius Jamieson 12 

Creed, Wm, stone, 90 tons at 25c ; Fisher, Thos E, iron, 50 lbs at 3c 

Jamieson, G, stone, 63 tons at 25c ; Wight, A, stone, 20 tons at 25c ; 2 mooring posts $4. 

General Expenses. 

Detailed under "Engineers, Maritime Provinces salaries and expenses," page V — 199. . . . 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Repairs to Piers and Breakwaters, P.E.I.: Purchase of Creosoted Timber. 

Eppinger & Russell Co, New York, creosoted piles, 10 in diam at small end : 60 of 30 ft long, 
60 of 25 ft, 35 of 20 ft, in all 4000 lin ft at 45c 

Bay du Vin : Wharf Repairs, June 4-30, 1900. 

Williston, A G : conductor, 21 d at $2 ; arranging for materials, Feb- June, 12 d at $2 ; horse- 
hire, $12 ; cartage, 50c ; telegrams, $2 . 56 ; postage, $1 . 14 ; meals, 9 at 30c ; stage fare, 
SI ; steamboat fare, 50c ... 

Carpenter, Robert Taylor, 14 d at $1 . 75 

Labourers, days at $1 . 25 : Muzeroll, Jos 7 ; McDonald, Donald 4, Peter 2 ; Mclnnis, Hugh 
9 ; Mclntyre, Robt 8^ ; Robicheau, Eugene 3^ ; Thibeau, Frank 8 ; Williston, Barber 
11, John 1\, Livingston 15^, Wathen 13^ Wm R 6§ 

Carters, days at $1.50 : J as Williston, l.> ; John B Williston, H 

Gunn, Chas A : bolts and spikes at 3hc, 4257 lbs of f bolts, 1330 lbs of £ bolts, 365 lbs of 
spikes ; screw bolts and washers, 638 lbs at 6^c ; 12 timber dogs, $1 ; hooks and rings, $1.60 

Rainsborrow, C F : hemlock, 9528 ft at $6 ; 12x12 hemlock 30 ft long, 5 pes at $4 

Snowball Co, J B : 4 augers, $3.35 ; peevies, 4 at $1.35 ; sundries, $1.80 

Watt, Geo : rope, 35 lbs of hemp at 15c, 27 lbs of manilla at 20c 

Williston, Hubert H : Fowler's axes, 12 at 70c ; handles, 6 at 10c ; trip to Bay du Vin with 
grindstone, $1 

Small payments : freight, $7.02 ; surveying 9i M logs, $2.51 ; canoe hire, $1 ; stationery, 70c ; 
hard ware, $2 . 65 



Total, carried to page V— 6 

Rlaek Brook, N.B. : Wharf. 

Queen's Printer's Account ... 

Buctouche, N.B. : Repairs to Wharf, Oct. 20-Nov. 30, April 16-UIay 31. 

Foreman, Jas Barnes, 56 d at $2 ; master carpenter, Hilaire Gallant, 68 d at $2 

Man and double team, Jos McKadden, 19| d at $3 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 50 : F Bastarache 284. J Brean 29^ 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : F J Cormier 11, G D Cormier 24^, J Duplacy 9i, T P Landry 58, 

Thos Landry ldh, F J Leblanc 4f, L Leblanc 28, T J Leblanc 29, L M White 16±, S L 

Wilbur 24 . . . 

Irving J D : piles, 30 at $5 ; 4 mooring posts $20 ; spruce timber, 5412 ft at $15 ; hemlock, 

covering, 1500 ft at $10 ; 25 galls tar $7.50 ; sundry hardware, &c, $22 29 

McFadden, Thos, s.nithwork. . .- 

Sleeth, Quinlan & Co : flat and round bolts, 1272 lbs at 4|c ; screw bolts -and washers, 862 lbs 

at 4gc 

Storage of materials $3 ; use of clamps $2 : 1 brl tar $2.50 ; 1 brl pitch $2.50 ; freight 90c. . . . 



Total, carried to page V — 6 



Burnt Church, N.B. : Wharf. 



Anderson, J W & J, on account of work done on contract 

Loggie, Donald, services as inspector. May 30-June 30, 28 d at $2. 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



$ cts. 
952 62 

16 50 



28 00 
25 00 
24 00 
24 75 



929 41 



2,000 28 



1,800 00 



$ cts. 



86 40 
24 50 


120 00 
4 50 


252 40 
77 10 
10 55 
10 65 


10 00 


13 83 


610 04 


30 59 


248 00 
57 75 
86 61 



280 58 

295 97 
11 29 

102 95 
10 90 



1,094 05 



1,460 00 
56 00 

1,516 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 189 



< iiiiipbt'lUon, IV. B. : Repairing Kallawt Wharf. 



Conductor, W G McBeath, 118$ days at $2 

Carpenters, days at 81.75 : Jos. Boudereau 19, Stephen Wheten, 38 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: .lames Boudreau 51|, John McBeath 68$, Randolph McBeath 19. 

Carpenters, days at $L 35 : Geo. Cooper 18, David Murray 13 

Engine-driver, James Kean, 26 d at $1.50 ; scow, Est of J I' Mowat, 13 d at 50c 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Ebenezer Barclay 14; John Boudreau 51; Robert Butler 49; 
Thus Fairer 12.',; Arch G-errard 14.\ ; Henry G-errard 14.',; James Sean 43&j John 
Leblanc 12| ; Daniel Murray 22£ ; John Murray 64|; Geo Mahoney 12.' 5 ; H McBeath 
37^ ; Lyon McKenzie 9 ; M St Onge li£ 

Labourer, Andrew Dobson, 11$ d at $1.10 ; truckman, B Poley, 1£ d at $1.50. 

Carter, Randolph McBeath, 17 d at $1.50 

Alexander, A E : 4 in spruce, 9,584 ft at $10.50 ; 12 x 12 spruce timber, 5,938 ft at $13 ; pine 
loprs, 4 at $6 : Bpruce logs, 12 x 12, 2,000 ft at $8 ; 1 pine stick, $6 ; hardwood, 180 ft at 
$12.50 ; hardware, $13.43 

Alexander, Edward, horse hire $11.75; Baird James, water for hoisting engine, 2,400 galls 
atlc 

Ellsworth. R, making bolts and sundry smithwork 

Murray, J D : § and 1 in iron, 600 cwtat $3.50 ; spikes, 25h lbs at 5c ; storage, Or, in at $2. . . 

McDonald, James A : 12 in sq spruce timber, llg tons at $4.25 ; use of rope $2 

Shives, Kilgour : use of pile driver, £25 ; engine and boiler, 20 d at $2 ; winch, 20 d. at 25c ; 
10 x 10 and 12 x 12 pine, 2,336 ft. at $15, 586 ft at $10 ; ft spruce, 320 ft at $13 ; sundry 
lumber and hardware, $29.13 

Use of tools, $12.40 ; smithwork $1.75 ; hardware $17.53 ; cartage &c $7.30 ; 20 bbls coal $9. 



Total, carried to page V — 6. 



Campobello (Wilson's Beach) Breakwater : Repairs and Extension. 

Burpee, I & E R : § rd iron, 2,034 lbs at $2.70 ; 10" wrot spikes, 12 kegs at $3.70 

McAvity, T & Sons : 4 augers at $2.75 ; Diston's saws, 2 at $3 ; sundries, $5.45 

Savage, Ethelbert : services as foreman, arranging for material, llj d at $2 ; sundry expenses 

$25.8'». 

Queen's Printer's account 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Cape Tormentine : Bepairs to Breakwater: July 1 to 27, Aug. 26 to Dec. 16, 
April 23 to June 30, 1900. 

Conductor, J. Smith McGlashing, 175 d at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Allen, Courtenay 15, Dexter W. 12, Harlon 42; Ephraim 9, 

Mathias 36J ; Barry, Richard 35; Gallant, Charlie 3 ; McDonald, Dan. 33, John 4 ; 

McGlashing, Elvie 1 ; MacMorris, Wm. 1\ ; Spence, Ed. 35| ; Thomas, Wm \\h 

Labourers, days at $1.10 : Allen, Harlon 13J, Mathias 20i ; Barry, Richard 20 ; McDonald, 

D 14£ ; McGlashing, Elvie 3 ; Spence, Edwin 3 ; Thomas Wm. 8^ 

Labourer^ Ed. Spence, 12 d at $1.15 ; teamster, T McGlashing, 3 d at $2 

Truckman, Joseph Gallant, 3i d at $1.50, 2 d at $1.40 

Briggs Bros, 9 in hardwood, 9,008 su. ft. at $16 

Briggs, Harmon, 14 hardwood sticks, 2,064 1 ft at $16 

Burpee, T & E R : machine bolts, 207 lbs at 4c"; plate washers, 68 lbs at 4^c 

Jones, Weston : hardwood 23 ft long 13 in small end, 11 sticks at $1 ; sundry lumber $7.90 ; 

team & driver, (J. 1 , d. at $2 50 ; cartage $1 . 55 

McAvitv T & Sons : "oakum, 200 lbs at 6c : freight 68c 

McGlashing Elvie : | & 1 in rd iron, 798 lbs at $2.70, 2,758 lbs at $2.60, 1,542 lbs. at $2.50; 

75 screw bolts, 25^ x U 2 sq head. $28.30 ; sundry hardware, $20.8(5 ; horse hire $1 

Mel dashing, J S, sundry outlay, $30.09 ; N.B. & P.E.I. Ry, use of pile driver 6i d at $2. . . . 
Ray worth, E L : hardwood, 12 to 13 ft long 9 in thick, 4208 ft at $16, 22 to 24 ft long by 12 in 

square, 6,180 ft at $16 ; bolts and washers, $4.10 ; smithwork S3.28 

Rayworth, A J Smith, hardwood timber, 21 to 24 ft long, 9 in thiek, 5,954 su ft at $16 

Read, H C : stone, 1,196 cu yds at $2.35, 1,23164 cu yds at $2.25 

Riely, M B. : hardwood, 12 ft long by 9 in thick, 2863 ft at $16 ; 21 to 23 ft long 12 x 12 in 

thick, 2,568 ft at $16 : spruce, 403 ft at $10 

Roman, James, hardwood, 20 ft long 12 in square, 1,920 ft at $16, 13 ft long 9 in thick 7,7">3 

ft at $16 

Robertson, J & Co, Gillingham hand cement, 20 brls at $2.70 

Spence, Renwick : deal, 4184 su ft at $5 ; truckage, 3 d at $2.50 

Trenholm, Charles, freight on 11 brls. creast 

Repairs to steam crane $2 ; 40 in Hessian 100 yds at 5gc ; lumber $8 .96 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



$ cts. 



237 "it 

99 74 

208 87 

11 85 

15 50 


461 20 
14 90 
26 50 



239 50 

35 75 

39 74 
35 28 
50 88 



144 15 
47 98 

1,727 84 



99 32 
22 45 

48 80 
16 62 



187 19 



350 00 



347 15 



91 30 
19 so 
8 05 
144 13 
33 02 
11 51 


36 70 
12 68 


181 97 
43 09 


173 56 
95 26 

5,581 78 


'.in 91 


154 76 
54 <><> 
211 92 
10 00 
16 59 


7,486 18 



V-190 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Chatham, IN. B. : Reconstruction and Repairs to Custom House Wharf : 
January 23 to June 30, 1900. 

Foreman, Peter England, 105 ' 2 days at $2 

Carpenter*, days at $1.75: Geo. Brett 45 "92; Frs. Cassidy 27; Philip Kirby 16| ; Alex. 

Thompson 32 " 7 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 ; David Emonds 38 '44 ; Thos. Kingston 20 

Carpenters, days at SI. 40 : Andrew Cnrrie, 41 35 ; Geo England 44 95 ; Neil A. Hearn 27£ . 
Carpenters, days at $1.35: Wm Avery 2; John Foley 12; James Mountain 3 ; Philip 

Mclntyre 39 

Labourers, clays at $1.40 : John Foley 8| ; Thos. McFarlane 14^ 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Wm Avery 1 ; Chas Bernard 2 ; Neil A^Heron 1 ; Johnson Marsh 

7^ ; Thos. McFarlane 2 ; Michael McMahon 38" 7 ; Pierre Nowlan 13£; Wm Smith 31 1 ; 

Daniel Sutton 11 ; Wm Wilson 37"7 

Carters, days at $2 ; John Foley 27 65 ; Wm Groat 205 ; Geo Watts 6 

Teams, clays at $4 : Peter Breen 26; Alex Morris 8 

Campbell, James : round spruce, 5682 su ft at $9 ; hemlock, 43575 ft at $4.50 

England, P, travel and sundry outlay 

Gunn, C A : bolts, 2,817 lbs at 3|c ; smithwork and hardware, $8.20 

Layson J, hemlock, 9,000 s. ft at $4 ; Loggie, A & R, towage, 20 miles at 25c, 15 miles at 20c, . 
Russell, R A & C McAnulty : 6 x 12 spruce timber, 2,400 ft at $15 : 12 x 12 hemlock timber 

15743 su ft at $7.50 ; 4-in hemlock deal, 12,164 ft at $7.50 ; round hemlock logs, 9267 ft at 

$5 ; sawing timber, 34,247 ft at $3 

Snowball, W B : 2000 ft deal, $6 ; 6 peevies, $8.25 ; sundries, $2.50 

Stothart, George, sundry hardware 

Watt, George : stone ballast, 38 yds at 90c ; wrot spikes, 570 lbs at $4.65 per 100 lbs ; manilla, 

35 lbs at 20c; hardware, tools, &c $21.10 

Surveying lumber, $6.56 ; rafting and towing $9 ; hardware $8.18 



Total, carried to page V — 6 . 



Clifton Breakwater : Creosoted Block Stone Talus and Repairs : October 13 
to March, May 1 to June 30, 1900. 



Foreman, Henry Scott, 92| d at $2, 17 d at $2.50 

Carpenters, Frank Scott, 9| d at $1.75; R W Daly, 46f d at $1.50; H P Landry, 41^ d 

at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Jos. Breckenrigg 7i ; Jno Chamberlain 13^ ; W B Collins 42 ; J J 

Foley 12f ; Nicholas Good 59| ; P Poirier^22f ; Ulderic Poirier 22 ; S Kodgers 2h ; Thos. 

Sargent 47| ; Wm Sargent 53 ; Percy Scott 26| ; Jno. J Smith 31^ ; J B Thereault 15J. . 

Caulkers, days at $2.50 : D Hachie 8 ; Jas. Robichau 8 

Labourers, days at $1.10 ; John Daly 2| ; Wallace Daly 3| ; Hy Sisk 22i ; John B Smith 

28i ; Mathew Smith 36; Jos. Wiseman 6 

Labourers, days at $1 ; W Crowley 19| ; Robert Cushing lh ; Anslow Daly 8J; John Daly 

13 ; Herbert Foley 8| ; Wm Hanley 44 ; Gordon Hickson 48| ; Ed Hornibrook 13^ ; 

Robert Payne 15 ; Norman Peters 8| ; Robt Peters Sh ; Frank Roirdon 7i ; Mathew 

Sargent 6^ ; Robert Sargent 13f ; W Scott 6^ ; John "B Smith 17i ; Jas Ward 4i ; 

Frank Welton 8 

Labour, Scott Payne, 30| d at $1.15 ; truckman, Robt Payne, 13J d at $3 

Truckmen, days at $1.50 : Wilfrid Daly 1 ; John Dempsey 2 ; Robt Payne 2i ; Roval 

Scott 17| ; W Scott 8^ ; Jno B Smith 233 

Horse and carriage for caulkers, Geo LeReche, 2 d at $2 . 

Burpee, I & E R : § in rd iron, 331 lbs at $2.95, 522 lbs at $2.85 ; f and 1-in rd iron, 327 lbs at 

$2.80, 442 lbs at $2.90 ; machine bolts, 1,179 lbs at 5c, 597 lbs at 4ic ; 20 to 27 in x 1 drift 

bolts, 16,591 lbs at 3|c ; plate washers, 212 lbs at 5^c, 490 lbs at 4^c ; wrot spikes, 1,507 

lbs at 4c, 448 lbs at $3.50 ; 2 augers $2.90 ; chain, 22^ lbs at 6^c 

Hornibrook, H : granite ballast, 196 yds at $1. 1147 yds at 80c ; birch lumber, 50| tons at $6 ; 

hardwood 44 tons at $4 

McAvity, T & Sons : 2i and 3 in manilla, 153 lbs at 18c; Thompson augers, 8 at $2.75 ; 1 

boring machine $7~.50; 1 bbl coal tar $4 50 ; 1 bbl pitch $2.70; hardware, $6.95; 

freight $3.73 

O'Brien, Robert, 12 in double blocks, 2 at $6.55, 2 blocks, $5.20 

Read, J & Co : 1 and 1^ in rd iron screw bolts, 250 lbs at $4.50, 455 lbs at $3.75 ; 1-in drift 

bolts, 350 lbs at $3.25 ; 100 lbs plate washers, $5.25 ; sundry hardware $15.53 

Quinlan, Sleeth & Co : bolts, 1029 lbs at 4|c, straps 1824 lbs at 5fc 

Timber: hardwood, 261 '25 tons at $4; birch, 11H tons at $6; spruce flooring, 25,255 ft at 

$12, 1,085 ft at $10, 864 ft at $7 ; hemlock, 4,258 ft at $7.50; ballast poles, 2,691 ft at 

ljc; paid as follows: J Chamberlain $108.26; Chapman & O'Brien $10.85; Burton 

Doncaster $42.24 ; Thos. Eady $19.80 ; Rob't Hickson $14.80 ; Garrett Hodnelt $27.80 ; 

Heber Hodnelt $47.21; W J Hornibrook $129.63; Richard Parrott $31.93; Wendall 

Scott $593.10 ; W C Scott and Thos Sargent $1,023.48 ; John J Smith $57.15 

Delivering messages, $6 ; 5 f t x 17 w g cross cut saws, $7 .50 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



$ cts. 



210 40 



213 26 

87 67 
158 97 


75 59 
32 55 


177 78 
71 40 
14 60 

247 21 
67 39 

106 79 
47 49 


394 36 

16 75 
11 43 


88 80 
23 74 


2,046 18 



228 00 
149 36 



445 57 
40 00 



108 63 



258 25 
75 86 


49 62 
4 00 


868 07 


1,434 95 


71 92 
18 30 


60 46 
151 18 



2,106 25 
13 50 



6,086 92 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-191 



Cocagne, N.B.: An". 26 Oct. IS. 

Foreman, .las. Barnes, L5 d. at $2 : master carpenter, II. Gallant. 29$ d. at »l' 

Carpenters, days at $1 50: I'. Bastaraohe 6A ; .1. Brean 23£ ; P. Gognen 22; <•. Hunter 9f 
Labourers, days at $1 25: F. Bilodeau 2j ; !>. Bourgeois •_". : F. Haeh64; P. LeBlanc 26? 

T. St. Peter 6| 

Teamsters and 2 horses, day at $3 : R, Bourgeois lfcj N. Gognen 1 ; T. St. Peter f 

Teamsters and 1 horse, N. Gognen, 6fd. at $1.75; T. St. Peter, 1 '1. 11.76 

Barnes. Ed., horse and wagon M) trips at $1 ; hardware sundries, $11 .05 

Bourgeois, H., stone, 37 yds at Wo; I lysart, A., stone, 253 yds at 35c, 75 at 40c ; horse feed, $10 
Gogain, X. stone, 53 yds at 40c; Irving, J. 1)., sp. deals, 12,343 ft at $10, 1 peavy, $1.50. 
McPhadden Jos, hauling lumber &c $17.50 ; Sumner Co., rope, 75 lbs. at 15c; freight, 25c. 

Wood ('has, -tone, 25 yds at 40c 

Spikes, 2 kegs at $4 : smithwork $5.64 ; stone, 11 yds at 40c ; use of clamps and haubng - s ; 
sundry hardware §2.55 . 



Total, carried to page V— (J. 



Balliousie, \.8S. : Repairing Wharf, July 5 June 30. 

Foreman, Robert Craig, 53 d. at §2, outlay, $1 

Carpenters, days at $1 .50 : T. Beckingbam 4A ; T. Craig 25.\ ; A. Mclntyre 14 ; J. Laviolette 

16 ; I. Normandeau 17 r-. ... 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Alexander, J. 13; Beckingbam, T \ ; Craig, D. G. 16, John 3, 

Robt \, Thos 5 ; Laviolette. F. 16, Jos. 20, Win. ; Miller, "Chas. 2, Hugh 21| ; McNeil 

II. 3 : Tower, Geo. 8h ; Reid, Robt 14 

l\ian and team, days at $2 : Craig, G. 8, John 28, Robt. R 4, Wm 6 

Teamster, Geo. Craig, 1 d. at SI. 50 ; water boy, E. Good, 14 d. at 50c 

Burpee, I. & E. 1673 drift bolts, 6856 lbs at 3c ; 64 machine bolts, 416 lbs. at 4c ; 128 plate 

washers, 149 lbs. at 4jC ; wrot. spikes, 5811 lbs at 4c 

Cyr, Sylv. commission as paymaster, SI. 35 ; Delaney, J. B. surveying timber, 48420 ft at 15c. 
McAvity, T. & Sons, 4 — 8 lb. hammers, $4.40; man. rope, 75 lbs at 10c; hardware, 

ss '';> 
Skives, Kilgour, fender piles, 21—40 ft x 9 in at $2.50,' 18—30 ft x 9 in at $1.50 ; 52—10 in. 

sp. piles, 1021 ft at 8c ; spruce logs, 216, 12 in = 5365 ft at 6c, 216, 10 to 12 in = 51116 sq. 

ft at $15. : >]). flooring, 22 x 7 in, 3014 at lie ; sp. covering 33000 sq ft at $12 ; birch 

sheathing, 6000 sq ft at $12 

Wallace, A. G. ballast stones, 500 ton at 80c ; bolts, 444 lbs at She 



Total, carried to page V — 6 



Edgett's Landing, Ballast Wharf: Ulaj 15-Jime 19, 1900. 

Foreman, Geo Barnett : ldh d at $2 ; procuring lumber, 2 d at $2 ; horse hire $1.50 

Carpenters at $1 .50 : Evans Barnett 17 d, John Barnett 18J d, Rupert Lewis 17^ d 

Labour, Eenwick Barnett, 17 d at 75c 

Burpee, I & E R : wrot spikes, 15 kegs at $3.75 ; hardware $7.69 

Hicks, J Manning : 3 & 4 in. hemlock deals, 35328 ft at $8.25; hemlock shims, 996 ft at 
$8 25 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Hopewell Cape, N.B.: Wharf. 



Queen's Printer's account 



Hopewell Cape, N.B. : Bepairs to Wharf. 

Bennett, W I), services as foreman, arranging for and i-eceiving materials between Feb 5 and 
.1 une 30, 1900 : 10 d at $2 

Balger, Hy, 3-in hemlock plank, 18000 ft at $8.60 

Bishop, John E, hemlock timber 9 to 15-in s e, 508 1 ft at 5c 

Hicks. J M, hemlock timber, 12-in x to 12-in, 12378 ft at $7.26 

Lynds, E W : rd hemlock timber 23 ft long, 9 to 20-in at s e, 1886 1 ft at 5c ; rafting sq 
timber from mill to wharf, 2 miles, 12378 ft at $1.26 

Pye, John L, horse hire $2 : Tingley, 1 >avid, horse hire $3 .... 

Total, carried to page V— (i 



x cts. 


89 oo 


'.12 21 


52 70 


'.i 75 


L3 56 


51 05 


L43 35 


146 13 


29 00 


II) 00 


20 59 


663 46 



107 oo 
115 50 



168 7:-; 

92 00 

8 50 

461 84 
8 61 

24 63 



1,763 02 

415 54 



3,165 37 



11 50 

79 1.". 

12 75 

63 04 

299 67 



490 00 



28 87 



20 00 
151 80 
29 o<> 

SO 74 


10i) 77 
5 00 


409 21 



V- 192 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT \ 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



La Tete, St. George, N.B.: New Wharf. 

Burpee I & E R : I in. ref iron, 2030 lbs at $2.60 ; 1 keg 9 in. wire spikes $3.35 

Catnarm, John T, rafting and transporting logs (contract) 26635 ft B M 10 miles 

Connell H V : spruce logs, 15412 f t B M at $6 ; hemlock logs, 2592 ft B M ^^.50 

Dick S W : services as foreman arranging and superintending of material, <£ d at $2 , out J ay 

$2 75 .... 

Kennedy,' A C,' making 660 bolts $9.90 ; Leland W, hauling bolts $3 

McGee, A. manilla rope, 40 lbs at 18*c ; South Line Ry, freight $2 . 10 

MacKenzie, John A, spruce logs, 4480 ft B M .at $6.. ■•■■■■••■■■- • ■ ■ • • • ■ • • • •■ 

Sherrard J Henry : hemlock logs, 4151 f t B M at $5 ; ballast poles, 3061 f t at lc 



Total, carried to page V- 



I/Etang, N.B.: Extension to Wharf, May 2 June 27, 1900. 



Sub-conductor, John McGratton, 41 d at $2. . . . . . . . . . • • ■•••*• ; • • ■ • ■ • 

Carpenter, Fred Cowley, 7 d at $1.75 ; Carter Harry McGratton, 22 d at 81 5 . ._ 

Labourers days at 75c : Garfield Cook 22J, Golden Cook 9, Isaac Donahue 18£, J Garnett 9, 

C Miner m, R McKay 13J . . - • ■• ■ 

Burpee, I & E R, 12x| in wrt spikes, 9 kegs at $4 

Clark & Jackson, § and I in iron, 1531 lbs at $2.80 •••••• • -.;: ■■*{.'" " a- d 

McGratton? John t spruce logs, 6294 ft at $8 ; ballast poles 1500 1 ft at l|c ; boarding 6 men 

in all, 85^ d at 50c 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



$ ets. 

56 13 

35 00 

104 13 

17 75 
12 90 
9 50 
26 88 
51 36 

313 65 



Labourers 



Main River Bridge, Kent Co., N. B. : Building Public Wharf, March 
14-June 30, 1900. 

aSS£Sa£&^ SK § X KVa^ d at $i:75 ; A1 T M^y, 19 

Lab r7rRobtHStchinson 13f, Selkirk Murray 9, David McAuley 29i /a. McDermot g£ 
John McWilliam 2, Robt Robertson 9, Jonathan Sullivan 42£, John Target 5, Geo 

Thompson 235, Edw Ward 21J, Jas Ward 20| >■•••■■ '""ii: ■ ; ■ ■ : 

ovfrers Wm Morton, 5 d at $1.20 ; Jonathan Sullivan, 4 d at $1.15 ; Thos Beers 5 d at 
$1 15; David Graham, 4 d at $1.10; Edward Thompson, 2 d at 70c ; Jonathan Graham, 

Labotrera days at $1 : ' Alex Barnes 5,Douglas Clair 5, Frank EllisV, Isaac Ellis' 15, Robt 
Robertson 3*, Edw Sinton 8, Wm Sullivan 16«, Edw Thompson 6i, Thos Whalen 1 

Carters : John Murray, 14f d at $3 ; Selkirk Murray, 14 d at $3 ; Wm Sulhvan, 4 d at $3; 
Anthony Roach, 5f d at $1.50 . .... ••■••• ••• :• 

Brait, J & W : 30 lbs rope, $4.94 ; 2 augers, $1.35 ; 10 bs spikes 40c . . . . .^. • . . .... 

Jardine J & T : refd iron bolts, delivered at wharf, 8,953 lbs at 4c ; spruce ballast poles, 47/ 
at 30c ; spruce fenders, 1,760 ft at lc ; \ doz peevies, $9 ; \ doz augers, $4.80 ; 4 doz axes, 
$4.50 : 100 lbs chain, $7 ; sundry hardware, $4 • • • • 

Morton. John: hemlock trees for stringers 12 m square 14 at $1 7o . . . . . .. •<_;••/•" 

Murray, Selkirk : hauling stone, 117| cub yds at 40c ; hemlock logs, 81,616 ft at %1 , stone 
delivered, 119 cub yds at 75c ; stone ballast, voucher not yet received at Audit Office, 
Dec 3, 1900, $369 



82 00 
50 75 

64 13 

36 00 
42 86 

113 10 

388 84 



Total, carried to page V— 6. 



Bichibucto, N.B. : Repairing Beach Protection. 



J. Finigan 82J ; J. Fitzpatrick 



Foreman, Allan Hains : 93 d at $2.50; out ay, $8. /0 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: J. Ameraux 0ft; ;D. Daigle 53 ; J. Imigan 82| ; J. . 

' 84 ; J. Gould 50 ; F. Hains 81 ; J. Long 66 ; A. O'Brien 31 ; J. F. Richard 18 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : F. Babain 88*; A. Barnett 39 ; F. Bamcan 18 ; H. C 
J. Cormier 36h; G. Finigan 66^ ; A. Long 15 ; T Long 66; W. Long 39, 1 
J Murray 43 ; F. McNeil 84 ; F. Richard 40 ; J. F. Richard 61 
Shaddick 66£ ; J. Tebedo 54^ ; J. Thompson 37 ; W 

Teamster and team, 

UI> 1^242 at 4|c ; w'rot." spikes, 8 kegs at $4 4 at $3 85 2 at $3.75 ... . ... ...... _ • • • • • 

Jardine, J. & T., hem. timber, 13,340 ft at $7 ; sp. timber, 1,832 ft at $10 ; sp. deals, 7,051 ft. 
aT $8 • sp. poles. 484 ft at 6c, 500 at lc ; rope, 184 lbs at 16c ; use of clamps, $5 ; sundries, 



Chevrier 18 ; 
Michaud 17 
J. Robertson 24 ; J. 

Thompson 65^ 

J W Robertson, 64 d at $3 ; watchman, John Robertson, 58 d at $1. . 
machine bolts, 1,559 lbs at 4^c, 5,046 at 4c ; plate washers, 413 lbs at 5c, 



142 00 
150 00 

302 77 

23 65 

67 50 

106 87 
6 69 



548 12 
24 50 



1,076 56 



2,448 66 



$6.60. 



McAvity7T."&Sons, galv'.'steel wireV202'lbs at'4c ; wrot. spikes, 4 kegs at $3.50; freight 
O'Brtei^J.' M.', sm'ithwork,' $7.50, Robt.','smithworkV$4.65V Phinney,' r!,' galv! cap 80c. . . 



Carried forward 



241 20 
799 50 



1,034 97 
250 00 

406 55 



243 18 

25 92 
12 95 



3,014 27 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-193 



iti« liibiM to, N.B. : Repairing Beacb Protection— Concluded. 
Brought forward . ... 



Robertson, (1. W., brush, 11 jobs, $80, difference in bnu>h, S7.50; stone, 59 yds at $1 .60, 710 

at $] : tug, carrying spikes, bolts, etc, L3 trips at |5, 1 at $3 ; large blocks, 1 set $20 ; 

sundries, -S3 •.•••••. • 

Simmons & Burpee, use of pile driver, Mar. to Nov., $35 ; 1 brl. pitch, $3 ; 1 brl. tar, $3 . . 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



River St. John, Including Tributaries. 

Chapman Wharf (WOO). 

Baird, T. A. & W. S., federal contribution, towards contract of $000 for construction of 
wharf 



Newcastle Wharf, Queen's Co. (8340.20). 

Baird, T. A. & W. S., federal contribution, towards contract of $080.40 for reconstruction and 
extension of wharf , 



Middlt Southampton, Repairing Tow Path, Nov. 8-18, June 4-21 (-$247.77). 



Foreman, Tompkins, W. S., 25 d at $2, 2 d at S3 ; outlay, $0.25 

Labourers, days al $1.25: Byron, C. 10| ; Clynicko, Geo. 6; Dore, J. l£; Fox, A. 10; Alex, 

7, E. 5 ; Freeman, J. 3jy ; Grant, 4 ; Ingraham, B. 3, Geo. 3 ; Lenentine, A. 1, V. 3 

Leonard, M. 6 ; Mascon, J. C. U ; Miller, E. 4, L. W. 1 ; Patterson, B. 5, I. 4, R. 4, S. 

2, Smith 4 ; Way, A. 3, L. 3. 

Labourers, days at $1 : John Feene, 2 ; M. Miller, 1 

Teams, days al $2.50 : G. Clyanch, 2 ; J. Fox, 2 ; A. Ingraham, 2 

Clynicko, Geo., 3 hand-spikes, §4.00 ; horse hire, 2 d at $1 ; use of drag $2, handles 40c 

Dibblee, W. F. & Son, dynamite, GO lbs at 25c. ; fuse, 175 ft at lc. ; caps, §2.10; pickaxe, 

80c - 

Hem. log, 1,025 ft, S3. 07 ; sharpening drills, 98 at 5c, 58 at 4 c. ; tools, S3. 05 ; sundries, 

$2.73 



Rapide de Femme Rocks, Grand Falls, Sept. 29-Oct. 20 (8300). 

Foreman, Frank Weatherhead, 19 d at §2 

Labourers, days at .si. 50 : Estabrook, J. 7 ; Kelly, J. P. 1 ; Moran, P. 8, William 0i ; Merritt, 
Wm. 3, Win. jr. 2 ; McCarty, B. 13, John 11 ; McCormack, F. 14, John 154, Tom 14 
Rideout, S. 5 ; Taylor, W. lo. 1 , ; Watson, M. 5& Wallace 5 ; Weatherhead, E. 5, Wm.5 
West, Geo. VI), . .' 

Graham, J. R., dynamite, 100 lbs, $15 ; fuse, 300 ft, 84.50 ; caps, 1 box, $2.50 ; 4 h. handles 
53c 



Murray, H. S., sharpening drills, 70 at 10c, ; Taylor, G. M. drill steel, 58£ lbs, at 12c. ; 2 

hammers, $1.50 - • • 

Wilson, L. W, sharpening drills, 01 at 10c. ; making drills, 8 at 25c . 



St. Francis, N.B., Oct. 1-26 (8300). 



Foreman, John Basque, 15 d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : Albert, T. 6, Wm. 2 ; Bass, H. 7, Victor 7 ; Bouchie, D. 4, Frank 
5 ; Cooper, R. ; Dorrmie, J. 7, Magloire 3 ; Gendreau, A. 7. Prank 6, Frank jr. 8, Levi 
2, Oliver 10 ; McDonald, J. 9, Thos. 8; Oullette, E. 3; Sylvid, X. 6; Tagget, H. 6 

Canoeing, Victor Bass, 1 d. $2 ; O. Gendreau, 1 d. 82 

Teams, days at 83 : D. Bouchie 8 ; J. Domnie 5 ; Mag. Domnie 4 ; L. Gendreau 5 ; G. Jones 2 

Mclnery, J. H., hire of tent, 20 d, at 50c ; hire of spreads, 20 at 50c 



Green River, Improvements, Sept. 9-23 (8298.98). 



12, 



Foreman, Narcisse Marquis. 10| d. at $2 

Blacksmith, Ubald Midland. d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1 : Boucher, O. 11; Couturin, F. 4; Dumond, M. 11; Michaud, G. : 
Jos. 12. Prudent 5, Regis 9|, Thos. 11, Xavier 12, Xavier jr. 5 ; Marquis, J. 11 ; S 
L. 10, Pierre 10 ; Morin, F. 10; Pelletier, C. 12 ; Picard, X. 11 ; Plourd, M. 10 

Marquis, Hnnv, beef, 100 lbs. 80.50; cheese, W Lbs. $4.80 ; Hour, 1 bbl. $5: hire of blankets 
drills and boots, $4.50; pork, 150 lbs., $13.50; team-hire, 12 d. at $3, 3 d. a 
sundry provisions, etc., $20.93 



Carried forward. 



$ eta. 



927 00 
41 00 



3,982 27 



300 00 ~ 



340 20 



62 25 



122 80 

3 00 

15 00 

9 00 


19 65 


16 07 



38 00 

215 25 

22 53 

16 12 
8 10 

30 00 



168 00 

4 00 

72 00 

20 00 



21 50 
12 00 



166 75 

98 73 

1,786 95 



1— 13v 



V-194 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



River St. John, including Tributaries— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Tobique River, Improvements, Aug 28-Oct 3, Mar 15-Apl 12 

Foreman E. Hutchinson, 62 d. at $2.50 ; taking care of plant, $5 ; travel, $2.45 ; outlay, 50c. 
Labourers, Chas Barr, 1 d. at $1.50 ; T. Giberson 9 d at $1.37. . . . . .. . . . . . . . ..... . - 

Labourers dads at $1.25 : Brown, B 9 ; Camber, V 24 ; Campbell, A 24, Fred 24 ; Giberson 

H 24 • McCarthy, E 15, Jas 6, Peter 14 ; Sisson, H 15 ; Sprague, S 24 

Canoeman, L. Campbell, 30 d. at $1.50 ; boat, Jas. McNair, 23 d. at 50c 

Team & teamsters, days at $3 : E. Armstrong 7 ; H. Campbell 25 . . . ... . . . 

Teamster and labourer, L. Campbell, 25 d. at $2 ; blacksmith, J. Curry, 24 d at $1.40 

Bedell T>. R., tent cotton, 63 yds at 8c ; Howard, HG.,1 canoe, $3.50 

Hutchinson, H., making 1 tent, $3 ; Kupkey, A. E., smith- work, $4.70 . . 

Sutton, M. S. dynamite, 37 lbs. at 35c ; fuse, 300 ft, $3.50 ; drill steel, 75 lbs at 13c 

ware sundries, $9.55 = - 



hard- 



Sundry. 
Detailed under " Engineers, Maritime Provinces, salaries and expenses," page V— 199. 
Total, carried to page V— 6 • « • « - 



Shippegan Harbour, N.B. : Sept. 1-Nov. 30, 1899. 



Foreman, J. D. Sheehan, 78 days at $3 . . . . .... ................ . . . . ••■•••• 

Carpenters days at $1.50 : DeGrace, Allain 69% ; Landry Arcade 31| d at $2 . . . ...... 

Carters days at $1.50 : Chiasson P 6£ ; Dumaresq, Frank 28| ; Perier, Felix Z\ ; Robichaud 
A 16, Jos. L. 25f ; Trudelle, August 3 Phelix 1 ••••••••••••••• ■ ' ;- ™ - W oi 

Labourers, days at $1.15 : Blanchard, E 44| Jos 20; Burbndge Edvv 22| ; Chiasson, D 21 
Delegkrde, Jno. 61* ; Gallant, Alph. 32^ ; Govm, L 21 ; Noel, O 5 )| 5 Paquette, Frank 
54^; Robichaud, Jno F. 64|, Louis Y. 62; Roselle, Fabien 66J, Peter 19; Savoy, 
Adelard 32! ; Trudelle, Phelix 32! 

Scowman, Camille Trudelle, 62| days at $1.25. ............... . . . ■ . r. 

Burpee, I & E. R.: bolts, §x20 in, 502 lbs at 3c ; 1 keg, 7 in spikes, $4 

Byrd, Win, foreman in charge of works ($246.32) 

Detailed in 1898-99, page Q— 138 

DuuSreIq g F^ 1899,' $2';' labour, 3 d. at 

LanSf 'A^eYu'se 4 of &£"*£ K& * 1« S7.50; plank/4 i^SSO ft -i-fc, 

timber 10x12 in, 1080 ft at 1 2c ; 3 piles 12 ft long, $1.80 

Mallet, Cleophas, stone, 17! yds at $1 ;••■■•:■ .• -v ' VnoV \L" 'I'a 

McAvity, T <fe Sons : 1 coil hemp, 54 lbs at 10c ; steel wire, 192! lbs at 4c. ••••••• • ■ - • ■ • - : • 

Robichaud, J. L.s stone, 268 yds at $1 ; poles, 1152 ft of 5 in. at Ik 220 of 3. m a 2|c 1 400 
>. . at ljc ; 12 ft at 4 -16c ; pirch faggots, 530 at 10c ; 45 posts, 8 ft long, 4x5 m. at 12c ; 400, 

1 " 6 ft stakes, 3 in at l^c. ... . . - • • • • ■ • • ; • • • • • • • • • ••••••■-;•• • • • • • • • 

Sheehan, J. d!: services as conductor, 11 days at $3 ; railway fare $17.61; team hire $9.60 ; 

r~ hotel expenses $4.50 ; sundries $4 68 ■■■■■■-:■■■■•■■■ r Q v * T * V" ¥i'a"fi'. '^ai' 

Brush at $20 for job 12,000 ft.: Robichaud, Louis, $10; Thomas, $35; J. L. $186; Noel, 

^^^U^^^^^, O $2i:88 V Robichaud, Leon D $12.5oV Andrew 

i ' $43.75; Mazeralle, I $6.25; Trudel, Felix $62. 50 ........... - . . ... 

Poles, 400 at l£c, 10 at 15c, 10 at 5c ; 20 posts, 160 ft at ±!c; stone, 8 yds at $1 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Sliippegan : Wnarf at Lameque. 

Advertising $103.20 ; Queens Printers account $11.43 

St. Joiin Harbour : Negro Point Breakwater : Nov. 10- Jan. 24, Men. 1-June 

30, 1900. 



Foreman, John W. 
Carpenter, Milton 
Labourers, days at 
Fredl, M 59 ; 
Hayes, Jas 10^ 
M 1121 . Lord, 
James 46|, Wi 
C U ; Perkins 
Williams, E S 



Lon 
Perkins 



at $3. 50 ••• 

: Belyea, Fred" 1061,' T 2 2 ;' Campbell^ J 21 ; Brogan, N 2 ; Cohoian, 
Clarke, W 75 ; Coyle, John 15! ; Hamilton, N 140! ; Hagerty, M 3 J 17 ; 

■• Jennings, H 64; Kane, Chas 48! ; Lenihar, Hugh 100, Patk 31 ; Long, 
W96; Murphy M 56!; Manson, J 24; McDade, Peter 88 ; McKee, 

lliam 157* ; McLaughlin, Peter 117! J McCarthy, Fred 61! ; McGill, J 42, 
M 46* ; Russel, J 10*, H 17! 5 Moisten, Win 1 ; Stackhouse, Edgar 50 : 



:,<;} 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
1,786 95 



162 95 
13 83 

223 75 

56 50 

96 00 

83 60 

8 54 

7 70 

35 75 



237 00 



2,712 57 



234 00 
167 75 

127 13 



705 00 
78 44 
19 06 

236 32 
10 00 

19 27 

50 82 
17 50 
13 09 



370 26 

69 39 

256 00 

146 88 
17 40 



2,538 31 



114 63 



502 75 
129 75 



2,520 75 



3,153 25 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-195 



St. John Harbour : Negro Point Breakwater — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Allan, C B., 1 stove $7.75; Bundries $2.40 

Appleby. l'>. B., Spoon Island gray granite, ■ ' 82.50 ... 

DriscolL John Ef. : 90 ■ boards and deals $10.60; 1 lighter $120 

Driscoll, J. M. : spruce, 2,082 ft at at $12, 229 at $15; boards, 2,000 sp. al $10;3-in 

deal, L.984 al $11, 500 at $12 ; 2-in plank, 3,016 at $11, L,500 at $12 ; spar booms, 2 
Fitzgerald, Daniel : labour, 30£ Ins. at 40c ; iron, 174 lbs at 3c ; screw bolts, 14(5 at 4c, 1(5 at 

washers L5e , 

Gilleland, Thomas, gray granite, 320 yds at $2.40 

Long, John W., labour, 9 days at $2.50 , 

Mc l\ it v. T & Sons : (5-in wire s] i at $3.25, 1 at $3 20, 1 at S3. 40, 31 lbs at $1 .63 
at, 57 bbls. at $2.66, L0 at $2.90; labour, 19 bra at 50c, 4 at 40c ; 1). links, 5.1 doz 
iteel wire, 534 ft $40.25 ; manilla, 120 lbs at 16c ; 3 ply roofing. 2 rolls at 
, 5 at $2.25; oakum, 150 lbs at 6c; shovels, 1 .', doz. at ; >s ; handles, $4.25; wheel- 
barrows, 2 at $2.50 ; 120 lbs. g chain at Uc, sundries $33.-63 

Taylor, E R., jute, 238 yds at 9|c, 40 at lie, 208 at 6£c 

Tug Leader : 8 trips at $2, 2 at $1.25 

Cedar shingles, 4500 at $1 : cartage $1 ; 3 casks at 50c 

Total, carried to page V— 6 

St. John Harbour, Fort Duflferin: Repairing Wharf: Ularch 16-Apl 28, 1899. 

Foreman John J. Kane : services, 38 d at §2.50 ; use of tools, 35 d at 60c ; less lc over- 
expenditure .... 

Carpenters : Jas Kane, 3H d at $2 ; David Lynch, 36 d at $1.75 ; Edw McGrigle 27 d at 
$1.75 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : Paul McDade, 20| d ; 8 labourers 1 day each, $12 

Teamster, Michael Kane, 5 d at $2 

Driscoll, John M : spruce timber, 1292 ft at §15 ; birch timber, 7168 ft at §18 ; spruce deal, 
925 ft at §10 ; birch piling, 13 pes at §2 

Fitzgerald, Daniel : bolts, 1066 lbs at 3c ; sundry smith work, §7.20 

Lynch, David : hemlock, 2 M ft at §6 , 

McAvity, T & Sons : manilla rope, 138 lbs at 17c, 14 at 18c ; hardware, §9.39 

O'Briem Robt : 4 pulley-blocks, §16.51 ; 2 sheaves, §1.70 ; 2 steel pins, 20c 

Scully, W E : 2 scows of stone ballast delivered at wharf, 169 yds at §1 

Total, carried to page V— 6 , , 

St. Nicholas River Wharf, N.R. i March 7- June 27, 1900. 



Conductors at §2 : WmH. Mundle, 54 ; R. N. Doherty 6 

Carpenter, Alex. .Mundle, 47i d. at §1.75 •. 

Carter, Jas. Mundle and horse, 4 d at .§1.50 

Labourers, days at §1.25: Hannah, Alex. 20; Hanrahan, John, 21^; Irving, Wm. 21h ; 
Mundle, James 16|, Fred 12f ; Murray, Cavan 4 

Labourers, days at $1.15: Atkinson, Edgar 14f; Barton, Wm. A2|; Grant, Fred 19^; 
Hannah, Alex 1 ; Irving Wm 7 ; Masterton, Wm 16i ; Mundle, Fred 7'i ; Murphy, 
Thos. 264 ; Wilson, Alex 4* ; Robertson, Havelock 2£ d at $.1 

Hauling logs^ days at §2.75 : John Hanrahan and team lh ; Jas. Mundle If ; Alex. Robert- 
son £ d. at §2.50 

Burpee, I & E. R. : spikes, 10 kegs at §4 ; bolts, 7,569 lbs at 3|c 

Doherty, R. N. : hemlock, 6,000 sup. ft. at §7, 685 at §10 ; stone hallast, 202 yds at 70c ; 
ballast poles, 17 and 24 ft. long, (5 in small end, 220 at 27c ; rope, 30 lbs at 14c : stone, 
100 yds. at 80c ; hire for scow §10 ; sundries §7.07 

Jardine, J & T : hemlock logs, 44,582 ft at §7 ; peevies, 4 at §1.50 ; ref. iron, 187 lbs at 3c ; 
augers §4 ; sundries, §4.88 

Lennox, William, sr. : surveying 44,582 s. ft. round timber at 10c ; horse-hire §9 

Hauling 7,547 lbs iron §8.30 ; 21 pieces round hemlock, 22 ft. long. 12 in. top at 20c; horse- 
hire, §4.75 ; sundries §5.60 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Harbours and Rivers : Maritime Provinces Generally. 

Harrington Wharf, Skclbume Co. N.S. : Repairs Oct. 1-31, 1899 (91,178.96). 

Conductor, J Had win Christie, 24 '9 d at §2 ; horse, 134. d at §1 

Carpenters, days at $L50: Alex. Crowell 17.|, Chas Crowell 4i, Math Crowell 16J, Arch 
Hopkins 12-05 

Carried forward 

l-13Jv 



$ cts. 

3,158 25 

lo 15 

L30 60 

133 12 

24 21 

768 00 
22 50 



368 73 
10 53 
18 50 

7 00 


4,911 89 



115 99 



173 25 


43 12 


10 00 


183 65 


39 18 


12 00 


35 37 


18 44 


169 00 


800 00 


119 99 


83 12 


6 00 



119 96 



117 76 

9 55 

323 84 



350 92 

332 56 
L3 15 

22 85 



1,500 00 



63 05 
75 06 



138 11 



V-196 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Harbours and Rivers : Maritime Provinces Generally— Continued. 



Brought forward , 



Barrington Wharf— Concluded. 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Jos Adams llf, Alex Christie 15f, Arthur Christie 164 B Christie 
6 7, L Christie 9 7, Wm Christie 1, G Doane 5, Kobt Golden 22 '15, Benj Hopkms 9^, 
Fred Hopkins 15' 65, P Nickerson 1 ;•";•"■•'••;■" ~r : v. "oi'-o W ; V-" 

Double teams, days at $3 : Jas Banks 94, Edgar Boyd 4;1, Arthur Christie 2* B Christie 
I. Geo Clawson 16 6, W B Gammon 2 "45, James Gibson 6 '9, J King % John Lam 



rock 6 • 3," Thos McKay 4, Sam Nickerson 17, Jas Nicols 2 ...... 

McKay, J H & J A, Clyde River, 3 in spruce piank, 1398 ft at $10. . . . . . ... ... ...... . . • . . 

Sutherland, Robt, Clyde River : 3 in white hemlock plank, 67035 ft at $7.50, 16192 at $8 

Hardwarefete $4.38;' smi'thwork $4. 25*;' help rafting' logs $1.50; hauling plank $2.94; ! 
kegs spikes $7 ■ ' 

Bass. Pond, Antigonisk Co., N.S.: Sept. 11-Nov. 13, 1899 ($600.62). 

Conductor, Alexander Mclnnis, 31 9 d at $2 ; blasting, Dan Barry, 2 d at $1.50 

Labourer with 2 horses, Dan Barry, 19 ■ 22 d at $3 ■•■■•■■••■■■ • ; • -„ ' ■ 

Labourers with 1 horse, days at $2 : Wm Forrestal 23 "3, Alex McDonald (D'sson)7-05, Rory 
McDonald (Woods 5 '7, Patk Power 9 '3, Martm Stafford 24-15 • • 

Labors, day at $1.25 /'Beaton, Alex (Sandy's son) 29 "35; McAskill Allan 10' 6; Mc- 
Donald, Duncan (Donaldy) 29'37, Geo (Neil) 2692, John (Neil) 8 Wm 11'7 : Oneill Jas 
(Jim's son) 23 17 ; Power, Patrick 15 47 ; Stafford, Thos 26 '92 ; 6 others each less than 7 

LabSs!^m:i™^ 

Labourers, days at $1 : John Forrestall 17f , Harry McDonald b • 8 

Barry D & Sons : giant powder, 28 lbs at 25c ; fuse, bo it at lc 

Kirk, D G, hardware 70c ; McDonald, Geo, stone drag $2.50 

Trotter, F R, 2 second-hand road scrapers, at $5.50. . 

Birch Hill Cove, Antigonish Co., N.S.: Aug. 30-Sept. 29-, 1899 ($299.88). 



Foreman, Donald M McDonald, 16J d at $2 . -•■•'•■ y ■ ■ • ; • • • ■ • 

Carpenter, A R Mclsaac, llf d at $1.50 ; team, John McDonald 14|d at $1.50 

Dynamite' blasters, days at $1.75 : Dougald McDonald ^, /ohn H McGilhvray 5| 
Labourers days at $1.25 : McDonald, Andrew 4, Angus A lb, Arch 15^, Dan J 7p Duncan 
A 9 John A 9|? John C 10, John M 1\, John R 2, Michael D 16, Ronald 7| ; McGillivray 

KirkJD G 1 : ^mS?75 lbs at 30c ; 'fuse', 8 coils at 50c ; 1 keg blasting powder $3.50 ; 1 box 

McDonald* Cap? A? 489" ft spruce plank $4.*89 '; McDonald,' Stephen, smith work $4.90 

Church Point Wharf, Digby Co., N.S.: Nov. 20-Dec. 7, 1899 ($130.77). 
Conductor, Louis A Melancon, 10 \ d at $2 



Carpenter : Vital Thibodeau, 10£ d at $1.50 ; James Comeau, h d .at $1 
Labourers, days at $1 : Boudreau, L $ ; Thibodeau Ambrose 9, Ambros 
Carters, days at $2 : L Boudreau 1, James Comeau 1£, Remi Ihibodeau 



Ambrose 9, Remi 5. 
mbodeau 

Belliveau. John B, round spruce logs 6 to 8-in dia at top, 584 ft at lc 

Me anion & Burri t : spruce plank and boards, 1,927 ft at $9 ; hardware and spikes $7.15 
TlibodeauT.fohn B : rd spruce logs, 6 to 8-in dia at top, 595 ft at % ; 180 ft spruce pla 
$1.44; iron, 207 lbs at 3c ■• 

Devil's Island, Halifax, N.S. : Repairs to Breakwater, ($97.13). 

Carpenter, Wm Himelman, 104 d at $2 ; teamster and f erriage, I Turner - $2 .40 . ... 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: T Edwards 7, L Himelman 8|, T Osborn 8fc R Potter 

Roberteon Wm*& Son: § ref iron,' 155 lbs' at $2'! 65';' cut spikes,' 66'lbs* at 4c . . . . 

Timber, 89 ft at 5c, 32 at 4fe 25 at 4c ; 414 ft 3 in spruce $7 ; use of boat 60c ; making bolts 



$1.50 

Digby, N.S. : Repairing Government Pier ($173.56). 

Detailed at page Q 140-1898-99 $176.26 ; less $2.70 since refunded (D O Sproul, hire of screw) 

East Bay, North Side : March 1-Apl. 30, 1898 ($300). 

Conductor, Duncan Gillis : services, 16f d at $2 ; horse hire 4| d at $1.50 . 

P™1 Mrhl McDonald Gh cl at $1.30 ; blacksmith, Neil J McLean 7 d at $1.2o. ... .... . 

Labors', dlSS Tairiis, Jas 8 ; McDonald, D A 6i, Mchl J 5 Ronald 4 ; McKm- 
non, Donald b, Peter 6 ; McLean, John 6 ; 12 payments under $5, $2 f .60 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
138 11 



143 37 



217 35 
13 98 



646 08 
20 07 



66 80 

57 68 

139 00 



254 59 


36 14 


24 55 


7 66 


3 20 


11 00 


33 00 


38 99 


36 31 



150 29 



31 50 


9 79 


20 50 


23 12 


29 25 


11 00 


5 84 


24 49 



16 57 



23 40 

51 23 
6 51 

15 99 



173 56 

40 63 

17 20 

78 00 
2,616 75 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-197 



Harbour* ami Rivers i Maritime Provinces Generally- Continued. 

Brought forward 

Blast Ba>/, North Side — Concluded. 

Carters, days at s l ,50 : Danl McGillivray 1 ; Joseph McLean ! 

Campbell, Job A : <; Lnstringera at |] 75 each, 8 of L0 in \ 20 ft, 1 of 12 in x 21 ft ; 8 x 8 hem- 
lock guard rail, 21 1 ft at 8c 

Gillis, James : hemlock guard ra il, 21 1 ft at 8c ; hemlock mooring post 11 ft x 12 in through, 

•1 at 80c ; 22 ft hemlock logs, 2 at si 

McEachern, Allan R : 8 x 8 hemlock guard rails 82 1 ft at 8c ; 6 x 10 in x 21 ft stringers 2 at 

11.75 . 

McEachern, Hugh A : 8x8 hemlock guard rail, 02 1 ft at 8c ; stringers, 5 of G x 10 in x 20 ft 

at $1 .75, 3 of 6 x 12 in x 21 ft at $2 

Mclnnis, D R : 3 in hemlock and spruce plank' 4925 ft at $10; truckage of plank from Me 

Lean Mill to East Bay, 4920 ft at 40c a 100 

McLeod, Aliens : 7 in spikes, 2 kegs at $3.90 ; g in ref iron 330 lbs at 3^c ; paid Neil J Mc 

Lean for truckage, Sydney to East Bay $6 

5 payments under $5 : 10 x^lO hardwood fenders 8 ft long, G at 75c; 8x8 black spruce chocks 

57 ft at 8c ; 22 ft rd hemlock logs, 2 at SI ; G x 12 f t x 21 ft hemlock stringer, SI .75 

Fox Island Breakwater : Repairs, Oct., 1899 ($216.16). 

Sellars, Freeman : stone, 350 tons at 30c. ; spruce logs, 9- in. at s. e, 12 ft. long, 432 1. ft. at 
5c., 6 to 9-in. at s. e, 6 ft. long, 8G4 1. ft. at 4c. ; spruce flooring, 3 to 4-in. at s. e, 20 ft. 
long, 5,500 1. ft. at lc 



GeorejeviUc, N.S. : April 24-28, 1900 ($109.96). 

Foreman, John A Gillis, 4^ d. at $2 ; carpenter, James Gillis, 2^ d. at $1.70 

Carpenters : days at SI. 40 ] Mchl. McNeil, 3 d ; 7 payments under S4, S16.80 

Labourers : 11 for 13 d. in all at SI .25 ; 5 for 4^ d. in all at $1 

Teams : 9 double for 10i d. in all at S3 ; 1 single for 1 d. at SI .75 

Gillis, Jas. D. : 1 piece 7x7 spruce timber, 24 ft at 7c 

Hanrahan, Jos. : iron, 80 lbs. at 25c. ; heading and pointing bolts, 50 at 4c ; repairs, 

McDougall, Duncan : 10 x 10-in. x 15 ft. lumber, 45 ft. at 12c 

Spruce covering, 849 ft. at $12, paid as follows : Jas. Gillis, $2.60; Jas. D. Gillis, $2.40; 
Rodk. McDougall, $5.18 



45c. 



Grand Etang, N.S. : Repairing Bridge, Sept. 27 -Oct. 3, Oct. 15-27, 1899 ($154.34). 



•Conductor, Simeon Shomph, 11 i d. at $2 

Labourers : 434 d. at $1.25, § at $1.20 

Teamsters ■ 12J d. at $1 . 50 

Piles : 2(3 at $ i . 25, 12 at f 1. 50 

Bolts, 22 at 16c., 14 at 15c. ; 16 ft. cha'm GOc. 



nails, 14 lbs at 4c . 



O ijstcr Pond, Guysboro Co., N.S. : Sept. 6-23, Oct. 4-20, 1899 ($149.75). 

Foreman : S. M. Ferguson, 17 d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Archie Chisholm, 5 ; Alex. Hadley, 12 ; Clement Grant, 5 

Team, days at $2 50 : Geo. M. Aikens, 12 ; Fannie Hadley, 12£ 

Team, Robt. Grant, 3 d. at $2 ; blasting, Win, A. Aikins, 14 d^ at $1 .50 

Port George: Repairing Breakwater, Dec. 1- April 17 (9898.50). 

Foreman, Capt Jas Parks, 22 • 5 d at $2 

Carpenters, days at SI. 50 : Outhet Douglas. 1695 ; Chas Parks, 20*525: Guilford Weaver, 

17 

Laborers, days at $1 .50 : Hallet Bruce, 3h ... 

Laborers, days at $1.25: Bruce, John ih ; Dorley, Melbourne 3.55; Elliott, Thos 7 '7; 

Hines, Jos IS; Kilpatrick, .his 125, Jos 7'075; McKenzie, Ed 12525; Parks, Arthur 

495, Fred 905, Gil 6' 15, Ross 2, Rupert 305 

Calkin, T P & Co : :, ! in. refd iron, 930 lbs at $2.90 ; rope 12 lbs at 18c ; sundries, 61c. 

McKenzie, Wm : cutting, heading and pointing bolts at 90c a cwt, $18 ; sundry smithwork 

$2.05 

Wood worth, E : refd iron J to 1 in., 1217 lbs at S2.70 ; augers, 3 at $1 5<> : frt &c, 90c 

.Spruce logs 8 to 10 in. at top, 2014 ft. at 3c paid as follows: Lemuel Elliott, $46.53 ; Chas 

Parks, $12.78; David A Bafuse, $5.01 ; Jacob Slocomb, $6; John W Slocomb, |4.74; 

E Wood worth, s:;. 30 

Small payments : spruce plank, 375 ft. at $8 ; hauling timber with oxen, 3 dye at $2 : spruce 

timber, 100 ft. at 6c '. 



Carried forward. 



S et.s 


2,616 75 


3 00 


17 43 


ss 


10 06 


19 71 


68 93 


25 35 


12 81 



210 16 



13 25 
21 00 
20 75 
33 25 
1 68 

4 45 

5 40 

10 18 



23 00 


55 31 


18 75 


50 50 


6 78 


34 00 


27 50 


01 25 


27 00 



45 00 

81 70 
5 25 



85 OS 
29 74 



20 05 



78 42 
15 00 



3,809 63 



V-198 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



■Continued. 



Harbours and Rivers : Maritime Provinces Generally 

Brought forward 

Trout Gove Breakwater Extension, DUjby Co., N.S. ($1,748.50). 

Reid Reid and Archibald, contract complete $3896 ; less $2000 paid in 1898-99 see page Q- 
i2Knd^nsptTors salary $147.50 (59 d at $2.50 paid by Govt after date of completion o 
contract) - 

West Chezzetcook, Hfx Co, N.S.: Breakwater, Jan 15 Mch 19, 1900 (-$300). 

Conductor, Andrew Patipus, 22 d at $2 ; less $9 over expenditure 

Carpenter, Daniel Lapierre, 18 days at $1.50. . . ■•■■••• • • • ■ v \ ••'*. «~" 

Carters 54 d at $1 50 ; blacksmith, 1£ d at $2 ; labourers, 3 d at $1.2o, 54| d at $1.15 



Fuller H H & Co : ref iron, 700 lbs at $2.90 ; ferriage 90c. 

LapferreT Daniel P : boat hire, 18 d at 75c ; tool hire 18 days $15 ; rent of stage and tackle $o 

Sundry persons : 3530 ft of 7 in round spruce timber at 3c 

Point du Chene, N.B. {$68.24). 



Burpee I & E R : 86 mach bolts, 422 lbs at 4|c ; 172 plate washers, 90 lbs at 5c. . . . . . . 

Willing, Leonard H: retopping and splicing 7 hardwood fenders $8.75; placing 3b 



spruct 



bridles, 4^ ft long, 8 x 10 $36 

Tracadie, N. B., Isolated Block Pier ($375. 47 ). 

Ferguson Win, Isolated block which stands at head of Govt wharf at Tracadie N B, contain 

ing 13400 c ft of crib work, nominal sum . 

Legal services re purchase of isolated block, H F McLatchy • ■ • • 

Upper Salmon River, N.B. : Removing bar, April 12-May 31, 1900 ($305.84). 

Foreman, Leonard Martin, 42 d at $2 ; carpenter, John Kelly, If d at $1.75. .. . . ...... • - • 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Caleb Dowling 13, Owen Martin 7fc Hugh McLaughlin 4, 

Gideon Parsons 8|, Ed Rossiter 9£, James Stewart 11 .. •••••• ■- ■ 

Labourers, days, at $1.25 : Stephen Barden ll£, Sam McKmley 1, Avery Parsons 2 

wire spikes $4.10 • • ■••-•• • ■■ • • - ■ • "." VV W Vc 

Lantalum, Jas V : 1 steel hawser, 60 fathoms, 1-m dia $2o ; freight $1.16 ... .. •-•••• 

McATity! T & Sons : 3 in manilla rope, 122 lbs at 17c ; 1-in G Cruc steel rope, 203 lbs at 6c. . 

Sundry Expenses ($3,316.43). 

Engineers in Maritime Provinces, expenses charged to this vote. (Page V— 199) 



Dept at Ottawa : Can Express Co $10.55, Dom Express Co {4.50... . 

Stationery Office, Ottawa $738.77 ; Queen's Printers account $61. b2 

Advertising . . -^ f " £ w " Expenditure) 

Travel of Ottawa officials . . ^ ULX Ui "- / Pa{ f_ v _i ^ 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance ir age j-^j 



Total, carried to page V— 6 - 

Engineers, Maritime Provinces : Salaries and Expenses. 

Antigonish, N S : 

Millidge, E G, resident engineer : 

Salary, 12 m to June 30, $2,000 ;• travel, &e, $340 .64 

Bernasconi, G A, assistant engineer : 

Salary, 365 d at $5 ; travel, &c 586 . 69 . . . .... . . . ■■ ■ • • • • • • ■ • • • • • - • 

Assistance on surveys, and boat-hire, $79 ; pd washing office towels $2.20. 

Bernasconi, Emilia, typewriting for office 

Charlottetown, P E I : 

Hegan, J B, resident engineer : 

Salary, 12 m to June 30, $2,000 ; travel &c $39< .(7 

Hyndman, W E, paymaster and office assistant : 

Salary, July 1-Oct 9, 1899, at $50, $162.50 ; travel, &c. $6o.58 

Mitche.ll, E H : , • . _ 

Office assistant, Dec to Jan 31 : 49 week-days at $1. ........... ••••••- ■ ■ 

Paymaster and office assistant, Feb 1-June 30 : 129 week-days at $1.50. . . 

Travelling-expenses, May- June, 1900.. •••■•••■•';•;: 

Shaw, H H, drafting between Dec 33 and Feb 14, equal to 10 d at $2 



Carried forward 



$ eta. 

,809 63 



1,748 50 



35 00 
27 00 
77 40 
21 20 
33 50 
105 90 



23 49 

44 75 



300 00 

75 47 



87 06 



80 63 
17 81 
28 50 


32 76 

26 16 
32 92 


1,874 83 

15 05 

800 39 

7 92 

533 31 

84 93 


9,924 11 



2,340 64 

2,411 69 
81 20 
29 08 



2,397 77 

226 08 

49 00 

193 50 

43 00 

20 00 

7,791 96 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. . EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-199 



Engineers! Maritime Provinces: Salaries and Expenses — Concluded. 

Brought ft >r\\ ar. 1 

Halifax. NS: 

Dodwell, C E W, resident engineer, and supervisor of public buildings : 

Salary, 12 m to June 30, 1900 

Outlay : travel &c $1,254.05, postage $24, cleaning office $15, scrubbing $4, mounting 
I plans $4.04, valise $10, dating stamp $5.50, repairs $5.75, photo pis 
Locke, T J, assistanl engineer : 

Salary, 12m $1,200; travel, &c $1,283.08; postage $20 

Russell, HA, assistant engine 

Salary, May 8 June 30, 1900, 54 d at $3; travel $9.77 

Greenwood, K 1': 

Office-assistant, 12 m to June 30, 1900, at $60 

Extra as paymaster, Aug 8 June 30, at $75 a year. 

Travelling-expenses, May 1899 1 1 March 1900 

Advance for travelling-expenses 

N 8 Telephone < !o, phone in office, 18 mos to Oct 1, 1900 , 

W Tel < o. telegrams, 11 m to Apl 30, 1900 

Fletcher, M E & L E : typewriting 

Walsh, W W, typewriting for Mr Locke 

( Overpayment. deducted from account for Nov. 1900. . . . 

St John, N B : 

She wen, E T P, resident engineer : 

Salary, 365 days to .1 une 30, 1900, at $5.50 

Outlay : travel &c $613.47, telephoning $9.25, postage .$17.28, P O box $4, sounding- 
rod &c $7 . 50, draf tine-- table $11 . 25, sundry typewriting $31 .75 

Day, Geo A, assistant engineer : 

Salary : 12 mos to June 30, 1900 , 

Outlay: travel <&c $1,001.45, cleaning office $18, assistance on surveys &c $189.32, 

postage $7 . 70 

Scannell, J Kimball, assistant engineer : 

Salary, July 1- June 30 : 312 week days at $3 

Outlay: travel &c $632.24 ; assistance on surveys $320.08; cleaning office, 10 m to 

June 30, $15 

Ewing, Joseph, paymaster : 

Salary, 12 mos to June 30, 1900, at $85 ... 

Outlay : travel <fcc $891.03, postage and money-orders $32.78, P O box $4, cleaning 

office $18, telegrams $11.51 . 

Godfrey, Miss G, typewriting and tracing : June 3-July 10, 1899, 32 d at 80c ; July 11-29, 

Aug 7-June 30, 289 d at $1 

Lynch, David, care of tools and plant, Gr, m to Nov 21, 1899, at $2., 

Paul, Jas A : scrubbing office and washing towels, 11 m to Mar 31, $10.50 ; extra work 

at grate-fires, 6 m to Oct 31, $6 

Clarke. A E, | hoto plates, developing, &c 

McA vity, T & Sons, hardware and foundry work 

Limerick, J, Fredericton, tide readings, and record of freshet-levels, 1899 

Telegrams : C P R $6 . 82 ; W U Tel, 15 m to June 30, $195 . 07 ; sundry $21 . 16 



Charged to the following Votes : 

Chief engine* r's staff ■ 

Repairs to piers, P E I generally (Page V— 188) 

River St John, including tributaries (Page V— 194) 

llai hours and Rivers, Maritime Provinces generally. , (Page V — 198) 

Surveys and ins] actions 

Total, as shown above 



$ .-Is. 


7,791 96 


2, 100 00 


2 99 


03 08 


171 77 


720 00 
67 24 

520 34 
75 00 
60 00 
64 97 
70 22 
24 20 
9 10 


2,007 50 


G94 50 


1,200 00 


1,216 47 


93G 00 


907 32 


1,020 00 


957 32 


314 GO 
13 00 


22 50 

20 73 

40 33 

5 00 

223 05 


25,449 19 


13,475 61 
929 41 

1,874 83 
8,932 34 


95 449 19 



Frs 



A»*e a Beauflls: Improvement of Entrance to Harbour. 

Pay lists, Apl 17- June 29, 1900 :— 

Conductor. J. O. B< mcher, IS d at 82 

Carpenter.-, days at $1.25 : Firmin Bigeault 33 ; Alph Boucher 3i; Frs Boucher 34 

Fournier 27£ ; Jas Gale 33 ; Peter Vibert 33 " 

Carpenters, days at $1 : Jno Dunn 35 ; Cesaire M&hot 30 ; BryVallee32J 

Labourers, days at sue: Parfait Bouchard 12.'.; Marcil Boudreau 30j ; Ambroise Cou 
ture 37£; Alex Dunn 31.',; Chs Dunn 29; Jno Lapointe 26; Isidore Lelievre 13 

sundry 67, Carter, Is. Kirouac, 7 d at $1.50 

Boucher J. O : measuring lumber, 12, ft at $1.75 a 1000 ; travel $13 ; postage $1.87. . . . 

Couture Philomene : rent of piling ground 

Frachy Benj : cutting, forging and transportation, 1 1.427 lbs of iron at lc ... 

North American Transportation Co : hauling 14,600 lbs iron 



Carried forward 



96 00 



205 itl 
97 50 


207 90 

10 00 

144 27 

21 00 



870 05 



V-200 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Anse a Beaunls : Iniproveinens of Entrance to Harbour 

Brought forward 



-Concluded. 




at 15c 

at 8c ; 6 in end, 
Mi Wersonjr $96.94; Alf Arbour $36.84 ; 



$ cts. 
870 05 



725 39 
316 50 



Fs 



LBA&mlT; R&^eekllSr Ftarii BigeauH $91.76; Chas Blais $8 82 
Bother Is! 72; karcil Boudreau $100.77 ; Amb. Bourget $74.31 ; J«J«°™*|* f^2; 

Quirion $21.35 ; Philip Penouf $19.32 ; Jos. Simoneau $16.07 ; Geo button $14b.yb 

Fabien $26, Frs $24, Jno $9 Philippe $6 ; Dan 1 Dovvl ng $42 ! Cha 
Kirouac $10 ; Narc. Lagace $104 ; Chas Lapomte $62 ; J. J. -Larue $L< , 
$36 ; Jaspar Morris $11 ; Jno. Roy $24 • ■ • • • • • • • ■ 

Rent of tool-house $6 ; 1 cross-cut saw $2.90 ; sundry tools $3.03 

Breen, Thos : telegrams 

Legal services,— L>. H. La Brie > " 

Total, carried to page V— 6 • • • • 



Gale $39 ; Is, 
Pi. La Terreur 



2,265 58 



710 00 

11 93 

3 08 

8 00 



4,910 53 



Anse aux Gascons. 

Dumais, Paul T. C : contract complete, $11 ; 494; additional, 40 ft _ extension ( _>f bre^wa^g to 
shore built and completed $635 ; less p'd in previous years, (see page-Q 146, 18 J8 Wj *»& O 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



2,754 00 



Anse St. Jean, P.Q.: Repairs to Pier. 

rpenter, Hylas Tiemblay, 6 d at $1.50 

2200 ft at 10c : 10 x 5 in red 



Foreman, Benj Boudreault, 8 d at $2 

7 labourers, 36^ days in all at $1 • • • ■ • ■ • ■ • \ v ; 

Ir ° n ni r nOO^I-a^c^S^!. 8 *, uSb?!*! aV t^uTS-. «»» paid a, .ollows 
Sk Zdrefult S^Henl Gagnon $17.50. Joseph Girard, $129, Edward Gondreault 
$10, Isaac Martel $20 



2,754 00 



Total, carried to page V — 6 



Baie St. Paul: Cap aux Corbeaux : Extension and Repairs to Wliarf. 

Contract and Expenses connected therewith. 

contract for $12,500 complete, less $3,744 paid in 1898-99. (See 



Viau, Lachance & Hamel 

Trembfa e y Q Fol 4 f inspector of works,' July l'-May 20,'230d at $2.50.' 
Advertising 



Repairs to Wharf, May 22- June 30 ($1,177.10). 



Foreman, Jos Tremblay, 35 d at $2.50 | plumber Phil Gagnon, 10| d at $2 



25 00 
36 50 



439 50 
501 00 



8,756 00 

575 00 

4 20 



108 50 



Labrt 4 da^T$l 2 f tanielson; Chas 1 • i" Ferd 21 ' 35; wkbrod Sirnard art*! 
With horse, Ls Lavoie, 29 35 d at $1.50 ; bksmith, Jos Filhon, 12 d at $1.2o. 

Boily Odilon : iron, 750 lbs at 3c • ■ • • ■ • • • ■ 

Bouchard Ls : sawing wood, 1,325 ft at l£c ; sundries $l.o0 

Dion Nap : roofing plate, 19 boxes at $3.50 ; galv. nails $1.50 

Gagnon Jos : spruce, (3x6) 870 ft at 3c ; (4x8) 170 ft at 4c 

Gagnon Pr : sundry lumber 



243 78 


44 30 


59 03 


22 50 


18 07 


68 00 


31 90 


26 29 



Carried forward. 



9,957 57 



I>rn LIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-201 



Buic st. Paul: Cap aux Cotheaux—Conehided. 



Brought forward 



Repairs to Wharf Concluded. 

Uariepy P. X : planks. 266 at si . B q pine, 17''' it at 13c ; sundry lumber 820.40 

Samson & Pilion : dble winches, 2 at $60 ; g in chain (150 ft)'700 lbs at 6£c ; iron pulleys 8 at 
$5 : 1 shackles $2 

Sin, aid Benj : uh paint 7 kern at 82.10 ; linseed oil 12', galls at 90c ; deala (3x8x12) 82 at 20c; 
wh pine, 98 ft at 10c, 530 ft at L2c : nails I kegs at $3.50 ; sundry dardware $23.05 

Simard M : deals 73 at 20c ; planks 200 at §5 : sundries $9.65 

•Treinblav Eugene : cedar, 168 ft at 8c : rent of boat 32 d at 10c ; sundries 86.05 

Deals, si at $9.50, TOO at $8.50, 93 at $7.50; sundry lumber $15.43; hardware 82.50; smith- 
work si 1.10 ; C. I. washers 126 lbs at 5c ; drawing lumber $15.80 



Less charged to 1900-1!)01 . . 
Total carried to page V — 6. 



Ilea u port: Wharf. Oct. 2 to Nov. 13, 1899. 

Foreman, Alph Laberge 30 d at 82 ; asst foreman, Placide Langlois 30 d at 81.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.30 : Francois Bedard 15i ; Nap Boutet 23^ ; Ls Gagnon 22 ; Chs 
Giroux 21 ; David Giroux 14\ ;' J Bte Grenier 16 : Jos Hardy 13 ; Edouard Metayer 10^; 
Jos Parent 20; Jean Robert 9; Zoel St Hilaire 19i 

Labourers, days at 81 : Bouchard, Chas 17A ; Boucher, "Francois 27| ; Boutet, Jos 21^ ; Chali- 
four, Chas 29, Johnny 20 ; Chamberland, Chas 23i ; Filiault, Jos 29| ; Garneau, Jos 27 ; 
Giroux, Edniond 15.\," Theodore 29, Theophile 22| ; Hins, Philias 23"; Labrecque, Cyrille 
30 ; Langevin, Alzerias 35 ; Maheu, Alfred 28 ;" Marcoux, Albert 10 ; Ouellet, Eusebe 
25.', : Robert, Adel 29J,, Philippe 204 ; Therrien, Edouard 27 ; 11 payments under $10, 
$55.50 



Carters, days at 81.50 : Geo Belanger 5 ; Chas Bouchard 5 ; Theophile Giroux 5 ; Simeon 
Grenier 4 ; Jos Langevin 7 ; Cleo Paquet 4 ; Ed Parent 5 ; Elz Parent bh ; Philippe 
Robert 4 ; Alex Valle 5i ." 

Beaudouin, Emile : spruce, 6 in dia 19 ft long, 304 ft at 3c ; stone 2 '6 toise at 84 

Chalifour, Felix : spruce 6 in dia, 570 ft at 3c ; stone 20 toise at $4 

( Ihamberland, Lazare : J in rd iron pins, 19-30 in long, 1,522 lbs at 4c ; smith work 81.20 

Dorion, Gaspard : 12x12 spruce 20 to 47 ft long, 2,900 ft at 12c 

Drouin, Celestin : | in rd iron pins, 19 to 30 in long, 1,449 lbs at 4c 

Guillot, Edwd (a Baptiste) : spruce in dia 19 ft long, 228 ft at 3c ; stone 2' 8 toise at 84 

Guillot, Edouard : spruce, 1,120 ft of in dia, 12 to 19 ft long at 3c, 00 ft of 11 in dia 22 ft 
long, at Gc ; stone, 2 ' 8 toise at 84 

Guillot, Felix : spruce, 30 ft of 12 in dia 12 ft long at 0c, 38 ft of G in dia 19 ft long at 3c ; 
stone 01 toise at 84 

Marcoux, Victorien : 10x10 to 10x18 in spruce, 4,010 cub ft at 13c ; rd spruce 7 in dia, 27 ft 
long, 486 ft at 3c ; sq spruce (sawn) 90 pieces at 35c 

Martineau, J E : wheelbarrows, <i at $4 ; rd -hovels, 1 do/, at $10 ; picks, 12 at 75c ; spikes, 
4 kegs at 83.75 ; wire nails. 2 kegs at 83 75 ; augers of I in at 81.25, of y in at $1 ; Bun- 
drie-. s;;p :,{.. 

Parent, Elzear : £ in iron bars, 15 tj 30 in long, 4,023 lbs at 4c ; cranks, at 40c 

Pascal, Abraham : spruce, 1132 ft of 0-in dia, 12 20 ft long at 3c, 22 ft of 11-in dia 22 ft long 
at I lc ; stone 3 8 toise at 84 

Picard, Jos B : 3-in pine, 11 in x 10 to 15 in, 38,9S1 :; ft at sis 

Rodrique, Edouard : spruce, 0-in dia, 10 ft long, 684 ft at 3c ; stone, '4 toise at S4 

Rodrique, Theophile : spruce, 6-in dia, 19 ft long, 700 ft at 3c ; stone 1'4 toise at 84 



Stone, 137 9 toise at si. $551.60, paid as follows: Geo Belanger, (C des P), 819.00; Chas 
Bouchard, 810.40; Aug Giroux, $125.60; Pr. G. Giroux, $15.60; Nap Grenier (Sault), 
$10; Jos Langevin $28.80; Nap Langevin, 812.40; Tr Marcoux, 810.80; Elz Parent, 
$18; Jos Robert, 818 40 ; Mrs. H Ryland. 830.80 ; Bte Sansfacon, 827.00 ; Alex Vallee, 
818 ; Chas Vallee, 813.20 ; 30 payments under $10, s!80.40 



Spruce, 0-in dia, 19 ft long, 5909 ft at 3c, 8177.27, paid as follows :— Belanger, David (St 
Michel) $17.10, Jos 820.52, Ls $17.10; Binet,Jean $15.39; Cyr,Jean Bte$20.52 : Paquet, 
Isidore S17.C7, Jean $10.83; Parent. Chas(St Michel) 817.10, Ferd $12.54; 4 payments 
under $10, $28.50 

4 small payments: hire of scales. 4 wks at si ; nails, ID lbs at 4c; sundry spruce. 88.30; 
borsehire and cartage, S4.70 

Total, carried to page V— 



$ Ct8. 


9,957 57 


1 


207 5n 


152 58 


34 25 


32 29 


71 .V.i 


10,512 30 


415 in 


10,007 20 



120 00 

247 i-5 

552 75 



75 00 
19 52 
27 08 
ill' ns 
355 20 
57 in. 
18 04 

18 94 

27 70 
567 77 



im 54 

103 32 

5ii 48 

7i)l 00 

22 12 

28 40 



551 (ill 

177 27 

17 40 

4,009 08 



V-202 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Berthier (en bas) 



Heavy repairs to wharf and reconstruction of 470 ft of 
Superstructure. 

Pay-lists, Sept 11 -Nov 22, May 4- June 25 ($2,047.98) :— 

Foreman, Alf. Boucher, 114 d at $2 ; carpenter, Syfroi Boucher, 68| d at $1.50.. . 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Arthur Belanger53A ; Goclias Bilodeau 14^ ; Blais, AJf 22; Jos 
65£ ; Ovide Blouin 11 ; Elz, Boucher 18 ; Xavier Bouffard 15* ; Ferd Buteau 72£ ; 
Hdaire Carbonneau 50£ ; Nap. Gagnon 60f ; Galibois, Oct ~14, Luc 22J? ; Bapt 
Gamache 5H ; Eug Gaumont 29 ; Prud. Guilmette 26 ; Alph. Hoffman 43 ; Adel 
Lachance 19^ ; Mercier, Jos jr 51^ ; Jos sr 29 ; 4 under $10, 25£ 

Labourers, days at Si : Bilodeau, Alex 10£, Arthur 29f, Cy 44, Hilaire 10k Jos 32§ , Pitre 
10£ ; Blais, Baptiste 41|, Geo 23"; Boulet, Jos. 2l| ; Boutin Alp 19 ; Buteau, Jos 23 ; 
Jos jr 21 ; Carbonneau, Jos 22A ; Rene 22-J? ; Coulombe, Celine 34|, Emanuel 26^ ; 
Ductil, Jules 14 ; Gaumont, Ed 31^, Jos 30 ; Guilmet, Frs 11£, Paul 14 ; Hoffman, 
Evar 20, Nazaire 26^; Labadie, Thos 18; Menard, Alb. 22f; Mercier, Cleo 10*, 
Cleo 1% Ones. 19J, Pitre 19 ; Paquet, Cleophas 17J ; Roy, David 25| ; 11 under 

$10, 7oj: 

Man and horse, days at $1.50 ; Mercier, Alb 13, Xav 19J; Tanquay,' Aug 12, Celine 9^'. '. 

Bilodeau Jos : transport of 1360 deals from Quebec 

Bouche Elz : cart hire $3 ; cartage of lumber, 573 ft at l|c 

Bouche Syf roid : wood 273 ft at 7c ; sundries $4 , 

Boutin Alph : stone, 8 toises at $4 

Brown J & W D : spruce (3 x 9 x 12) 1250 pes at 25c ; sq. white pine 150f ft at 25c '.."..'.'.' 
Carbonneau O : iron, 2875 lbs at 2^c, 1054 lbs at 2^c ; planks 72 at 12c ; sundries $1.73. . . 

Gariepy P. N : spruce, (11-in and 12-in sq) 1325 ft at lljc, 10-in sq) 1085 ft at 10c 

Joncas Gilhs : forging etc iron, 3090 lbs at lc, 673 lbs at 4c ; sundry smith work $3.25 

Laflamme Godfroid : stone 7| toises at $4 ; spruce $2 

Larochel Damas : 3 mos rent of ground $10 ; stone, 2 toises at $4 

Lessard Jos : forging etc iron, 3636 lbs at lc • 

Mercier Eugene : forging etc iron, 3119 lbs at lc, 402 lbs at 4c ; smith work $6 . 88 '. '. . ! '. '. '. '. '. 

Mercier Jos : cartage of lumber, 1610 ft at ljc 

Mercier Xavier : cartage of lumber, 811 f t at l|c 

Roy Geo : sundry hardware 

Savard Jean : spruce, 12-in sq, 1668 ft at Hie, 10-in sq 840 ft at ioje. .,/.... ....'.'...'. 

Talbot J. A : cedar, (11-in and 12-in sq) 5902 ft at 12c, (10-in sq) 1218 ft at 10c, flat 2221 ft at 

lie 

Tremblay Olivier : tamarac (10-in x 30 ft) 122 pes at $1 SO. ...........-......'.....'.. .. 

Planks, 21 at 10c ; stone, 3 toises at $4 ; lumber $8 

Total, carried to page V— 6 , 



Cacouna : Extension of Wharf. 

Leveque, Zephrin : inspector, 53 d at $2 

St Pierre & Co, Geo : contract for $5525. complete, less $625 to be paid in i 966-1901. 
Advertising $97.54 ; Queen's Printer's Account $15.40 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Cap a 1,'Aigle: Addition to Wharf and Repairs. 

Foreman, Alfred Deschene, 59 days at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Asselin, Hyp 28|, Jos 19A ; Deschene, Jos 2%, Nap 35; Lajoie, 

Hyp 14£ ; Riverin, Jos 28^ ; Savard, Thos 34^ " 

Labourers, days at $1: Desbien, Elie 12J, Jos 27, Ls 29£ ; Lavoie, Dona 10; Pedneau, 

Beraabe 10| ; Savard, Ern 18, Jos 24^ ; Tremblay, Elz 13| ; 24 payments under $10, 

$130 



Bergeron, Nap : cedar shingles 18 M at $2 

Carrier, Laine & Co : double winches, 2 at $35 ; plates, bolts &c, 1304 lbs at 6c 

Dufour, Alextor : 3 x 9 x 12 spruce deals 168 at 20c 

Grenier, Alfred : 1 ft spruce planks, 6 ft x 12 in, 325 at 7|c ; sundries, $8.01 

Guay, Louis : 3 x 12 pitch pine, 91 it at 7c ; spruce, 65 ft of 12 x 12 at 10c, 64 ft of 10 x 10 at 
9c 



Larouche, Alfred : linseed oil, 10 galls at 85c ; sundries $7.33 

Parent, Chas A : iron, 1847 lbs of £ at 24c, 1575 lbs of f at 21c, 250 lbs of f at 2Ac ; sundry 

hardware, $35.55; freight, $4.30 . 

Rochette, Paschal : spruce planks, 186 at 6c 

Savard, Jean : spruce, 1500 ft of 12 x 12 at 10c, 850 ft of 10 x 10 at 9c ,....' 

Smithwork : Frs Lajoie, $27.63 ; Gonzague Lajoie, $32.90 

Stone 25 toise at $2.50, $62.50 paid as follows : Ferd Charette $5, Nap Deschene $7.50, 

Johny Dufour $10, Jos Guay $20, Jean Lapointe $2.50, Pamphile Lapointe $2.50, Jos 

Savard $10, Gonzague Tremblay $5 

Round cedar, 633 ft of 10 in at 7c, 775 ft of 7 in at 4c, $75.31 paid as follows : Jos Desbien 

$39.48, Ls Desbien $13.08, Hyp Lajoie $8, Edm Lapointe $7, Denis Tremblay $7.75 

3 payment under $10 : hardware $9, rent of tools $1.50, lumber $4.98 

Total, carried to page V — 6 , 



$ cts. 



331 13 



867 60 



768 25 


81 00 


34 00 


10 16 


23 11 


32 00 


350 04 


115 80 


260 88 


61 07 


33 00 


18 00 


36 36 


54 15 


20 12 


10 14 


36 63 


280 02 


1,074 35 


219 60 


22 10 



4,739 51 



106 00 

4,900 00 

112 94 


5,118 94 


118 00 


236 92 


275 75 

36 00 

148 24 

33 60 

31 57 


18 63 
15 83 


122 60 
11 16 

226 50 
60 53 



62 50 

75 31 
15 48 



1,488 62 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE, 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-203 



Cap Sante : liciuoval oi' Btou Idcr*. 

Director, Geo Etinfret, 84 d at $1.60 ; foreman, •' B Matte, 203 b at 35c 

Labourers, hours at 25c : Seraphin Belleau 201, Ilil Dagenais 136£, .l<»s. Dagenais L99, Pi 
aes 183, -I BGalarneau 61£, IV Gignaa 180£, A Hardy 18H, (Jus Lord 195$, !l 

ro 203$, An;; Morisse L90 

With horse & stone boats, hours at 25c: l'i Gignao 1-''., Gua Lojrd L26, -I B Matte 1 IM 1 

Cavanagh ('»>, Edw : Wesr, gelatine, 50 lbs at :>7',<- ; fuse, 400 ft at 2c; detonators 300 al 

tiro Bticks, 1ii doz at Mile ; L doz torches. <K)c 

Hamilton Powder Co : gelatine, 50 lbs at 23c; Lead wire, $5; sundries, $5.20 

Morrissette, Fla\ ien : storage of tools, 3 m at $1 

Smithwork : Theophile Blondeau, Ml..')!); Nap Germain, $8.29 

10 payments under $2: 4 in spruce deals, 1 at •'»"(• ; stone boats, 1 at si, 2 at $1.75; repairs to 
, 80c ; rent of skiff, $1.50 ; sundries, $8.88 



Total, carried to page V— 6. 



Cap Nan it' : wharf. 

Paydists, May 25 -June 30 ($538.44)-- 

Foreman, ( Mis Falardeau, 28 d at $2 : commiss. and time keeper, Geo Pvinfret, 21 d at 81.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.40: Geo Page 9'9; Alph Peche 9 ' 7 ; Omer Trepanier 147 

Fore oarpenter, Ulderic Lavallee, 17"ld at $1.60 ; fore laborer, J. B. Matte, 16'7d at $1.40 

Labourers, days at -SI : Seraphin Belleau 12'7; Dagenais, Hilaire 14 "7, Jos 17'3, Naz 
Derome 1 ; Jno Fiset 15; Pr. Forgues 171; Celestin Gauthier 15" 1; Gignac, Chs 
L6'25, Pr. L695; Hector Leclerc 1625; Aug. Morasse 15 ; Peche, Alph "5: 
Arthur L5 : Noel Simard 11 "3 ; Jos Vadeboncoeur 13'8 

.Man and horse, days at $1.50 : Geo. Gignac 16; Gustave Lord 17^W; Matte, Arthur 14 
Come 16, J. Bpte '75; Morrissette, Geo 17, Sam'l 14' 9; sundry labour, 15 '7 d ai 
50c, 32 at GOc 

Dorion Gaspard : 224 pes cedar 10-12-in. 4078 ft at 14c; spruce 10-12-in., 426g ft at lie. . 

Lemay Alph : hemlock 12-m. sq, 404 ft at 10c 

Lemon E. M. & Co : round cedar, 6G67 ft at 71c 

Morrissette Flavien : purchase of wharf and land necessary for an approach 

Noel iV Dagneau : §-in & J-in sq. iron, 5220 lbs at $2.70 ; ^-in chain, 329 lbs at 5fc ; timber 
dogs 12 doz at $1 ; sundry hardware $97.39 

Legal services re purchase of wharf : J. P. Bernard $5 ; E. A. Panet $40.75 ; Geo. Rinfret 
' $2.53 ; H. I. St Georges $8.05 



Total carried to page V — 6 . 



Cliieoutimi, P.Q. : Increased height of wharf. 



Foreman, Alph Pedneault, Sept. 1-Nov. 24 1899, 67 d at $2 

1st carpenters, days at $1.50 : Jos Mirou 26, Xavier Savard 364^ 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Brassard, Cyp 43| ; Claveau, Johny 30 ; Drolet, Thos 16f ; Savard, 
Xav 26 ; Tremblay, Ambroise 15, Jos 304, Ones 27 

Labourers, days at $1 : Barette, Ern 6f ; Blackburn, Wm 24; Brisson, Alf 24£, Jos 10; 
Cloutier, Willy 18 ; Desbiens, Alex 42, Ern 3l£, Thade 38£ : Desgagniers, Ulric 4 ; Dube 
Baptiste55; Duchesne, Pierre 10 ; Gagnon, Eph 34i, Jer 19^, Jos 4, Pr 20; Guay, Eug 
15$ ; Lavoie, Anicett'e 17| ; Maltais, Pr 204, ; Menard, Mche 194 5 Pedneault, Jos 0I\ 
Thade 5$ ; Savard, Alex G, Come 124, Phil 7 ; Simard, Aug 13 ; Tremblay, Alf 20, Arsene 
27\,<;tl7i 

Carters, days at $1.50; Bergevin, Hy 12 ; Body Amee 17^; Harvey, Frs 24; Tremblay, 
Cajetau 20} 

Blair, Alex. 2 brls spikes, $10 ; Blais, A. C. saw, $1.60 

Colozza & Gobeil : wire spikes, 1 132 lbs at 5ic 

Cote,;. I Thos : nails, 2 kegs ;tt $3 : L2-in lock, $4 ; hardware, $3.47 

Cote, Boivin & Cie : nails, 4 kegs at $3 ; sledge handles, ^ doz at $2.40 ; spikes, 4 kegs at $3.50 

Lemieux, E & Cie : 28 ft boat 

St Laurent, Chas ; galvzd sheet iron for ice house, 550 ft at $10 ; furnishing and layin 

■nes with holes for supports, 102 ft at 15c ; flag-stones with supports laid, 80 ft at 13c ; 
sundries, $11 

Tardivel, E X : White lead, 425 lbs at 14fc ; painting, 810 yards at 10c ; hardware, .:20.35. . . 

Tessier & Petit : cordage, G7 lbs at 17c 

Iron bolts, 9744 lbs at 5c, paid as follows,— Gagnon, Ferd $107.75; Gilbert, Hy $273.10; 
Kiverin, Petre $55 : Tremblay, < reo $51.35 

Tamarac deals, 2056 of 3 x 9-in x'l4 ft at 30c, 900 of 3 x 9-in x 12 ft at 2 3 \ 8 \ 12 al 

20c : 3 x 9-in x 12 ft deals, 150 at 22c : cutting timber $20.30 ; total $900.60 paid as follows 
—Cote, Boivin & Co $5 ; Godbout, A$145.80; Lemieux, E& Co $50 ; Perron, Desbiens 

6 Co $616.80 ; St Laurent, Chs $50 : Tremblay, Alphide & Frere $33 

Pine, 13216 ft of 11 x 11-in at 10c, 280 ft of 10 x 10-in at 8c, (5175 ft of 9 x 9-in at 5c, 150 ft of 

7 x 9-in at 5c ; cedar, 3181 ft of 9 x 9-in at 5c, 1049 ft of 8 x 9 in at 5c : spruce, 235 ft of 
9 x 9-in at 5c ; tamarac, 30 ft of 11 x 11-in at 10c, 3102 ft of 9-in at 5c, 103 ft of B --in at 
4c: total $2072.72, paid as follows— Beaulieu, Geo $52; Bergevin, Hy $111 : Blackburn, 
DS57; Blair, Alex $38.60; Brisson, Jno $233.45, Nai $14; Colozza & Gobeil $22.40; 

Carried forward 



197 05 



7-i 26 

56 15 
21 70 

3 00 

17 68 

821 70 



87 50 
48 02 
50 74 



197 95 



154 23 

617 85 

40 40 

483 3G 

2000 00 

269 26 

56 93 



4,000 24 



134 00 
93 38 

235 65 



593 25 



110 63 


11 GO 


78 76 


13 47 


27 20 




91 70 


104 04 


11 39 



487 20 



900 GO 






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A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Chieoutimi. P.Q. : Increased height of wharf— Con :lnded. 



Brought forward 

Pine — Con. 

Cote, Boivin & Co $149.80 ; Dallaire, Jean $63.30 ; Desbiens, Eug $11.75 ; Gagnon, Ep 
$27.05; Godbout, A $55.50; Harvey, Jos $57.55; Larouche, Ant $288.15, Ls $83.45 
Lemieux, E & Co $124 ; Morin, J I $28.65 ; Perron, Thos $16.12 ; Savard, P E $12.20. 
X $63.50; Simard, Thos $22, Ovila$202; Tessier & Petit $98.35; Tremblay, D $3, Jos 
$48.10, Ones $189.80 



Total carried to page V— 7 . 



Coteau Landing' : Dredging'. 

Cohen L & Son : final estimate for dredging to Aug 10, 1900, 21,988 c. yds at 14c; less $1,688.32 

paid in 1900-1901 

Pharand, J. A. : Inspector of dredging, 73 d at $2 

Labour, 5 d at $1 . 25 ; boat-hire $9 . 40 ; cotton twine 63c . 

Salaries at Ottawa (Page V — 14) 

Travel of Ottawa officials (See end* of P W Expenditure) 

Advertising. . , . . . 

Total carried to page V — 7 



Cote St. Catherine : Wharf. 



Foreman, Victor Barbeau, 104 d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.60: Tanislas Aslin, 11^; Raphael Barrette, 42; Jos. Beauvais, 62£: 
Narc. Bincette, 48 ; Zot. Cardinal, 55 ; Amedee Degoudre, 60^ ; Edou. Favreault, 30| : 
Goyette, Alex. 19, J. B. 17|, Telesphore 51 ; Guerin, Denis 24£, Moise 71 1 ; Julien Mar- 
cotte 12| ; Alph. Niding 27 

Labourers, days at $1.10 : Jos. Barrette 27^ ; Jos. Beauvais 30 ; Jos. Bincette 12 ; Favreault, 
Ed. 38, Arsene 35^, Louis 11| ; Alex. Goyette 36 ; Adel Niding 45 ; 6 payments under $8, 



$24.75. 



Carters, 6 d at $3 ; 5 d at $2 , 

Beauvais, Ed & Co : towing timber, 391 pes at 17c ; sundries, $20.45. 

Cavanagh, Ed Co : Z in. spikes, 5,350 lbs at $3 . 50 ; cartage $2 . 40 

Grier, J & B : hemlock (6-8 x 12) 1,344 ft at $16 ; sundry pine $5.80 . . - 

Jean, Jos : rent of piling ground, $15 ; 1 in. rope, 35 lbs at 10c 

Lafleur, J L : 6 in. wire nails, 3 kegs at $3.85 ; sundry hardware $12 75 

McLaurin, Bros : hemlock (12 x 12) 3,756 ft at $10 

Prefontaine, T & Co : 3 in. pine, 8,418 ft at $11.50 

Shearer & Brown Co : hemlock (12 x 12) 4,000 ft at 15c, (r'd) 3,000 ft at lie 

Stone, 89 '97 toise at $5, 9g toise at $4; paid as follows: Jos Barrette, $48.21 ; Beauvais, 
Arthur, $.4.88, Jos, $14.32 ; Narc Bincette, $26.48 ; Brossard, Alex, $21.39, Dolphis, $10; 
Henri Coupal, $45.47 ; Elie Desrosiers, $13.78 ; Arsene, Favreault, $13.98 ; Emil Gou- 
geon, $21.52 ; Govette, Alex, $43.89, J. B. $35 ; Guerin, Denis, $31.59, Pierre, $21.20; 
Ls Leduc, $30.51 ; Jos Lemieux, $12.50; Dolphis Longtin, $41.40 ; 7 payments under $9, 
$43 . 67 

Hardware, $2.53; smith work, $8.70 ' 



Less charged to 1900-1901. . 
Total carried to page V —7 



Grosse Isle : Repairs to Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Oct. -Nov. ($573.34)— 

Foreman, Alf. Lamonde, 32 d at $2 ; carter, Pr. Masson, 10 d at $2.50. . 

Carpenters, days at $1.75: Alf. Bernier, 13; Zeph Blanchet, % ; Amedee Caron, 13; 
Maurice Degagne, 43| ; X. Lamonde 4; Jean LaRochelle, 46 ; Letourneau, Ant, 21, 
Odilon, 12 ; Jos Vallee, 28 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Ls Couture, 33; Geo. Fournier, 17^ ; Gauthier, Jos, 23, Nar- 
cisse, 10f ; Alf. Me'tivier, 9 

Blacksmith, Eug. Boulanger, 10 d at $2 ; horse, X. Turcotte, 16 d at $1 

Belanger, Ph., clerk of works, Quebec : travelling expenses 

Boulanger, Elz : spruce d 45, 16,088 ft at $15 ; sq cedar, 2,358 ft at $10. 

Boulet, Aug : drawing wood , .. 

Gamache, Adelard : board of 7 men, 184 d at 40c 

Laberge, Alf : nails, 3 kegs at $4, 1 at $3.50 ; sundries, $5.79 

Price Bros & Co : Quebec standards, 593 at $21 a 100 

Samson & Filion : canthooks, 6 at $1 . 50. .... 

Vieilleux, Chs : rock elm, 33 pes, 789| ft at 35c ; sawing, $44.11 ; towing, $5 

Total carried to page V — 7 



$ cts. 
2,977 87 



2.072 72 



5,050 59 


1,390 00 
146 00 
16 29 
77 50 
50 31 
80 47 


1,760 57 



208 00 



852 80 



283 80 
28 00 
86 92 

189 65 
27 30 
18 50 
24 30 
37 56 
96 81 

930 00 



489 79 

11 23 

3,284 66 

85 20 



3,199 46 



89 00 



332 07 



116 27 


36 00 


19 80 


477 12 


15 00 


73 60 


21 29 


124 53 


9 00 


325 53 


1,639 21 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Narc. 



Iberville : Wharf. 

Pay-lists, July-Aug (8822.32) :— 

Foreman, A. Boivin, 15 d al $2.50; mason, Ohs Maillot, 25$| at $2.50 

Blacksmiths, days al $2 : Jos Barsalou 117: Adolphe I S-oyette 5'1 

Machinists, Osebe Monbleau, is-',' d at $2.50; Ed. Normandin, 9d at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.75: [sai Chevalier L6; Jos Deslauriers 26.', ; Chas Forant 3f 

Gamache 32| ; X. Guerin 141 ; Carptr, 2 d at $2 . 

Labourers, days al xl.25 : Jno Baltazar 28f ; Hermidas Barriere 84; ; Jos Benoit 8 ; Jno Bes- 
B ette20; Ed Chevalier 29 ; Henri Drevost 15f ; Joubert, Henri 38£ : Jo.s 334 ; Delphis 
Roy 12$ ; V. X. Surprenant 28 ; Herm. Thuot 14 ; sundry 341 

Carters, days at $2 ; P. Duquette 2 ; Colbert Gregoire 9 ; Ernest Menard 11^ 

Amesse Pascal ; nigger heads casting 576 lbs at 2.',c ; bolts and nuts 379 lbs at 7c ; sundries 
si. 77 • 

Black .1 as ; purchase of land for an approach to wharf 

Bousquet N & Co : on acc't timber, (voucherout) 

Lafleur J. L : gal v. coil, 89 ft (| in chain) at 15c, 20 ft (£ in chain) at 18c ; truck $7.50 ; sun- 
dries $9. 15 

Regnier L. E : stone, 64 toises at $8 ; gravel, 160 tons at 75c ; bolts, 2388 lbs at 4|c 

ier ^ Bro ; sundry hardware 

Taking declaration $5 : hardware $6.57. 

Legal services re purchase of land ; Gabriel Marchand $15 ; Marchand & Deland $31.25 

Total carried to page V— 7 



Isle aux Grues : Construction of Wharf and purchase of Land. 



Lachaine, Bruno : purchase of site for wharf 

Advertising $166.10 ; Queen's Printer's account $19.84. 
Legal services re purchase of land : G. W. Pion 

Total carried to page V— 7 



Kamouraska : Construction of an L : Sept-No v, 1900. 

Foreman, Rodolphe Crepault, 56f d at $2 ; carpenter, Jos Landry, 55| d at $1.50. 

Carpenters, days at -SI. 25: Thos Beaulieu 39^ ; Bruno Charest 30; Eusebe Dionne 43$; 
Eugene Lavoie 45j ; Levesque, Arthur 47|, Eusebe 27, Frs 21^ ; Oct Michaud 21^ ; 
Lazare Morin 26 ; Phidime Ouellet 13| 

Labourers, days at $1 : Alphonse Caron 11 ; Cleophas Chouinard 15 ; Romaine Dechene 13 ; 
Israel Descharaps 12 ; Eugene Labrie 19 ; Clement Lallemand 15| ; Per. Landry 14 ; 
Arthur Laplante 11 j ; Ferd. Levesque 14 ; J. B. Michaud 42j ; Thimote Paradis 13 ; 
Fidele Vaillancourt 31^ ; 8 payments under $7, $26.75 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Alphonse Beaulieu 11 ; Elie Beaulieu 18^ ; Jos Caron 12i ; Jos Des- 
jardins 6;"' ; Arthur Laplante IO3 ; Levesque Ferd 19f, J. Oct 7$, Paschal 10£ : Per. Ma- 
dore 22i ; Luc Richard 8J ; Arthur Sirois 8£ ; 18 payments under $10, $119.64 

Bard Alphonse: forging etc iron, 438^ lbs at 3c; cutting iron, 1076 lbs at lc ; iron 1078 
lbs at $2.45 ; sundries $9.77 . 

Blais VVm : stone, 300 Ids at 12c. Castongnay, M : sundry lumber $3.78 

Cote P. E ; Cedar, 93j§ ft at 5c ; sundry nails $21.93 

Paradis M. P : 7 in nails, 5 kegs at $2.75 ; g in sq iron, 1020 lbs at $2.60 ; sundries $12.67. . . . 

Cedar, (8 in dia), 202 ft at 5c, 543 ft at 6c, (10 in dia), 493 ft at 8c, (11 in and 12 in sq), 18 24 
« ft long, 815 ft at 12c ; pine, (10 x 10) 21-28 ft, 323 ft at 12c, (12 x 12) 678^ ft at 14c, (12 in 
dia) 258 ft at 10c, (14 in dia) 84 ft at 12c ; spruce, deals (3 x 9 x 12) 786 at 22c, (8 x 8) 208 
ft at 6c, (10 x 10) 787 ft at 8c ; bl. birch, deals (4 x 9x 12) 3384 ft at $17 a 1000 ; 12 items 
under $6, $40.15 ; paid as follows : Jos Beaulieu $159.28; Wm Bosse $29.48; Etienne 
Chamberland $26.12 ; K. Daly $36.87; Octave Dionne $25.68; Edou Duperri $55.18; 
August* Hebert $40.10 ; Landry, Jos $130.70, Pr $7.86; Lazare Morin $8.56; J. B, 
Ouellet $9.94 ; Jos Paradis $39.54 ; Geo Pelletier $22.50 ; J. A. Talbot $97.80 

Total carried to page V— 7 

Knowlton Landing : Repairs. 

Conductor, Lyman Knowlton, 13 d at $2 : carpenter, Ashley Cooper, 1<> d at $1.50. . 
Labourers, days at $1.25: Arthur Davis L0; Lee Davis 10; Dan'l Johnston 10^; Melvin 

Johnston 71 ; Jno Wheeler 7 " 

Double team, L. P. Knowlton. 2 d at $3 : horse, Ashley Cooper, 7 d at 50c 

KnowltonLvu.au: hemlock. 604 f t at $10 ; sundry hardware $14.04 

Knowlton L. P : hemlock (12 s 12) 1 ^550 fl al $13 ; 3-in plank 20,000 ft at $13 

Receipted pay-list and accounts, lost by paymaster after payment. No 61,257 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



177 37 

33 60 

112 62 

L66 19 



337 74 
44 50 

42 69 
200 00 
168 00 

33 36 
733 49 
11 26 
11 57 
46 25 


2,098 94 


200 00 

185 94 

50 50 



436 44 

197 13 
394 06 

238 75 

322 79 

60 09 
39 7S 
26 61 

51 ill 



695 61 



2,029 76 



41 00 



9 50 

20 08 

149 15 

138 15 

714 12 



V-206 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A." 1901 



Lake St. John: Piers, including Improvement of Approaches. 

Pcribonka ($125.15). 



Scott B. A : tamarac deals, 4G38 ft at $10 ; trip of scow loaded with stone $50 

and unloading stone $16.75 ; freight on deals $5.79 

Travel of Ottawa officials „ 



time loadi 



Roberval (-$406.79). 
Pay-lists, Apl 6-28, 1900— 

Foreman, Terance Potvin, 19 d at $2 

Carpenters : Ovide Moreau, 4^ d at $1.40 ; Philibert Mercier, 12f d at $1.25 

Labourers, days at SI : Theophile Bouchard 14| ; Ferdon Boutet 10 ; Oscar C6te V2% ; 
Meride Degagnier 16| ; Jos. Ed Fortin 13 ; Clovis Gagnon 13| ; Ferd Harvey 15^ ; 
Jos Laberge 15 \ ; Salem Morin 12^ ; Alf Murray 12 ; Cleophe Simard 14^ ; Gedeon 

Tremblay 11^ ; "35 payments under $10, $168.75 

Rinfret, J. P : 3 cast steel crowbars $5 ; steel picks 6 at $1 ; pick handles, 10 at 20c ; iron 
bolts, 55 lbs at 6c , 



St. Felicien ($lfl.07J. 

Foreman, Terance Potvin, 9 d at $2 ; carpenter, Wm Tremblay, 8| d at $1.25. 

Labourers (8 men). 43f d at $1 

Potvin Jos : smith work, 393 lbs iron at 2c, 208 lbs (into bolts) at 6c 

Savard Xavier : pine (11 x 11) 175 ft at 10c 

Tetu D : deals (3 x 9 x 12) 79 at 25c , 

Red spruce 97 ft at 7c ; pine (10 x 10) 75 ft at 8c 



Total, carried to page V — 7 . 



Lake St. John: Riviere a la Pipe: Wharf: March-April, 1900. 

Foreman, Alph Pedneault, 42 d at $2 ; carpenter, Xav. Savard, 22 d at $1.50, 16 d at $1.25. . 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Larouche, Jos 22f , Louis 16f 

Labourers, days at $1 : Elie Angers 10 ; Fug Boily 10 ; Hyp. Boiviri 11 ; Raoul Fournier 14 ; 
Jos Gauthier 20^; Gilbert, Jno 19, Jos 10; Godreault, Simeon 11; Starin 10; Chas. 
Lapointe 16 ; Larouche, Alf 27 ; Chas 28^ ; Frs 13 : Frs 11 ; Edinond 24i ; Ern 24^ ; Pr 
sr 34^ ; Pr jr 23 ; Pitre Maltais 11 ; Wilfrid Ouellet 11 ; Jos Pedneault 39 ; Jos Thi- 
beault 16 ; sundry 47f - 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Hyp Boivin llf ; Wilfrid Quellet 10| 

Blais A. C. & Son : smithwork 3510 lbs iron at 6c 

Colozza & Gobeil : m 649 lbs iron at 6c 

Gilbert Pitre : .. 3473 Jbs iron at 6c ; sundry $4 

Hudon Octave : sawing wood , . .... 

Tessier & Petit : wire nails § x 7, 10 kegs at $5 

Spruce, (9-in dia) 9379 ft at 5c, spruce deals (3 x 9 x 12) 694 at 20o ; wh. pine, (11 x 11) 4752 
ft at 10c ; paid as follows : Elie Angers $44 ; Ferd. Boily $30 ; David Fournier $38.75 ; 
Alf Gagne $304.80 ; Gilbert, Geo $21.25 ; Pitre $46.05 ; Larouche, Ern $3.05 ; Ferd 
(Marc) $17.70; Ferd $94.80: Frs $31.25; Jos (Jos) $119.60; Jos (Ls) $27.40; Jos 
$184.95 ; Louis $20 ; E. Lemieux $50.50 ; Ls OueJlet $10.60 ; Oscar Renaud $30.75 ; Wm 
Tremblay $7.50 

Stone, 56 toises at $4 : Alf. Gagne $104 ; Ferd Larouche $120 

Total, carried to page V — 7 ." 

Lanoraie : Repairs to "Wharf and Construction of Ice-breaker: Nov. 1899- 
Feb. 7, 1900, June 18-29, 1900. 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Narc Arpin 3^ ; Atchez Champagne 27 ; Alexis Desrosiers 17|; 



$ cts. 



118 92 
6 23 


38 00 
22 24 


330 25 


16 30 


2S 94 
43 75 
20 34 
17 50 
19 75 
12 79 



675 01 



137 00 
49 38 



442 00 
33 76 

210 60 
38 94 

212 38 
18 05 
50 00 



1,082 95 
224 00 

2,499 06 



Hervieux. Gilbert 25, Narc 18 . 



Labourers, days at $1 : Bourdon, Jos 15, Telesphore 12| ; Henri Ducharme 16f ; Nap. Fafard 
lGf ; Art Giguire 11 ; Jos. Lebrecque 10^ ; sundry 51g:., , 

Carters, days at $1.75 : Frs. Bourdon 10 ; J. Bte Sansregret 5^ ; A. Champagne \ 

Board, J. Bte Sansregret, 23i d at $1 ; rent of scow, 9 d at 75c ... 

Champagne Alf : stone, 1 toise at $7 ; tamarac, 21 ft at 15c 

Desrosiers Norbert : hemlock, (10-12x12) 1401 ft at 10c, (planking) 6692 ft at $10, (deals) 480 
ft at $10 a 1000 

Ducharme Cyrille : rent of land and tools &c $11 .50 ; sundries $10.75 

Joly Adolphe ; forging iron into bolts, 1646 lbs at lie ; repairing crowbars $1 

Labelle Cyrille : r'd iron, 2155 lbs at $2.75 ; sundry hardware $19.64 

Mondon Ls : forging iron, 367 lbs at 4|c ; smithwork $18.40 

Parent P. E : Sorel : travelling expenses 

Stone, 17 toises at $7 ; hardware $5.18 ; 3 in hemlock, 526 ft at $10 ; sundries $4 

Total, carried to page V — 7 < 



136 50 



133 75 


28 00 


30 25 


10 15 


211 82 


22 25 


25 69 


78 91 


34 92 


39 24 


133 44 


884 92 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-207 



Le» Eboulements i Repairs t<» Wharf, Sept. 1-Nov. ir>, isoo. 

Foreman, Alfred Bouchard, 61 £ d al 12 25 ; carpenter, Jos Tremblay, 50^ d at $1.60., . . 
Carpenters, day 8 at $1.25 : Audet, Fortunat 38£ ; Boily, Nap33; Bouchard, Bernard tOf, 

Cha8 58, Evariste 23£, Jos L3i, Wilf (St, J irier25i; Boudreau, Joe 17'., Job 

(Thomas) 19; Gagne, Elz 10; Girard, Abel 33d : Thibault, Clovis 13! : Tremblay, Arth 

liij. Elie M Elie (Lazare)47£, Ferd 25$, George (Marcel) L5J, Etichd 52^ ; 1 pay 

ments under $10, in all $27.19.. 

Blacksmith, Hermel Tremblay, 47 d at $1.25 

Labourers, days al $1: Bouchard, Wilf (quai) 17, Xav (Bel)lCf; Desgagne\ Thos 21 ] : 

Girard, Ern L8; Tremblay Amedee37i Ohas (Adolph) 26, Elz (Norbert) 18£, George 

(Thomas) 13*, Mara LIU; 24 payments under $10, in all $93 

Carters, days at $1 .50 : Bouchard, Wilf 221 ; Tremblay, Edm 22, Thos (pere) 22 ; 3 pay] 

under $10, in all $13.13 ' 

Allard, Pamphile : 3x9x10 spruce deals, 76 at 20c 

Bergeron. ( Sapt B : 3x9 x 12 spruce deals. 85 al 23c 

Bouchard, ('has: 3x9x12 spruce deals, 61 at 23c; 10x10 in. pine, 838 ft. at 9c; sundry 

pine $7.62 , 

Bouchard, Joseph : white pine, 1049 ft. at 8c ; 12x12 pine, 150ft. at 12c; sundry lumber, 

$23.01 

Bouchard, Wilfrid : 3 x 9 x 12 spruce deals, Gil at 23c ; 10 x 10 spruce, 1427 ft. at 9c ; 12 x 12 

spruce. 253 ft. at lie ; 12 x 12 pine, 106 ft. at 12c ; 10 x 10 pine, 117 ft. at 10c : 11 xll pine, 

29 ft. at lie : boat hire, 14.' h at 50c; lime, S3. 25 

1 >assylva. X A : 3 x 9 \ 12 spruce deals, 202 at 23c 

igne, Maurice : white pine posts, 20 in. x 12 ft., 41 at §2 

I >uf< »ur, A : 3 \ 9 x 12 spruce deals, 150 at 23c 

Gagnon, Philippe : 3x 9x 12 spruce deals, (52 at 20c 

Girard, Chas : 3x9x12 spruce deals, 275 at 23c 

Harvey, Zephirin : 10x10 spruce, 520 ft. at 0c ; sundry spruce and pine, $17.79 

Lefrancois, H N, work on roof of building on wharf : black sheet-iron, 5 boxes at $3 ; nails 

10 lbs at 8c : 38 ft of galvzd sheet iron squares, $5.50 ; labour, 14 d at $2 . 75 

Simard, Benj : 12x12 spruce, 207 ft. at 10c; 3x0x12 white pine deals, 78 at 22c; less 

refund $11.12 

Thibault, Chrysologue: pine, 142 ft. of 12xl2-in. at 12c, 29 ft. of 16xl6-in. at 16c, 28 ft. of 

10 x 10 in. at 10c 

Tremblay, Amedee : 3x x 12 spruce deals, 540 at 23c ; spruce, 150 ft. of 10 x 10-in. at 9c, 42 

ft. of 12 x 12-in. at lie ; 12 x 12-in. pine, 121 ft. at 12c ; 10 x 10 tamarac 240 ft. at 10c. . . 

Tremblay, Arthur : round cedar, 195 ft. at 8c 

Tremblay, Damase : 12-in. white pine, 525 ft. at 8c ; sundry pine, $10.90 

Tremblay, Didier : 3 x 9 x 12 spruce deals, 46 at 23c ; 10-in. cedar, 1073 ft. at 8c 

Treml day, Ernest : 3 x 9 x 12 spruce deals, 120 at 23c ... < 

Tremblay, Hermel : 3 x 9 x 12 spruce deals, 50 at 23c ; £ iron, 4078 lbs at 2^c ; nails, 22 kegs 

at $3.10 ; smith's coal, 8 minots at 33c ; h chaudronne at $12 ; sundries, $4.53 

Tremblay, Jean : spruce, 98 ft. of 14xl4-in. "at 13c, 123 ft. of 13 x 13-in. at 12c, 544 ft. of 

12 x 12-in. at lie ; 12x12 white pine. 83 ft at 12c 

Tremblay, Jos : 3 x 9 x 12 spruce deals, 64 at 23c ; pine, 246 ft. of 12-in, at 12c, 67 ft. of 11-in. 

at lie ; 518 ft. of 10-in. at 10c ; 404 ft. of 6-in. at 6c ; spruce, 324 ft. of 12-in. at lie, 318 

ft of 11-in. at 10c, 1390 ft. of 10-in. at 9c; sundry $4.13 

Tremblay, Michel : round tamarack 9-in., 187 ft. at 6c; pine, 69 ft. of 12-in. at 12c, 136 ft. of 

9-in. at 7c ; 10 x 10 spruce, 20 ft. at 9c 

6 payments under $10 : 3x9 x 12 spruce deals, 22 at 23c ; cedar, 96 ft. of 10 in. at 8c, 40 ft. of 

9-in. at 7c ; pine, 45 ft. of 10-in. at 10c, 118 ft. at 8c 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Les Ecureuils : Repairs to Wharf. 



Foreman, Francois Germain. Sept 22-Oct 21 '99, 26 d at $2 

Carpenter, F X^ Godin, 21f d at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Trepanier, Clod 19^, Gedeon 24, Omer 23v, 

Labourers, days at $1 : Dussault, Eug 18] ; Godin, Isidore 13£, Oswald 145, Sam 20.j, Xavier 
(tils) 12f ; Leveille, Germain 18 ; Page, Ls 17^ ; Papillon, Achille 10.', ; Trepanier, Adolph 
11| ; VadeboncuMir, -Ids 19J ; -1 payments under $10, in all $13.50 

Man and horse, Alphonse Germain. 1 d at $1 .50 

"Brown, J & W I) : 52 pes sq white pine, 1509 86 ft, at $25 a 100 ; 3 x 9 x 12 tamarac i 
4050 ft. at $13 a M ; transfer of timber and planks from Quebec to Ecureuils, $20.. . . 

Robitaille & Picher : J-in. round iron in bars, 800 lbs at $2.35 

3 payments under $8 : nails, $4.40 ; smithwork $7.20 ; pine timber, si. GO ; storage of tools. $] 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



1/ Islet Wharf: UIay-Jiiiie,"l900. 

Conductor. Raymond Normand, 38 d at $2 : carters, 5 d al $1.50 ... . 

Carpenters, days at $] 25: Philiaa Belanger23£; Oct. Caron 8£ ; Philippe Leclerc ; Elz. 
Normand 38 ; F. X. Samson 20.{ 



Carried forward 



- 
213 70 



871 29 

58 7(5 



272 50 

] 1 2 52 
15 20 

19 55 

97 07 
121 93 

342 10 
67 16 
82 00 
34 50 

12 40 
63 2:. 
65 40 

59 80 

26 74 

24 48 

180 84 
15 60 
52 90 

96 42 

27 60 

194 82 

97 30 

324 32 

30 82 
29 48 



3,013 51 



52 00 
38 06 
84 06 



17s 50 
6 00 

450 11 

1- so 
1 I 20 



sn 73 



83 50 
131 59 



V-208 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 



L'lslet Wharf: May- June, 1900— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Labourers, days at $1 : Bernier, Alph 35^, Narc 15^ ; Aug Cloutier 8| ; Chs Goudreau 8 

Caouette Paul : maple and black birch (6 x 10) 660 ft at $12 

Carbonneau O : balance due on final estimate (see page Q — 156, 1898-99) 

Cloutier Zoel : maple and black birch (6 x 10) 1350 ft at $12 ; cedar (12 x 12) 273 ft at $12 

sundry timber $9 . 04 

Gagnon Auguste : maple and black birch (6 x 10) 478 ft at .$12 

Hudon J. B : deals (3x9—12) 480 at 2Hc ; sundry hardware $20.94 

Normand Emile : forging &c, 6333 lbs iron at lc ; sundries $1.25; overpayment $4 

Samson & Filion : | sq iron, 5143 lbs at $2.75 ; |x 4 iron, 1140 lbs at $2.75 ; sundry iron $1.73 
Sundry hardware $2.34 ; lumber &c $4.79 



Total, carried to page V— 7 . 



Longueuil, P. Q. : Repairs to Wharf. 



Foreman, Alex Coallier, Sept 11-Oct 7,' 24 d at $2. 50 ' 

Carpenter, days at $1.75 : Aime Coallier 12 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Alexi Audet 10, Frs Bourdon 14, Moise Brais 14, Paul Dreault 

6i, Pr Lussier 14, Oneziphore Paquette 13| 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Jos Blanc'uard 20f, Frs Bourdon 6, Jos Bourdon llf, Moise Brais 

6, Paul Dreault 6, Jos Gauthier 16i, Onez. Paquette 6, Chs St Germain 17|, Philius 

Vincent 14^, Theophile Vincent 18i 

Carters, days at $2 : Alexi Audet 9^, Cyp Beland 3J, Xav Beland 6, Frs Benoit 2lj, Narc 

Charron 14, Alph Rousseau 5J 

Lafleur, J. L : 1 steel plate, 305 lbs at 5^c ; freight 25c 

Prefontaine, E & Cie : sq hemlock, 3284 6 lin ft at 16c ; rd hemlock, 2550 lin ft at 10c ; sun 

dry pine $9.18 ; cartage, 50c , 

Stone, '122-91 toise at $6, paid as follows:— Ed Beland $26.69, Moise Brais $180, Michel 

Vigei $530.77. . # 

Small payments : hire of boat, 6 dys at 50c ; bar iron, 63c ; smith work, $2.90 ; freight $3.15 



Total, carried to page V— 7 



Lower St. Lawrence : Removal oi Rocks. 

LAnse a la Louise {§200). 



Foreman, Prosper Belanger 14 d at $1.50 . . 

Labourers, days at $1 : Fred Belanger 16| ; Frs Belanger 11 ; Fred St Croix 10 ; 31 pay 

ments under $9 $95 , 

Boat hire, 10 d at $3, 2 d at $2 ; Frs Belanger $17. Ls Coulorabe $17 ... .' 

Lumber $1.76 ; smithwork $3 ; hardware $7.99 ... 



LAnse aux Griffords ($199.85). 

Foreman, Is. Synott, 13 d at $1.50 ; bargeman, Guil. Synott, 10 d at $1.25. 
Miner, Jacques Synott, 10 d at $1.25 : labourer, David Ouellet, 11 d at $1. 

Labourers, 44 payments under $10 ; 136| d at $1 

Sundry hardware 



Gaspe ($54.02.) 

Bernier Xav : allowing barge to remain on property, Nov 1896-June 1900 

Dufresne Jos : care of barge, tools etc, 12 m to June 30 at $1.30. 

Labour, 4 d at $1.50, 2 at $1.25, 8 days at $1 ; hardware $5.32; lumber $3.60; transporta 
tion $3 



Grand Tourelle ($19.20). 

Labour, 2 d at $1.50, 1 d at $1, 19 d at 80c 

Petite Tourelle ($$.20). 

Labour, 4 d at $1.50, 2 at $1, 44 at 80c .. , 

Ruisseau Palates (§86,80). 



Labour, 11 d at $1.50, 74^ d at 80c, 5 at $1. 

Dugas Ant ; hardware 

Breen, Thos : outlay for storage 



Total, carried to page V— 7 , 



cts. 



67 00 

79 20 

150 00 

203 80 
57 36 

124 14 
67 75 

178 52 
7 13 



1,149 99 



60 00 
21 00 

108 00 



154 34 

119 50 
17 03 

790 20 

737 46 
9 68 



2,017 21 



21 00 

132 25 
34 00 

12 75 



32 00 

23 50 

136 25 

8 10 



10 00 
15 60 



28 42 



19 20 



43 20 



81 10 
5 70 
5 75 


608 82 



PUBlIG WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 209 



Ulagdalcii Islands: Breakwater^ 

Carpenters ; Jno Burke, 823 d at 82 ; Pr. Benoit, 34 d at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1 .40 : E. J. H. Oarbonneau 20i : Souil Bouchard 28 , . . 

Carpenters, days at 81 .25 : Carbonneau, Cleo 3, H. 13} ; Paul Jumptre 11',: Edon Ncel 42. . 
Labourers: Alf Cormier, 3 d at si .35 ; Patfk Brophy, L0 d at 81 .25; Edon Nor] loy d ,,t $j 

Arsenault ("apt Jno : split locrs incl sawing, 4728 ft at3k ; 350 logs, 9700 ft at 5c 

Dechesne L. M, resident engineer, Amherst ($1883) : — " 

Salary, Oct 26-June 30, 248 d at 84 

Travel and sundry outlay 

Advances unaccounted for 

Leslie R. J : wrot spikes (7 in, in, 5 in) 13 kegs at 85 ; rod iron, 452 lbs at 3c ; oakum, 300 

lbs at 0c ; sundry hardware 88 . 12 

Painchaud C. F : G & T boards 824 ft at 813.50 ; sundries 86.24 

Porter David : knees, 30 at 75c 

Porter David & Son : sundry lumber 

Reid Wm A : smithwork 

S. S. Lunenburg : 10,000 ft lumber $35.40 ; knees, 40 at 25c ; sundries $8.65 

Vigneau Naz : drawing lumber 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Coal $5. 50 ; frt 82.70; hardware $2. 14; sundries 86. 47 

Total, carried to page V — 7 

Magog, Que: Repairs to Public Wharf, Oct. 28-Nov. 22, 1899. 

Conductor, D. Mullins, 18 d at 82 ; carpenter, A J Mullins, 19 d at $1 .75 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : A Clarke 5, Ed C Ellis 12, A Fisher 4. Fred Fontane 5, Pr Giroux 

11$, D Lachapelle 3, Ed Lavallee 2, L N Mullins 17, H Pepin 10, Arth Tailbot 6 

Carpenter, J A Tailbot, 6 d at $1 .50 ; team, H Pepin, 6 d at 50c 

Bilodeau H : iron for braces, 111 lbs at 6c ; spikes, 58 lbs at 5c; 6 doz screws 18c ; 5 hrs 

work 81 . 75 

Gauvin & Frere : 6 in nails, 4 kegs at 84 ; sundry $1 . 60 

Guilbert, E H, paint, oil & brush $4.95 ; Laplante E, 2 d painting freight shed $2.20 

Martin, A D, lumber $6.50 ; Moore A H & Co, 300 lbs spikes 81.2 ; screws 30c 

Mullins, D, work on wharf, painting railing, fixing approach, etc, contract 

Palardy, H : spikes, 126 lbs at 7c ; bolts, 50 lbs at 8c ; 4 braces $5 

Tailbot, John P, building waiting room and freight shed on wharf 

Taylor, John : hemlock timber, 3734 ft b m 838.65 ; 3 in spruce plank, 16540 ft at $11 



8 cts. 



225 00 


(i7 55 


86 87 


27 30 


650 48 


992 00 


323 50 


567 50 


104 08 


17 36 


22 50 


138 96 


20 06 


54 05 


14 00 


80 66 


10 SI 


3,409 27 



Total, carried to pa^e V— 7 



Matane : Extension of Training; Pier Southwardly. 

Spruce, (12 in x 12 in x 25 ft— 37 ft) 331 ft at 8c, covering (6 in x 25 ft— 30 ft) 1325 ft at 2|c 
pdas follows: Xav. Joncas 820.82; Firmin Lemieux 87.50; Ed Levesque 89.12; Li 

McKinnon $16.16 

Stone, 43 toise at $4, pd as follows : Alex Dionne 828 ; Narc Lapierre 864 ; Edou. Ouellct $80 
Foreman, 3 d at 82 ; sundries 82. 10 



Total, carried to page V — 7 



Jas Thompson 16f ; Hector 



Neiv Carlisle : Repairs to AVliarl*. 

Foreman, Amasse Bebec, 54j d at 82 ; commission on purchase of lumber, 43,000 ft at $1 50 ; 
expenses Oct 11-20, $10 

Carptrs, days at 81.50 : Jas Gilker 16f : Jno Thompson 16| 

Carptrs, days at $L80: Wm Dobson 9^ ; Jas Gilker 31 74 
Thompson 16f ; 2 under $10, 13 days 

Carptrs, days at 81.25 ; Joshua Bebec 1 ; Jno Thompson 32 

Labrs, days at 81.10 : Robt Caldwell 16f ; Joshua Chatterton 13; Jno Dobson 9§ ; Wm 
Renauf 13 : Frank Ramsay 10 ; 5 under 810, 31 days 

Labrs. days at $1 : Caldwell, Jas 19, Robt, 15; Wm Dobson 32; Jno Dobson 13£ ; George 
Gilker 23 ; Roussv, Bart 17, Frank 2r>h ; Thompson, Hector 28^, Jas 29 ; sundry 8 dys 

Carters, days at 81.50 : Josh. Bebec 12$ ; Jno Gilker 361 [\ 

Mclntyre Duncan ; cutting and making iron into bolts &c, 2188 lbs at lc, 766 lbs at l£c, 37 
lbs iron at 4c 

Samson & Filion : rd iron, 1585 lbs at 82.40 ; spikes, 5 kegs at 83.75, 3 at 84.25, 25 lbs 
f-in sq iron, 570 lbs at 82.75 

Cedar, rd, (9-in top) 1174 ft at 4c, 10-in top) 685 ft at 4Ac. (11-in top) 653 ft at 5c, 2460 ft at 
5|c ; (8 ft long) 62 pes at 15c ; guard rail, (10 x 10) 586 ft at 12c, (10-in sides, top 8 -in) 1172 
ft at 12c ; (sq. 12 x 12) 20 ft at 10c ; spruce, 3-in deals, 48,050 ft at 812 ; paid as follows : 
Ronald Billingsley 812.41 ; Klias Briar.l s7."».72; Caldwell, Ohs $13.86, Thos. -I S713.54; 1 
Chatterton, Jas 810.83, Joshua $16.50; Haswell Chisholm $20.62; Cyr A Guit£ $28.13 ; 
Jas H Flowers 810.54; Jas Gilker $19.47; Hall, (lis $28.26, Jno $11.50; LeBoutellier 
Bros Co 813.75 ; Jno Thompson $18.79 ; 9 payments under $10, $ 16.12 



Carried forward. 



1— 14v 



69 25 

94 37 
12 00 

11 49 

17 60 
7 15 

18 80 

30 00 
17 82 

31 00 
220 59 



530 07 



59 61) 

172 00 

8 10 



239 70 



184 00 
50 26 

114 40 
11 26 

102 si 

210 50 

73 B8 

34 85 
86 i: 



L051 80 



1,950 26 



V-210 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



New Carlisle: Repairs to Wharf— Cond uded. 
Brought forward 



Stone, 82^ yds at 35c ; sundry lumber $8.25 ; hardware $2.65 ; freight $7.29. 
Breen, Thos : telegrams .. 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



Newport : Breakwater. 

Samson & Filion : g-in sq iron, 14,022 lbs at $2.70 ; 1-in rd iron, 5120 lbs at $2.70 ; |-in chain, 
400 lbs at $5.75 ; timber dogs 15 doz at 90c ; 1-in cordage, 244 lbs at 13c ; spikes, (^-in) 
3100 lbs at $3.40, (hdinade ^xl4, §xl2) 3000 lbs at $3.90; dynamite, 100 lbs at 45c ; 
freight $66.40 ; sundries, $71.13 

Spruce, ballast flooring (7-in x 25 ft) 8625 ft at 2c, r'd, (14-in x 22 ft) 638 ft at 6c, (12-in x 22 ft) 
4092 ft at 5k-, sq (12 x 12) 374 at 8c ; less timber dues $54.78, paid as follows : Sol. Castil- 
lon $14.93 ; Ls Cronier $18.44 ; Fahey, Jno $11.85, Pat'k $40.20 ; Grenier, Guillaume 
$21.03, Jean Bpte $12.79 ; Keighan, Jas $21.58, Jno $25.92 ; Jean Abel Mercier $16.41 ; 
Jas Smith $16.41; Svvret, Elie $13.44, Jos $17.10; Jas Traverse $23.14; 32 payments 
nnder $10, $157.74. .. .' 

Handling and inspecting lumber : Elias J Lemarquant $17 ; 3 payments under $5, $7.10. . . 

Lease of lumber yard $10 ; freight $7 ; sundries $1 

Breen, Thos : telegrams 

Cyr, S : paymaster, commission on accounts, 3| pc. of $432.58 

Total, carried to page V — 7 - 



Perce : Wliarf, Nortli Cove. 

Breen, Thos, resident engineer, sundry outlay for services 

Queen's Printer's account, $34.92 ; advertising, $151.83 

Total, carried to page V— 7 • 



Point aux Esquimaux : Wliarf. 



$ cts. 


1,950 26 


47 06 

2 75 



2,000 07 



989 98 



410 98 


24 10 


18 00 


2 47 


15 14 



1,460 67 



30 50 
186 75 



217 25 



Lavoie, Elie : caretaker of wharf, 12 m. to June 30, $30 

$1.50; doors to shed 2 at $2 ; deals, 16 at 25c 

De Courval, L P : tamarac, 900 ft. of 12 x 12 in. at 15c, 300 ft. of llx 11 in 
tamarac deals, 350 at $37 a 100 ; cedar, 10 in. dia, 300 ft. at 15c 



repairing snubbing posts, 4 at 
'at 20c. ; 3 x 9 



Samson & Filion : iron. 320 lbs of § in. rd at 2*7c, 210 lbs of £ in. sq. at 2"7c ; 7 in. wire nails, 
5 kegs at $3.75 ; 8 x | spikes, 5 kegs at $3.75 ; augers, 3 of | at $1.25, 2 of | in. at $1.10. . 

SS. St. Olaf : steerage passage for men, 3 at $4.50 ; 2 dys board .for 3 men $4.50 ; Jreight on 
hardware, $2.55 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Pointe Claire Wliarf: Shed. 

Foreman, Egesippe Cousineau, Sept 16 to Oct 20, 27 d at $2.50 

Carpenter, days at $1.75 : Leon Malette 13 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Gesippe Cousineau jr, 27 ; Ludger Larente, 25| ; Frs Lefebvre, 26 ; 

Camille Merineau, 14 

Labour, days at $1.25 : Theophile Aumais, 20; Paul Brunet, 23|; Honore Felisque, 25 ; Sam 

Lefebvre, 24 ; Ant Viger, 24f 

Carter, Dolphis Belair U d at $2 ; driver, Eusebe Brunet 2i d at $1.50 

Charlebois, Leon, cedar $6.94 ; Duchesneau, H, freight on lumber $11.05 

Grier, J & B : 3 in. pine, 12 to 13 ft. long, 1400 ft. at $13.50 ; 1 in. pine, 1630 ft. at $14 ; T & 

G clapboard, 1200 ft. at $19 ; sundry pine, $13.91 

Lafleur, I L : galv. Can plate, 18 x 24, 8 boxes at $4.50 ; white lead, 50 lbs at $7.50, 25 lbs at 

$6.50 ; D B 'oil 4| galls at 70c ; sundry hardware, $21.08 

Mayer, Emilien : hire of 2 men, 12 d in all at $1.25 ; horse hire, 4 d at $1.25 ; carting cement, 

30 loads at 30c ; superintending work in June '99, $5; hardware, $5.52 ; [stone, 15 toi>.e 

at $5 , 

•Total, carried to page V— 7 



44 00 

369 50 

57 76 

20 55 



491 81 



67 50 
22 75 


139 13 


146 57 

12 75 
17 99 


78 43 


65 61 


114 52 


665 25 






PI 11 LK ' WORKS DJEP. I R TMEN T : KX1>/<JX/)1 TV UK. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-211 



Rlmouskl : Wharf repairs and shed. 

Foreman, Amedee Lavoie, Sept 1-Oct 31 '90, 51 J d at $2 

1st Carpenter, Achille Lavoie, 484 d at $1.50; blacksmith, Arsene Dionne, 47i d at $1.50 
Carpenters, days at $1.25: BanviHe, Ella I0j§, Sam 47 ; Boule Casimir 44 ; Fournier, Pr. 14 j ; 
Gasse, Ferd Hi; L avoie, Louis 17^, Simeon \\\ ; Oltot, Ls 48£ ; St Laurent, Epiphane 

51 1, Volmore Hi { 

Labour, days at $1 : lianville, Jac 38^; Dube, Pr 42^ ; Gasse, Chas 3i ; Lavoie, Albert 241/ 

Maxime 24f. 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Fournier, Frs 5 ; Lavoie, Oscar 29 ; St Laurent, Jan 4 

Hire of horse : Maxime Lavoie 17| d at 50c 

Couillard, FUs & C'.e : § in. iron, 2G63 lbs at 3c 

St Launnt, A P : nails 2 kegs at $2.75, 69V lbs at 4c ; rope, 38 lbs at 14c ; sundry hardware. 

$4.70. 



Talbot. J A : lumber, 3258 ft of square at 10c, 3893 ft. of round at 8c ; 12 ft. pine posts, 3 at 
$1.50 : square cedar, 179 ft. at 10c ; 12 ft. spruce deals, 2423 at 20c ; stone 48^ toise at $4 ; 
wire nails, 23 kegs at .$3.50 ; rope 100^ lbs at 14c ; iron 539 lbs at 3c ; spikes, 244 lbs at 
44c ; sundries, $27.77 . . 



Total, carried to page V- 



Riviere au Renard : Pier. 



Bernier, Zeph, spruce : round, 600 ft of 7-in at small end, at 2c, 330 of 12-in. • t 5|c, 316 of 12 
x 14-in. at 0c ; square, 12 x 12, 246 ft at 8c 

Dorion, Gaspard, square cedar, 1800 1 ft of 11 x 16-in, 2700 1 ft of 11 x 12 at 17c 

Dufresne, Jos, labour landing freight 

Gagnon, Adolphe, 12 x 12 sawn cedar, 1115 ft at 18c 

Hyman, Wm & Sons : 10 x 10 spruce, 999 ft at 6c ; sundry timber $43. 29' 

Lindsay, Robt, foreman of works ($111) — 

Services : Aug 1899, 2 d at $3 ; Dec 22-23, 2 d at §2 ; Jan 8-19, 1 1 d at $2 ; April, 9 d at $2 
Board and lodging $35.50 ; horse-hire $25.50 

Moriu Alfred, round spruce, 28 ft x 14 in at small end, 1400 ft at 18c 

Robin, Collas Co : flat boat $8 : oakum and nails 95c 

Samson & Filion : £ and 1-in sq and rd iron, 18223 lbs at $2.75 ; g-in rd iron, 600 lbs at $2.80; 
spikes, 12 kegs at $4 ; 200 ft of jVin chain. 394 lbs at 7c ; \\ and 1-in rope, 135 lbs at 18c; 
sledge hammers, 2 at $1.50, 6 at $1 .25 ; augers 2 at $1 .50, 4 at $1.40 ; cant hooks, 6 at 
$1 . 50 ; dogs, 15 doz. at 90c ; sundries $11 .25 

Round spruce, 2970 ft of 22 ft x 12-in, at Sic, 506 of 22 ft x 14-in, at 6c, 64 of 32 ft x 12-in, at 
6c, (ilOO of 25 ft x 7-in, at 2c ; square spruce, 12 x 12, 1486£ ft at 8c ; 12 x 12 sq cedar, 92 
ft at 8c ; overpaid 10c ; paid as follows : Fred Aubert $15.26 ; Oct Bond $16.30 ; Peter 
Bond $16.84; Peter Bond, sr, $8; Victor Bond $41.70; Wallace Bond $23.02; Oct 
Couillard $14.63 ; Geo Dumaresq $13.58 ; Frs Dunn $10.66 ; CelFrancceur $16.86 ; Ferd 
Franco sur $1.50 ; Aid Gauthier $20.43 ; Edmond Henley $16.83 ; Ant Noel $34.80 ; Aug 
Noel $27.16 ; Jos Ouellette $6.13 ; Ls Ouellette $6.89 ; Ant Samson $13 82 ; Ed Samson 
$30.98; Phili as Samson $5.92; Alfred Samuel $7.90; Andre Samuel $1.32; Bapt 
Samuel $30.60 ; John Samuel $6. 2i; Moise Samuel $43.57; Thos Samuel $7.10; Paul 
■Sylvestre $4 . 02 ; Victor Tapp $3 

Transport of cedar, iron, &c, from Quebec : Capt Wm Bouchard $45.85 ; Capt Ernest Lavoie 
$52 .82 

Caulking scow and unloading timber : foreman, Geo Plourde, 10 d at $2; 49 labourers, 56 d 
at $1 : 16 carters, 18£ d at $2 

Breen, Thos, resident engineer, Quebec, telegrams 



Total, carried to page A" 



River Cap de Cliatte, P.Q. : Pier. 



Foreman, Octave Ducasse, July 1- Aug 24, 1899, 44 d at $2 

Master carpenter, Mchl Henley, 47 d a1 $2 ; carpenter. Nap Rousseau, 33$ d at $1.50. . . . 

Carpenters, days at $1 .25 : Thus Berube 20, Chs Blanchette .HO. 1 ,, Zac Chretien 301,, Jean Cote 
21, El/. Gagne 5j, Geo Lefrancoia 26j Xav 1 1 Roy 32, F Sergerie 33£ 

Labourers, days a1 $1 : Ed Berube 21!. Elz Bouchard 14!, ,1 Bte Chretien 2lj|, Urbain Chre- 
tien 10|, Chs Cote 10, Abr Gagne (pere) 17, .1 Bte G igne (pere) 15, Belonie Gagnon 17!, 
Fortuna Gaudreault 15!, Fred Gaudreault 20^, das llenly 12£, Dydime Isabella 12!, 
Delphis Landry 10!, Solomon Landry 325, Ern Lepage 12, Benoit Paquette LOi, Aug Le 
Parent 12S, Elie Pelletier 10, Arthur A Roy LOf, Francois Sergerie 13!,, Alexis Tbibeaull 
17, Amable Vallee 13 ; 71 payments under $10, $294 75 

Carters, days at $1.50: Franc Beaudoin 7, Jos 11 Cote (pere) 7£, Joa H I '•>, , i (fils) 7'. : 38 
payments under $10, $137.60 

Boatmen, days at $2 : Jos Blanchette 3, Ls Blanchette !!, Felix Pelletier 4! 

I Gagnon, Frs : freight from Quebec to Cap Chatte on hardware 

lRussell, John S: rope, 82 lbs at 18c : hir • of shed, 4 m at $1.50 ; rig broken $5.50 : hardware. 
$8.28 ; freight, 60c 



I cts. 

102 50 
L43 02 



469 95 

133 50 

57 00 

8 63 

7!) 89 

18 30 



1,486 28 



2,499 67 



68 79 


765 00 


4 60 


200 70 


103 23 


50 00 


61 00 


252 00 


8 95 



670 67 



445 93 


98 67 


112 00 

8 56 


2,850 10 


88 00 
144 25 



Carried forward. 



1—HJv 



248 41 



628 25 

17" 60 
24 in> 
10 45 

35 14 

1,349 10 



V-212 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



River Cap de Chatte — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Samson & Filion : g sq iron, 3063 lbs at $2.30 ; nails, 3 kegs of 7 in cut at $2.50, 4 kegs of G in 
wire at $3 ; rd iron, 1.2 1 lbs at $2.25 ~ 

Spruce deals,- 634 at 25c, paid as follows : Felix Landry, $125 ; Felix Pelletier, $33.50 

Spruce, 2374 ft of 12 x 12 in at 8c, 33 ft of 12 x 12 in at 7c, 1774 ft of 12 in lia at 6c, 875 ft of 
6 in dia at 2^c ; cedar, 166 ft of 12 x 12 in at 7c, 104 ft of 12 in dia at. fie, 250 ft of 6 in dia 
at 2|c; total $344.65, paid as follows— Chas Cote $2.31, Eust Ducasse $32.60, J Bte 
Emond $34.44, Gagnon & Perrie $6.25, Isabella & Sergerie $30.68, Jos Lafontaine, $10.26, 
Tel Pelletier $22.44, G Robichaud $6.25, Chs Roy $1.44, B W Roy $45.44, DelphisRoy 
$9.80, Roy & Gagnon $79.22, John S Russell $7.52, J as St Louis $54.44, Philippe Ver 
rette$1.56 

Small payments: rd iron, 78 lbs at $3 . 50 ; 15x30 in spikes 1341 at 2ic ; sharpening drills, 
106 at 4c ; spruce $4 ." , , 

Breen, Thos. , res. Eng. : sundry outlay 

Balance in hands of paymaster .... 



Total, carried to page V — 7 



Riviere Chateauguay: Dredging. 

Bergevin, Chas : inspector of dredging, Nov 11-14, 2 d at $3 ; telegraph and telephones, $1. . 

Bourcier, Joachim : inspector of dredging, Nov 14- Dec 2, 17 dys at $2 

Moore, F F, ($3696)— 

Services of dredge No 4, May 23-June 30, 1900, 299 h at $8 

Services of dredge Little Grant tug and scows, Nov 14-Uec 2 1899, 163 h at $8 

Total carried to page V — 7 . 

Riviere du l«ievre, Lock and Dam : Extraordinary Repairs. 

Foreman of gang laying timber : Alex Clement, J an. -June, 52^ d. at $1 . 50 

Stonemason, Geo. Mcrcier, Jan.-Feb, 24 d. at $2.50 

Head loader, Jos. Brazeau, Jan. -Feb, 43 d. at $1 . 50 

Labourers, days at $1.50: Benj. Brazeau, 2; Morice Brazeau, 1; W. Gorman, 4; Jas. Mc- 
Garvey, 1 , , 

Labourer , days at $1.25: Jos. Brazeau, 19| ; Morice Brazeau, 37 ; Wilf. Bertrand, 1H ; Cam. 
Carriere, 92Jj ; Alex. Clement, 47^; C. Desjardins, 36; J. Guenette, 38^; W. Gorman, 
86i ; Nap. Larmont, 16| ; Wesley Lemieux, 29 ; Patk. Littleton, 10^ ; Morice Lonsdale, 
39^ ; Jas. McGravey, 20£ ; Alex. Philion, 25 " 

Teams, days at $2.50: Jas/ Brazeau, 43; Morice Brazeau, 1; Max. Lauzon, 38| ; Angus 
McMillan, 39 ; Jno. Woods, 38^ 

Man with horse : Angus McMillan, 2 d. at $2 

Bisson, T. F. : nails, 80 lbs at 4c ; 1 keg chalk, $1 .35 ; axes, 3 at $1 ; sundries, $9.40 

Brazeau, Jas. : building stone, 90 loads at 10c ; pea straw, ^ ton, $3 

Brazeau, Maurice : building stone, 130 loads at 10c 

Cameron, A. D. : dynamite, 2 cases at $11; 7 shovels, $4.90; fuse, 5 rolls at 75c; detonators, 
2 boxes at $1 ; sundries, $1 .55 

Campbell, Ed. : bolts, 24-in. long, 242 lbs at 6c ; cartage to locks 50c 

Gorman, H. R., lockmaster : travel and horse-hire 

Hardy, Frank : hemlock, 648 1. ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 13c, 175 1. ft. of 10 x 10-in. at 10c ; hem- 
lock and maple planks, 1,064 ft. b m. at $15 

Kelly Lumber Co., W H : hemlock. 1000 ft. 1x6 and up. x 16 ft at $8.50, 550 ft of 1x6 .. . 
and up x 13-ft. at $8 ; scantlings, 12 at 9c, 12 at 8c ; handling, $1 .75 

McMillan, Hugh : 12-ft hemlock logs, 14-in. and upwards in dia, 408 1 ft at 9c 

Richer, Omer : repairing roller, $4 ; bolts, 115 at 10c 

Wilson, F J & Co : zinc white, 75 lbs at 12c ; 6-in. nails, 1 keg at $3.75; paint oil 5 gal at 
75c ; brushes, 2 at $1, 2 at 45c ; cartage, 75c ; sundries, $2 . 28 

Small payments : 18-ft. birch logs, 2 at $1 ; box dynamite caps, $1 ; crowbar, $1 ; cartage of 
roller, $1 .25 



Total, carried to page V — 7 . 



Riviere du Loup (en bas) : Wharf repairs and: Shed June 14-Nov. 13, 1899. 



Alf 



Foreman, F X Chamberland, 96 d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1 .50 : Cyrville Fortin, 53i d 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Aug Beaulieu, Abh ; Wm Gosselin, 46£ ; Elz Goulet, 54; Al 
Martin, 46J ; X. Martin, 38£ ; Syl. Paradis" 32-j; ; Thos. Raymond, 53 ; Flavien Savard 
49 

Painters, days at $1 . 25 : Horace Gagnon, 23 ; Alph Goulet, 38 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 
1,349 10 



92 74 

158 50 



344 65 



44 49 
9 50 

10 

1,999 08 


7 00 
34 00 

2,392 00 
1,304 00 

3,737 00 


7S 75 
60 00 
64 50 



12 00 



642 89 

400 00 

4 00 
16 95 

12 00 

13 00 

34 20 

15 02 
12 25 

117 70 

16 69 

36 72 
15 50 

22 43 

5 25 



1,579 85 




805 08 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-213 



Riviere clu Loup (en bam) : Wharf repair*, «fcc. — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Labourers, daya at $] : Chas Beaulieu, 37 ; Ls Beaulieu, 294; ; Alph Desbiens, 67^ ; Sol Martin, 

39^ 5 Ls N 1 < >ii ii Br, 29j ; Polycarp St Pierre, 22g 

Labourer, days at 60c : Ls Monn jr, 45 

Carters: Alf B-aulieu, 128 h at 20c; ('has Beaulieu, 32i d at $1.50; Elz Desbiens, 74 h at 

20c : -los. Dub.-, 95 h at 20c ; Thos Lauzier, 108 h at 20c ; Ls Morin sr, 2(5 d at fa. 60.. . . 
Binet, Geo. A : spruce deals 3 x 9 x 12, 225 at 25c ; i and £-in iron, 2,000 lbs at 27c ; 7-in 

nails, 1 2 kegs at $2 . SO ; sundries, $4 

l'.n »\vn, J & W. I) : white pine, 73S ft at 3ic, 31 ft at 25c ; elm, 70 1 it at 35c 

Chamberland, F F : trips, 2 to St Eonoie' for wood at 83, 4 to mill at $1, 3 to blacksmiths at 

50c ; ."> telegrams, 75c ; sundries, 80c 

Dion, Nap : galvzd sheet iron, 112 lbs at 6ic ; tin, 7 lbs at 40c ; galvzd nails, 14 lbs at 12c 

plumber, H d at $2.25 ; carter, 3 trips at 50c 

Dube, Ars : 3 x 9-in x 12-ft deals, 570 at 22c ; 12 x 12-in cedar, 659 ft at 12c ; 9-in round 

cedar, 1007 ft at 8c. 

Duguay, Richd : 3 x 9-in x 12-ft deals, 511 at 22c 

Girard, J () : paint, 825 lbs at $6.90, 300 at $0.75, 125 at $6.50 ; linseed oil, 58 gals at 67£c; 

turpentine 9 gals at 95c ; sundries, $18 .86 

Lachance & fils : 5x9 spruce 535 ft at 6c ; cedar, 560 ft of 6 x 6 at Co, 139 ft of 10 x 10 at 10c 

800 ft of 12 x 12 at 12c ; 6 x 12 in pine and cedar, 87 ft at 12c ; sundry lumber, $33.72. . 

Lauzier, Thos : stone, delivered at wharf, 24i toise at $4 

Nadeau, Chs : iron supplied, cut and pointed, 542 lbs at 3c ; 4622 lbs at 3 '7c; iron worked, 

3933 lbs at lc ; sundry smithwork, $(5.70 

Parent, Chas A : pure metallic oxide, 300 lbs at 5c ; paint, 75 lbs at 7c ; oil, 10 gals at 75c ; 

3 brushes, $3.90 ; canisters 2 at 50c ; freight $1.10 

St Pierre, Geo & Co : 8, 9 and 10 in cedar, 2407 ft at 8c ; 12 x 12 in cedar, 244 ft at 12c ; 12 in 

spruce, 512 ft at 10c ; 3 and 5 in spruce deals, 12 ft long, 32083 ft at $9 a M ; black birch, 

234 1 ft of lOx 12 sawn at 25c ; 64 1 ft of 5 x 4 at 6^c ; 1 piece of spruce, $1.60 

St Pierre, Napoleon : hire of barge 16 d in Oct at 50c 

Viel, Jos : nails, 4 kegs at $2.60, 14 lbs at 4c 



Total, carried to page V — 7 . 



Riviere du Loup (en haut) : Dredging channel from Lake St. Peter to 

Louise ville. 

Robillard, Jos Edouard, Montreal, services of dredge St Pierre : July 1- Aug 7 1899, 320 h at $7. 

St Pierre, Antoine, Three Rivers, services of dredge St Pierre : May 15-June 30, 1900, 400 h 

at*7 



Lesage, Sem : inspector, June 10- Aug 7 1899, May 15-June 30 1900, 91 d at $2.50. 
Total, carried to page V — 7 



Riviere Ouelle (St. Denis) : Wliari repairs, Aug.-Oct., 1899. 



Inspector, Aug Casgrain, 40 d at 82 ; sundry outlay, $2.30 

Foreman, Cleo Berube, 35 d at $1 .50 ; carpenter, Frs Martin, 31 d at $1 .25 

Blacksmiths, days at $1.50 : Geo D'anjou 5^ ; Tel Guignard, 7 

Labourers, days at $1 : Aubert, Luc 7 ; Beaulieu, Jean R 14, Jos 12, Ls 3 ; Belanger, Magi 11, 

Simon 8 ; Boucher, Adel 15 ; Duchene, Ls 17 ; Gagnon, Andre B 13, Andre P 9, Jos 17 ; 

Lebel, Ls 3 ; Martin, Prud 14 ; Mercier, Gilbert 6 ; Roussel, D 4 

Brown, J & W D : spruce, 137^ ft at 13c ; elm, 8390 ft at 3c 

LeBrun, Jos : transport of wood Quebec to Riv Ouelle, 138 ft of 12 x 12 spruce at 3c, 800 ft 

of 12 x 12 elm at 4c 

Parent, Chas A : § in iron, 2841 lbs at 2^c ; smith coal, 12^ minots at 70c ; rope, 155 lbs at 

15c ; 7 in wire nails, 2 kegs at $3.50 ; freight, $5.29 ; sundries, $20.65 

Pelletier, J A : 2 and 3 in pine deals, 15 at 29c, 31 at 26c, 1 at 25c ; sawing and cartage, $4 ; 

sundries, $2.49 

Small payments : hire of smith's tools, Aug 31-Oct 27, $8 ; smithwork, $2.55 ; g in round iron, 

[20 lbs at 3c ; sundry lumber, $3.70 ; cartage and horse hire, $10 50 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



River Riclielicu : Reloeil Channel Guide Piers. 



$ cts. 
805 ng 



226 00 

27 00 

168 75 

148 02 
-58 10 

13 05 

16 64 

285 04 
112 42 

151 88 

219 76 
98 00 

233 30 

33 75 



626 04 

8 00 

10 96 

3,241 79 



2,240 00 

2,800 00 
227 50 



5,267 50 



82 30 
91 25 
19 00 


153 00 
269 55 


36 14 


128 89 


19 15 


28 35 


827 63 



Conductor, Avila Bernard, 154 d at 82 

Carpenters, days at 81.50: Hilaire Behind sr 13; O. Bernard 144;; P. F. Brissette 6 ; Xarc 

Menard 154; . 

Carters, days at 83, Leonidas Bernard 7',; days at s2, H. Messier 25i ; 5 payments under 

$5, $13.50 : 



( 'arried forward. 



308 00 
72 71 
87 00 

467 74 



V-214 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTOR A, A. 1901 



River Richelieu : Reloeil Channel Guide IPiers — Ooncludcd. 



Brought forward. 



Labourers, days at $1.25: Pr. Beaudry 26 ; Bernat, O 91J, Donat 99i ; Jos Doraville 13; 
Guil Durocher 15 ; E. Champagne 8 ; Alph. Faille 20i ; Narc Menard 26| ; Pr. St. Marie 
16 ; 5 payments under $8, $18. 12 ■ 

Benoit Adelard ; iron fence (180 ft) $12 ; gate &c $9.30 

Bernard Leonidas : pine (10-in small end) 23 ft-37 ft long, 681 ft at 14c ; oak, 540 ft at $25 ; 
manure 53 Ids at 50c ; carting earth, 179 04 yds at 20c; cartage of earth 821 83 yds at 
25c ; sundries $2.80 , 

Gurtin C : sundry hardware 

Prefontaine Mde P : 3-in hemlock deals, 1704 ft at 33c ; sundry deals $11.64 

Stone, 106 r V toise at $6, 52f£ toise at $5.50, paid as follows : L. A. Casson $344 ; Jos Ledoux 
$150.42; J. R. Mayer $292.50; Prefontaine, Calixte $61.05; Mde P. $67.10; Alph 
Richer $11 68. 

Earth, 5432 06 yds at 3c, 333J yds (delv'd) at 30c, p'd as follows: Donat Bernard $91.28; 
Cyrille Choquette $171 .70 

Cartage of earth, 1777 '08 yds at 25c, 254 69 yds at 20c, p'd as follows : Chs Beland $94.01; 
Elie Bernard $19.14; Emery Deslauriers $42.44 ; Emery Larivee $26 89; Felix Larose 
$13; Jos. Ledoux $75.26; L. Pepin $55.53; Regis Phaneuf $118.62; Pr. Ste. Marie 
$37.94; 4 payments under $7, $12.38 

4-in drain pipes $8 . 78 ; plumbing $7 ; ferrying $6 . 80 ; sundries $4 . 30 

Total carried to page V — 7 

River St. Maurice : Channel between Grandes Piles and La Tuque : 

Dredging. 

Lemyre, Theophile : labour, 6 d in Aug at $1.10 ; eng. and capt, Sept 1-Nov 21, at $60 ; care- 
taker, Nov 22-Mch 31 at $30 ; foreman, May- June at $60 ; postage $1, expenditure for 
boat, horse-hire, &c $22 .36 

Caretaker of dredge, Max. Cloutier, Aug, 31 d at $1 ; fireman, Sept 1-Nov 21 at $30 ; May 1- 
June 21 at $40 

Carpenters : Chas Dube 11 d at $1.75, 7 d at $1.50 ; Pr Grenier 15| d at $1.50 ; W Langlois, 
16idat$1.60.., 

Labourers : Philias Charest 15 d at $30. 1 m at $25 ; Hy Fay 21 d at $30, 29 d at $25 ; Is. 
Giguere 77 1 d at $25 ; Jos Lahaie 21 d at $30, 93 d at $25; Jos Lajoie 52 d at $30, 82 d 
at $25.. 

Labourers, 15 payments under $7 : 71 d at $1, 3 d at $1 . 25 , 

Beland Pr : planks 1326 ft at 15c ; l|-in deals 1020 ft at 15c ; sundry lumber $21 .25 

Belief euille F X & Bro : forging 1 hinore 40 lbs at 25c ; sundries $8 

Bellemare Alfred : wood, 5 cords at $1 .75, 4 at $1.50, 2 at $1.25 

Boisvert Raoul : repairing clam $30 ; iron work 960 lbs at $4.25 a 100; 2 braces for crank 
(2-in x 9-in) $18 ; clevis (|-in) 40 at 50c, (1-in) 15 at 60c; right and left filiere $10 ; smith- 
work $77. 56 , , 

Canada Iron Furnace Co : rent of steamer 

Cavanagh, Ed. Co : oil, cyl 25^ galls at 70c, machine 27 galls at 45c, chain 261 galls at 5c ; wh 
waste 122 lbs at 7f c ; frt $2 

Cloutier Amable : wood, 26 curds at $1 . 50 

Crete Adolphe : linseed oil, 26 galls at 90c ; wh. pamt, 500 lbs at $6.90 ; manilla rope, 864 lbs 
at 16^c ; sundry hardware $179 .16 

Gavin R : engineer on dredge, 25 d in Sept at $80 ; travelling expenses Sept 2-20 $36 

Jourdain L. G : 1 cook stove $18 ; 1 patent filiere $15 ; 1 oiler for engine $8.25 ; sundries $28.18 

Lachance Geo : 1 barge 1\ f t x 53 ft 

Lajoie & Bro : 12 prs blankets 84 lbs at 40c ; sundries $4.20 

Lajoie Jos : board, May 1-June 21, 5 men at $10 a m ; sundries $5 

Lemieux J. Bpte : rent of property $10 ; wood, 99 cords at $1.50 ; board of men, 11 meals at 
25c, 122 at 12c, 190 at 9c ; sundries $3.81 

Masson Moise : board of 5 men, Nov 11-22, 60 d at $11 a m ; laundry $4.65 ; sundries $2.50. 

Parent Jos : 129 meals at 25c ; board of 5 men, 2 ' 13 m at $11 a m ; washing &c $5 

Strs "Florence " and " Ivan R " : towing dredge, Str "Florence" 34i d at $3, Str " Ivan R 

12A hrs at $3 ; 6 d at $20 ; passage and freight $13.75 

■ Veaugeois Jos : dry wood 14 cords at $1 . 50 , 

Viau & Corbeil : mattresses, 5 at $2.75; pillows 6 at 75c : sundries $13.60 

Wurtele J W & Co : |-in alligator rope, 5400 ft at $7 . 60 ; 1 anchor 907 lbs at 5^c 

Transport of anchor $5.60 ; 45 planks $4.50 ; rent of boat $5.25 ; repairs $7 ; rent of ground $5 

Total carried to page V— 7. . 



Sabrevois Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Feb- June ($1127.61): 

Conductor, Alphege Boivin, 115 d at $2.75 ; engineer, Jos Poirier, 33£$ d at $1.75. . . 
Carptrs, days at $1 . 75 ; Theo. Boivin 63i ; Ls Bressette 10^ ; Surprenant, Ath 11-|, Ed 

Carptrs, days at $1 .50 ; Ls Breseau 20 ; Alf Goyette 7| ; 3 payments under $6, $12.37. 



Carried forward. 





$ cts. 


467 74 


413 41 
21 30 


379 37 
11 91 

67 88 


926 75 


262 98 


495 21 

26 88 



3,073 43 



439 96 

180 00 

79 40 



363 50 
74 75 
56 44 
18 00 
17 25 



205 36 
10 00 

54 51 
39 00 

377 46 
102 66 
69 43 
50 00 
37 80 
90 00 

196 80 

29 15 

154 59 

274 75 

21 00 

31 85 

460 29 

27 35 



3,461 30 



374 96 

186 34 
53 62 



614 92 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-215 



Sabre vols Wharf— Condudt d. 

Brought forward . 

Pay-lists— Con. 

Carters, days at $2.50: Noe Lafrance 17 7 ; Philias Meunier 7 '2; Meclard Morin 8'3 ; 

Victor Poiaaant II: 3 payments under $9, 821 .75 

Labrs, days at 91. SO: Leon Bernaiche 16$; Benri Joubert 9£; Ern Menard 9£ ; 2 

payments under $7, 19.10 

Labrs, days ai H .26 : Leon Bernaiche 31 ; El. Bouchard 9? ; Narc Bourgeois ll£ ; Henri 
Dion 20£ft ; Dom. Gagnon <).',: Jos. Goyette 174; Philias Gregoire 20| ; Thos 
Meunier 14; Monceau, Chas 94; Sam 8*: Pr Morin 21& ; Alf. Roy 10$; Pr. 
Sanson 11*; Evan Simmont 120.',; Ormidas Tongas 20'3; 7 payments under $10, 

$28.04... ". ' 

Amesse Pascal : castings 380 lbs at 2ic ; bolts & nuts 95 lbs at 7c ; frt 96c 

Bernard Avila : 3 trips to Beloeil for wood at §6 

Bernard Leonard : 2 car-loads of round pine, 2036 ft at 20c 

Bisaihon Amable : lumber, 383 ft at $18 ; 299 ft at $20 ; sundry $2.70 

Bousquet N & Co : spruce stakes 18 ft long, 14 in. at large end, 360 ft at 20c 

Cloutier Philip >.' : smith work 

Demers Geo : castings, 6347 lbs at 2c 

Fredette G. Sr : hemlock 8x8, 651 ft at $17, 906 ft at $18 ; spruce T & G 1000 ft at $24 : 

clapboards 2500 ft at $13.50 ; sundries $43.21 

Lafleur J. L : 8 in. wire nails 6 kegs at $4 ; 3 in. washers 400 lbs at 6^c ; 3| manilla rope, 100 

lbs at 20c, 75 lbs at 16c; sundry hardware $12.45 

Latour Alexandre : doors, (7h x 7) 2 at $5.50, (7* x 3) 1 at $3.50 ; sashes 2 at $2.25 ; frt $1 . . 

O'Cain Jas : steam coal, 3 "38 tons at $5 ; tolls over bridge, 3 at 40c 

Regnier & Bio : paint oil, 5 gals at 95c ; wh. paint 50 lbs at 8c ; sundry hardware $28.24 

Rirl J. B : sniithwork 

Roy Sam'l J : hemlock, r'd 14 in. dia 7-24 ft long 720 ft at $20, 6 in. dia 9 ft lone: 450 ft at $6 ; 
12 x 12, (19-30 ft long) 22812 ft at $20, (12-34 ft long) 34296 ft at $22 ; 4 in. plank 11-13 ft 
long 19524 ft at $12; deals 5336 ft at $13; pine 8761 ft at $23.50; repairs to boiler 

$13.80 ; freight $20.88 ; sundries $39.61 

Stone, 50 toises at $6, 22 toises at $4.50, p'd as follows : F. Campbell $9 ; Mo'ise Dubois $45 
Philias Meunier $24 . 75 ; L. E. Regnier $300 ; Raol Roy $9 ; Jno Tremblay $11 .25 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Sillery Cove : Wliarl at Pointe a Pizeau. 



Supt., W. L. Lemieux, 45 d at $2.25 ; foreman, Phid. Marcoux, 15 d at $2 

Carpters, days at $1.50: Jos Bernier 11; Moore, Ls 15^; Ovid 23£ ; Jos Pouliot 33£ ; 2 

payments under $4, $5 . 26 

Carpters, days at $1.25 : Pr Bedard Sr 30f, Jr 34 ; W. J. Beland 35 ; Nap. Bergeron 35| ; 

Nap Boulet 37 ; Ed Duperre 32* ; Julien, H 36f, Elz 35J ; Edm Langlois 8! ; McCor- 

mack, Jno 22 j ; M 34 ; [ ; Chs Racette 35 

Carters, days at $2 : Lamont J. B. Sr 18£, J. B. Jr 17|, Painter, Jos Guilbault 8 d at $1.25. 

Aubin Wm : hardware 

Brown J & W. D : wh. pine 1828 ft at 3^c, 2662 ft at 2^c; spruce 807 7 ft at $17.50 ; cedar 

shingles 5 M at *2A0 ; sundry lumber $48.51 

Garant Jos : making iron bolts, 5528 lbs at l*c ; carter, 7 Ids at 25c ... 

La Compagnie Maritime et Industrielle de Levis ; return fares from Quebec, 71 at 20c ; 

freight $9.05 

Lemieux Ludger : 11 in. sq cedar, 8130 ft at 1 2c 

MacLeod D. R : elm, 1317 78 c ft at 23c ; pine deals, 53,163 ft at $9, 5,305 ft at $12; sq. 

pine, 1654*48 c ft at 25c ; floats 14 at 70c ; repairing bolts, 294 at 4c ; sundry lumber etc 

$43.18 

Paradis J. E : elm, 5263 ft at $1 a 100 ; labour 20 hra at 20c 

Parent Chs A : spikes, ({% x 7) 15 kegs at $4, (Ax 10) 15 at $3 75; 7 in. nails 13 kegs at 

$2 . 51 > ; cordage 71 ft at 15c ; sundry hardware $124 .08 

Thorn Jno S : towing lumber 

Wagner Chas : iron 881 lbs at lie ; stone 68 '87 toise at $4 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



$ cts. 

614 92 

132 75 
55 25 



324 69 

17 11 

18 00 
407 20 

15 57 

72 00 

7 90 

126 98 

128 33 

94 45 

20 00 
18 13 
36 99 
28 08 



1,965 59 
399 00 



4,482 94 



St Alexis, Bale des Ha! Ha!: Pier. 



Foreman, Pitre McLean, 3ept 1-Oct 31 -99, 52 d at $2 

1st carpenters, days at $1.50 : Alf Dufour 26, Eugene Truchon 26 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Bouchard, Cres 21!: Bourireault. Geo 24, Jos 5.',; Dallaire, Ls 
18; Dufour, Alf 26; Girard, Hector 23*, Thos 23$: Godreault, Jos 3; Lesperance, 
Louison 16 : Roy, Jos 24 ; Savard, Edm 26 : Simard, Ls 20 : Tremblay, Paul 24 

Labourers, days at $L: Barbeau, John 14: Desbiens, Simon 23$; Dufour, Frsl4; Fortin, 
Geo 34* ; Gagnon, Geo 19; Gauthier, Wilf 11; Girard Hector 12!, Thos 12*; Grenon, 
P, 25* ; Lavoie. Jos 16; Rov, Felix 23', ; Therien, Isaac 13; Thibeault, Ferd 13*, Sam 
38! ; Tremblay, Ant 33, Frs 39|; 11 payments under $8, in all $37.50 



131 25 


129 77 


471 33 

82 00 

3 83 


205 18 
84 67 


23 25 

975 60 


1,323 57 
56 63 


283 48 

18 00 

288 72 


4,077 


104 00 

78 00 



Carried forward. 



318 77 

381 25 

882 02 



V-216 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St Alexis, Baie des Ha ! Ha ! : Pier— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Carters, days at $1 . 50 : Fillion, Lucien4j; Gauthier, Wilf 7| ; Savard, Em 1|; Thibeault, 
Ferd 3^ 

Colozza& Gobeil: bar iron, 20172 lbs at $2.50 

Lapierre, Pr, 15- ft. boat $30 ; Tache, Jean & Co, dynamite 3 box^s at $12.50 

Stone, 127$ toise at $4, paid as follows : Phil Gagnon, $152 ; Benj Simard, $03 ; J Tremblay, 
$44 ; Louis Tremblay, $250 

Amount paid on acct of stone, Philbert Gagnon (voucher not in) 

Iron bolts, 230 lbs at 5c, paid as follows: Phid Bronneau, $1.70; Guil Gagne, $1.20; Art 
Gauthier, $5.25; Jos Roy, $3.35 

Iron prepared for bolts, 13170 lbs at 2c, paid as follows : Art Bolduc, $74; Fortin & Simard, 
$61.20 ; Petre Grenon, $56.20 ; Ls Larouche, $72.. 

Deals, 3x9x12, 44 at 25c, paid as follows : Jos Norton, $6.25 ; J N Savard, $4.75 

Tamarac, 6-in, 912 it at 3c, paid as follows : Jos Desbiens $11 .79 ; Ern Lavoie $15.57 

Pine, 9139 ft. of 11x11 in. at 10c, 3957 ft. of 9-in. dia at 5c, paid as follows : Bergeron, Frs 
$39.60: Bouchard, C res $8.10; Boudreault, Jos $12 ; Dufour, Juste $200 Gauthier, Jules 
$95.10, Leonce $124 M ; Grenau, Abr $55.50, Prenice $19; Lemieux, E $25; Minier, 
Jos $7; Roy, Jos $5.60; Savard, Edm $20.90, J N $13.50; Simard, Henrv $3; Thi- 
bault, Ferd $12.30; Fortin, Mde Vve $2; Tremblay, Guillaume $45.60, J $204.40; 
Johny $190.70, Louis $22.80 ; Truchon, Eugene $5 

Tamarac, 551 ft. of 11x11 in. at 10c, 8013 ft. of 9 in. dia at 5c, paid as follows : Bergeron, Abr 
$44.15, Frs $17.65, Ligori $26.65; Desbiens, Jos $34.50; Dufour Alf $10.70; Fortin, 
Geo $15; Girard, Jos $29.95; Grenom, Abr $19.45 ; Lavoie, Aug $21.30, Ern $114.40, 
Phil $2.90; Mailloux, Cyr $1 ; Minier, Jos $10.75; Rousseau, Chas $36.35; St Jar 
$79.65 ; Tremblay, Francois $27.70, Jos 75c, J $79.60. 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



St Alphonse (Bagotville) PQ: Landing pier repairs and shed. 

Foreman, Peter McLean 12 d at $2 ; 1st carpenter, Michl Bouchard 12 d at $1.50 

Laborers, days at $1 : Jos Norman, 12; Lambert Boivin, 7; Sam Samuelson, 5^; 12 pay- 
ments under $5, $39 

Girard, Joseph : stone, 8 yds at 25c. 

Lepage, Ag : tamarac, 853 ft. of 10x10 in. at 10c, 1740 ft. of 6x6 in. at 5c ; tamarac deals 475 
at 35c ; sledge hammers, 2 at $1 . 50 ; hardware 90c 

Perron, Alfred : § iron bolts, 1100 lbs at 3c 

Simard, Neree : tamarac, 755 ft. of 6x6 in. at 5c ; rope, 7 lbs at 15c ; sundries, 95c 

Tremblay, J Emile : 11x11 in. pine, 155 ft. at 10c ; sundry 40c 

Tremblay, Pitre : iron bolts, 300 lbs of § at 3c, 20 lbs of | at 5c 



Total, carried to page V- 



St. Andre de Kamouraska : Wharf. 



Desjardins, Alf : purchase of wharf, approach and road-way $10,000, less charged to 1900-1901 
$3000 



St. Anse de Bellevue : Extension to Wharf. 

Purchase of land and damages : 

Maria Louise Duckett, part of lot No 191 

Alicia Duckett, „ 192 

Commissioner of Crown lands, Que : voucher not at hand 



Total, carried to page V- -7 



Ste. Anne de Sorel : Ice Piers. 



Foreman, Naz Provost, Nov 6 to Dec 13 1899, 30 d at $2.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Damase Lavallee 30, Nap Rajotte 23, Alf Wiseman 22. , 

Laborers, days at $1 : Pr Cournoyer 25, Nap Ethier 4, Pr Ethier 31, Olivier Rajotte 29J 

Carters, days at $1.75 : Nap Ethier 16, Etienne Provincal 5, Cyrille Robidoux 12 

Towing timber, Capt Francoeur, 5 h at $1 

Berthiaume, Jos : iron 3901 lbs at 44c 

LaBelle, Cyrille : spikes, 254 lbs at Ac ; sundry hardware, $10.83 

Parent, P. E : railway fares and pullman, $10.20 ; cabs, $2.50; 3 days, hotel, $4.50 ; 2 meals 
$1 ; postage, 24c ; telegram, 57c 

Sheppard, Jas & Son : 12 x 12-in hemlock 26 to 27i ft long, 107 ft at 20c ; 10 x 10-in hemlock 
25 ft long,*500 ft at 14c ; 12 x 16-in hemlock, 18 to 20 ft long, 57 ft at 27c ; 3-in hemlock 
9 to 26 ft long, 4586 f t b m at $14 ; 5 and 9-in hemlock, 11 to 16 ft long, 11883 ft b m at J 
$14; sundry lumber, $6.30 | 

Soulliere, Joseph : stone, 10 toise at $12 i 

Total, carried to page V — 7 • . 



$ cts. 
882 02 



25 88 

504 30 

67 50 

509 00 
100 00 

11 50 

263 40 
11 00 

27 36 



1,111 75 



572 45 



4,086 16 



42 00 



63 50 

2 00 

342 45 
33 00 
39 75 
15 90 
10 00 



548 60 



,000 00 



1,350 00 
650 00 
152 00 



2,152 00 



75 00 
112 50 

89 50 

57 75 

5 00 

165 79 

20 99 

19 01 



343 65 
120 00 

1,009 19 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-217 



St Anne du Sagnenay, P. Q. : Construction ol Wliarl. 

Foreman, Ones Tremblay, 22 d at $2 ; 1st carpenter, pot Gravel, 21 d at $1.80 

Carpenters, days at $] .25 : Chas Laforge 14^, John Tremblay 19 

Laborers, days at %\ \ V ra Bouchard 1(H, David Laforge 20i, Edm Lavoie 11, Zac Simard 

12! ; 4 payments under $9, $17.25 ." ". 

Carters, days at $1 .50 : Thos Gagnon 1, Marcel Sheehy 21 

Dallaiiv, Alex : iron bolts, 4000 lbs at 5c ; 11 x 11 pine, 320 ft at 10c ; 3 x 9-in x 12 ft deals 

1388 at 25c ; tamarac, 9-in dia, 500 ft at 5c ; balance of account (see page Q— 166 of 1898 

99) now paid 180.15 

Gagncm, Epiphane : pine, 500 ft of 12 x 10-in at 10c, 20 ft of 11 x 11-in at 10c ; 3 x 9-in x 12 ft 

deals, 60 at 25c ; tamarac, 9-in dia, 1045 ft at 5c . . 

Price Bros & Co : 3 x x 12 deals, 326 at 27c 

Tremblay, Simon : 11 x 11 pine, 1613 ft at 10c ; 3 x 9-in x 12 ft deals, 200 at 27c : tamarac, 

9-in dia, 248 ft at 5c 

Tamarac, 9-in dia, 4223 ft at 5c ; white pine, 9-in dia, 549 ft at 5c : total #238.00 paid as fol 

lows,— Jos Boulaine $5.10, Abel Cote $29.15, Jos Noel $117.30, Arth Verreault $22 \: 

Alfred Villeneuve $64.(50 



Total, carried to page V 



St. Fnlgenee : Pier and Improvements. 



Eoreman, Wm Warran, 49 d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Aug. Laforest 21 ; Jos Lapointe 16 ; Jeanne Tremblay 10, Ones 6 
,, days at $1.25 : Jos Gagnon 20 ; Tremblay, Jeanne 1 

Labourers, days at $1 : Gagnon, Ern 14, Jos 11 ; Girard, Alf 16, Em 10, Jos 23i, Pitre 11 
Tremblay, Ern 17, Nap 10 ; Frs Turcctte 10± ; Alex Simard 13 ; W. Warren 18 ; 20 pay 
ments under $10, $91.75 

Bergeron Philippe : iron bolts, 353 lbs at 5c ; sundries $2.15 

Brassard Hy : iron bolts, 735 lbs at 5c, 70'J lbs at 6c . 

Gagnon Eugene : iron bolts, 1,255 lbs at 5c 

Gagnon Pitre : 1 boat trip for wood 

Simard Ferd : freighting stone, 4 boat trips at $5 

Tremblay Alexis 1 barge, 12 ft x 40 ft 

Warren Victor : iron bolts, 500 lbs at 6c ; 1 anchor 150 lbs at 7c 

Pine (12 x 12) 637 ft at 12c, 975 ft at 10c (11 x 11) 365 ft at 10c, (10 x 10) 388 ft at 8c (9 x 9) 100 
ft at 7c, 230 ft at 6c; (6x8) 1200 ft at 5c, (9-in dia) 1035 ft at 5c ; spruce, (12 x 12) 46 ft at 12c, 
(11 x 11) 1610 ft at 10c, (9 x 9) 1063 ft at 7c, 390 ft at 6c, (8 x 8) 1444 ft at 5c (9 in dia) 1170 
ft at 5c ; p'd as follows :— Phil. Bergeron $33.04 ; Eliphe Bolduc $7 ; Teles. Boudreault 
165 ; Hy Brassard $15.60 ; Gagnon, Epip $110, Ern $23.80 ; Ls Girard $12.30 ; Jos Har- 
vev $10.80; Aug Laforest $155.12; Arith Lajoie $60; Jos Ouillette $51; Simard, Jno 
S44.S4. Wilf $4.50, Ern $74.41 ; Warren, Nap $47.65, Victor $54 .... 

Hardware $5.45 ; cast steel 20 lbs at 10c 



Total, carried to page V 



St. Gedeon Lake (St. John) : Wharf. 

Foreman, Geo Lavoie, 81 d at $2 ; 1st carpenter, Wm Audet, 80 d at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Art Bouchard 73 ; Lavoie, Adrien 37, Eli, 38^ ; Patrice Levesque 

45J ; Wm Murray 12| ; Jos Simard lOf ; Ones. Tremblay 224; 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Oscar Audet 19 ; Jno Tremblay 16 ; 10 payments under $10, $53.64. . 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Thos Gauthier 43J ; Chs Huot 25£ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Audet, Armand 73, Oscar 16 ; Zeph Bois 12^ ; Nap Corneau 10i ; 

Amedee Coulombe 28j ; Oscar Desjai-dins 12^ ; Picore Hawey 25$ ; Jos Huot 22 ; 

Adelard Godreault37 ; Nap Letourneau 24 j ; R. Levesque 33h ; 5 payments under $5, $12 

Audet Jos : spikes and nails, 14 kegs at $5 : paint 20 galls at $2 

Iron bolts, 0336 lbs at 6c; stone, 2 toise at $7 : Amedee Dufour $11.76 ; Jno Tremblay $382.40 
Pine and spruce (12 x 12) 237 ft at 12c, (11 x 11) 5383 ft at 10c, (9-in dia) 5404 ft at 5c ; spruce 

6-in dia, 111 ft at 2^c ; cedar, (9-in dia) 200 ft at 5c ; shingles 10 M at $1.50 ; planks, 

12,000 at $8 a 1000, (1 x 8 x 12) 192 at 7c, (1 x 9 x 12) 33 at 15c, 60 at 4ic ; deals (3 x !» \ 12) 

32 at 30c, 400 at 35c ; p'd as follows : Jos Audet $323.14 ; Art Bergeron $18.80 ; Boily, 

Ovide$23, Pr $25.15; Alex Billev $14.65 ; Jos Boudreault $37.05; Jos Claveau $43; 

Medard Cdte$34; Sifroid Desjardins $72.90 ; Abr Fortin $51.95; Ls Gagnon $10; Frs 

Gauthier $21 ; Barn. Girard $14.10; Elz. Godreault $33.20 ; Lessard, Adel $19.30, Hyp. 

$83.60, Lig $17.30, L*». $iai6; Elie Murray $29.55 ; Simard, Evar $18.30, Fra $14,40; 

Alph Tremblay $150.44 ; 11 payments under $8, $68.43 

Stone. 40£toisesa1 $7, p'd as follows: Pt Boity $14; Coulombe, Etienne $35, Thoe $49; 

Sifroid Desjardins 821 ; Abr Fortin $35 : Adrien Lavoie $40.25 ; Ones Tremblay $14 ; 

Frs Turcotte $21 ; Jno Turcotte 821 ; 5 payments under $9, $3L50 

Total, carried to page V— 8 



| ots, 

75 50 
41 87 

71 75 
33 00 



r.si «5 

119 25 
88 02 

227 70 
238 60 



1,580 14 



98 00 


79 50 


26 25 


245 75 


19 80 


78 75 


62 75 


10 00 


20 00 


40 00 


40 50 



769 06 
7 45 



1,497 81 



282 00 

306 58 

106 14 

86 57 



308 25 
110 00 
394 16 



1,131 41 
281 75 



3,006 86 



V-218 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



St. Irenee : Completion of Wharf to Shore. 

Foreman, Luc Girard, 58^ d at $ 2 ; carpenter, Edm Gauthier 55^ d at $1 . 25 , 

Labourers, days at $1 : Audet, Julien 24 ; Gauthier, Jules 32^, Majorie 15£, Nap H% Pole 
mon 12 ; Girard, Geo 17^, Jos llf ; Raymond, Jos 31£ ; Tache, Ferd 28| ; Tremblay, 
Chas 50J, Eusebe 55j ; 8 payments under $6, $19 " 

Carters, days at $1.50: Alf Bouchard 4, Theo Duchene 6, Epip Gauthier 3i, Jean Girard 
10$, Didier Tremblay 2| 

Bouchard, Geo : tamarac, 22 ft of 12 x 12 in at lie, 177 ft of 7 x 8 in at 9c, 777 ft of 3 x 5 in 
at 3ic, 948 ft of 3 x 5 in at 3c ; 10 in spruce, 230 ft at 7c ; spruce deals, 16 of 1^ x 9 in at 
14c, "70 of 3 x 9 in at 20c ; 10 in planks, 75 at $4 a 100 ; paint, 21 lbs at 8c ; oil 2\ galls at 
80c 

Brown, J & W D : pine, 120 li ft at 4Ac, 1,829 ft at 3k, 2,144 4 ft at l^c ; 1 in spruce 1,333 9 
at l|c; shingles, 15 Mat $1.90 

Caron, Francois : shingles, 3 M at $1 50 ; 8x8 tamarac, 110 ft at 8c ; sundries $10 .29. 

Carrier, Laine & Co : dbl winches, 2 at $35 ; iron plates, bolts, pullies &c, 1,417 lbs at 6c . 

Parent, Chas : chain |-in, 614 lbs at 6c ; iron, 516 lbs at 2^c, 170 lbs at 2 3c, 832 lbs at 2^c, 
3 bars at 40c ; metallic oxide, 300 lbs at $5 ; paint, 75 lbs at 7c ; oil, 10 galls at 75c ; nails, 
2 kegs at $3.50, 2 lbs at 10c, 35 lbs at 5c ; freight $3 ; sundries $14.62 



Smithwork : Jos Boily, 



Alf Bouchard, $7.88; Jos Gauthier $5 



Freight : Horace Duchene, $28.05 ; SS " Charlevoix," $19.50 

6 payments under $8 : deals, 22 of 3 x 10 x 12 at 20c, 39 of \\ x 8 in at 10c ; cedar, 67 ft of 10 
in at 8c, 34 ft of 7 x 8 in at 8c ; 12 x 12 pine, 18 ft at 12c ; sundry spruce, $5.98 ; linseed 
oil, 4 galls at 80c ; hardware, $1.33 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



St. Jean des Chaillons : Improvement of Harbour. 

Harbour Commissioners of Montreal 1898 ($1,338.67)— 
Pay-lists for dredge No 7, Sept-No v. — 

Eng-Capt, H. Meunier, 80 d at $3 ; cranesman, R Aubertin, 71 d at $2 . 50 

Fireman, G. Lebrun, 91 d at $1.35 ; watchman, M Lafrance, 84 d at $1.20 

Deckhands, days at $1.20: B. Mailhot 75; H. Meunier 61; P. Paris 13 ; M. Pil- 

lotte 71 ; R. Savageau 71 ; scowman, J. Labelle, 44 d at $1 . 20. . 

Board, pel as follows : Jno Abel $20 ; J. A. Chandonnet $220 ; Gustave Leboeuf 

$22 ; Basile Mailhot $19.20 ; Phi Paris $25.20 

Meunier H : expenses 

Smithwork $4 . 44 ; P. O. orders 88c ; postage 45c 

Detailed with dredging Ont and Que, " Nithsdale " (page V — ) 

Total, carried to page V — 7 

St. Jerome Wharf: Lake St. John. 

Foreman, John Poitras, Mar 12-May 31, 1900, 65 d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Fabien Flamand, 40 ; Johnny Gauthier, 43 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Alex Belley, 4; Donat Dufour, 44; Ones Godreault, 15; Phid 

Tremblay 27^ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Audet, Alf 17; h ; Belley, Alex 17 ; Bilodeau, Chas 13, Honore 48| ; 

Blackburn, Wm 18 ; Boily, Alf 10h, Frs 34 ; Boivin, Henri 14| ; Bouliane, Nap 14 ; 

Dallaire, Alf 27| ; Desbiens, Arth 15, Henri 19, Jos 16 ; Dufour, Donat 12 ; Duval, 

Meride 11 ; Filleon, Phileas 32f ; Fortin, David 16^ ; Gagnon, Eug 11 ; Gauthier, Arth 

22, Ernest 19, Ludger 28^; Godreault, Frs 31 f, Jos 31, Ones 28; Neron, Louison 14; 

Perron, L 14^ ; Savard, Elzear 15 ; Simard, Albert 17^ ; Tremblay, Jas 15h, Ludger 22, 

Thade 14, Thos 45£ ; 13 payments under $10, $77 

Carters, days at $1 . 50 : Jos Bilodeau, 49^ ; Arthur Gauthier, 18g 

Boivin Geo : 11 x 11 in. tamarac, 1172 ft at 10c ; sawing, 2501 ft at 2c 

Cote, J. Thomas : augers, 12 of § at $1.50, 6 of § at $1 ; hardware, $2.17. 

Desbiens, Ls : tamarac, 2811 ft of 10 x 14 at 12c, 680 ft of 9 x 12 at 10c, 4403 ft of 10 in. dia at 

7c, 188 ft of 8 in. dia at 5c ; 3 x 9 x 12 deals, 20 at 30c ; paint, 11 galls at $2 ; 6 in. nails, 

1^ kegs at $5 

Desbiens & Levesque : \ doz pick handles, $3 ; 1 doz sledge handles, $3 ; handsaws, 2 at 

$2.50 ; hardware, $11.35 

Dufour, Donat : 9 and 10 in. tamarac, 610 ft at 7c ; 8 in. cedar, 693 ft at 5c ; rope, 20 lbs at 18c. 
Fortin, Donat : 7 and 8 in. cedar, 5201 ft at 5c ; 9 in. tamarac, 411 ft at 5c ; iron in bolts, 61 

lbs at 6c 

Neron, Bazile : 3 x 9 x 12 tamarac deals, 857 ft at 30c ; 11 x 11 pine, 589 ft at 10c ; sawing, 

252 ft at 2c ; hardware, $5.90 

Noel Thos; 10 x 10 pine, 205 ft at 8c ; Perron, Geo, twine and gunpowder, 85c 

Potvin, Ovide : 25 ft boat, $30 ; 11 x 11 pine and tamarac, 222 ft at 10c 

St. Gelais, Jos : cast steel, 175 lbs at 15c ; iron rag bolts, 390| lbs at 10c ; iron bolts, 12268 

lbs at 6c 

Tremblay A : 11 x 11 tamarac, 1950 ft at 10c 

Carried forward , 



$ cts. 
185 57 

308 00 
39 76 

113 01 

153 4a 

23 59 

155 02 



127 89 

17 88 
47 55 



29 05 



1,200 75 



417 50 
223 65 


375 60 


306 40 
9 75 

5 77 
79 81 



1,418 48 



130 00 
124 50 

113 13 



743 50 

101 75 

167 22 

26 17 



758 43 



22 35 
80 95 


284 26 


326 94 
17 25 

52 20 


801 38 
195 00 


3,945 03 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : EXPENDITURE. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-219 



st. Jlrdme whart: Lake si. John Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Tremblay. Alf ; 10 \ 12 pine, 750 ft at 10c ; 9 in. pine, 900 ft al 5c 

Stone, 7»i toise at $6, paid as follows: Ls Cdte $45, Elz Dufour 124, Fabien Dufour 884, 
Chaa Gagnon *12, Ls Gagnon $12, Johnny Gauthier $7.50, Joe Earve3 $9, Jos LeB< I 13, 
Aug Martin $45, Ed Montminy $66, Claud Villeneuve $30, Thos Villeneuve $138 

Tamarac and pine, 4803 ft of and 10 in. at 7c, 2335 ft of 7 and S in. at 5c, paid as follows : 
Qdebut Boivin $10 74, Elie Desbiens $1.47, Ls Desbins $53.83, Donat Dufour $17.08, 
Maurice Fournier $106 . 35, Jules Gagne $167.40, Ovide Potvin $21.60, Stanislas Trem- 
blay $20.79 

Total, carried to page V — 7 

St. Laurent: Repairs to Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Sept- Dec ($1001.06)— 

Foreman, Ls Leclerc, 67£ d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.40 : David Godbout 12 ; Celestin Lapierre 57 

Carpenters, daysat$1.25: Ls. Campeau 32| ; Emil l)unias 44 \ ; Godbout, Herm. 54^, 
Joachim 7 ; Odil Laprise 43£ ; Pouliot, Edm 34f, Nap 52i, Nap 30 .". 

Laborers, days at $1 : Ls Campeau 12 ; Jos Curodeau 23i ; Oscar Dumas 20^ ; Ad. 
Godbout, £; Gosselin, Apol 47?, Theophile 29£ ; L'Abbe,~Alph 15, Thos 14; Etienne 
Lavoie 60| ; Leclerc, Esdras 21, G 50 ; Aime Lapointe 11 ; Pouliot, Jos 43^, Nap 

155 ; Alf Turgeon 32i 

Bernier Achille : stone, 49 ' 76 toises at $4 . 50 

Bertrand, Jos : 2 cardoads cedar, $17, $16.20, fr. St Louis Stn to Riv du Loup whf 

Delisle Z : cutting &c spikes, 7627 lbs at 1c ; sundries $2.50 

Gosselin Eugene : sawing wood, 2137 ft at lc ; sundries 60c 

Lachance G., M.D : prof, services for Nap Pouliot. 

Lapointe F. X : transport of deals 

Parent Chs A : § in. sq iron, 2527 lbs at 2|c, 1525 lbs at 2^c, 1525 lbs at 2fc ; £ in. r'd, 

1527 lbs at ' m 2hc, 523 lbs at 2|c ; nails, 6 kegs at $3.50, 3 at $3.75 ; frt $3.95 ; sundries 

$15.40........ 

Pedenault Wilf : transport of cedar, 3342 ft at l^c 

Samson & Filion : I in. iron, r'd and sq, 2741 lbs" at $2.70 ; nails, 3 kegs at $3.75 

Cedar, (11 in. & 12 in. sq) 2258 ft at 12c, (10 in. x 10 in.) 2712 ft at 12c, 2522 ft at 10c, (sq 

2 s)295 ft at 9c, (flat) 2447 ft at lie, 174 ft at 6c, (r'd) 2388 ft at 6|c, 300 ft at 5c ; 

spruce, (3 x 9 x 12) 320 at 27c, 425 at 25c, (11 in. & 12 in. sq) 1110 ft at lHc ; sq wh. 

pine, 1036f c ft at 25c, 2021 c ft at 16c ; deals M. P. 8213 ft at $9 ; paid as" follows :— 

Archer & Co $377.89; J & W. D. Brown $359 . 02 ; Avsene Dube $242.23; Foscade, 

Alb $10.44; A. L $73.92; Jos Gagnon $323.36; P. N. Gariepy $128.34 ; J. Marti- 

neau $40.20; J. A. Talbot $752. 84 

Smith work $2.50; hardware $6.96; rent of tools $3 . 40 ; team $3.50; travel $1.80; 

towage $8 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



St. Rocli des V ii Inaies : AVharf. 

Francteur Michel : inspector, Aug- June, 150 d at $2.50 

Pelletier, B. A. J., voucher not yet received at Audit Office. Dec 5, 1900 

Verreault Gustavo : registration fees 

Viau, Lachance & Hamel : work done to Oct 9, 1900 $6080 ; less drawback $608, and ch'g'd 

to 1900-1901, $2182 

Legal services : P. T. Dupont 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



St. Timothee : Repair* to wharf. 

Sup't, Lacasse Bedini, 45^ d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Aurele Lebceuf 93; Jos St Michel 25 6 

Labourers, days at $1.25: A. Archambault 1 ' 8 ; Pr. Desgroseilliers 211; H. Mercier 10 

Vian Adei 14i, Theodule 7 ' 7, Jos (5 

Carters : 1 d at $3", 7\ d at $2.50, 3*9 d at $1.50 

Cossette Alf : tamarack, 1420 ft b. m. at $25 

Filiatrault L J : nails, 3 kegs at $3.95 ; sundries $3.83 

Leduc J. F. R : stone, 50 toises at $5 . 

Montreal & Cornwall Xav. Co : frt charges on hemlock, 8000 ft at $2 

Prefontaine Thos jr: pine (3x11 in x 15-16 ft) 13791 ft al si:; : sundry, lumber &c $12.09. . . 

Seguin Benj : 1 sign for wharf $5 : sundry hardware $27.31 

Viau Theodule, drawing lumber, 14,000 ft at $1 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



$ cts. 

3,945 03 

120 00 

475 50 
15!) 26 



4,999 79 



134 50 
96 60 

373 46 



396 50 


223 92 


33 20 


78 77 


21 97 


12 00 


11 00 


241 09- 


50 13 


85 27 



2,308 24 
26 16 



4,092 81 



375 00 

150 00 

20 30 

3,290 00 
29 50 



3,864 s<> 



91 00 

52 :;."• 

76 39 

26 85 



35 50 


i:» 68 


250 on 


16 00 


191 37 


32 31 


14 00 


801 45 



V-220 



A UDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1899-1900. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



Verdun Wharf. 

Foreman, E. de Chantal, 105 d at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.70 : F. X. Bertrand 43 34 ; Hilaire Caron 15' 3; Is. Faubert 29 ; Pat'k 

Miloche 98 

Carpenters, days at $1.60 : Cardinal, Belome45'9; Damase 61 ' 6 ; Precule Guerin 5 '65; R. 

Labonte 63'8 ; EdonLessard 6/05 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Beauvais, Arthur 25 '08; Eliz 11 "9; Arthur Desrosiers 17'2; 4 

payments under $9, $12.25 

Labourers, days at $1.10 : Aime Leblanc 18 ; T. Mailloux 13 '25; David Pattenaude 15' 1 ; 

Aime Poislhot 37 ' 79 ; 6 payments under $9, $21.56 

Carters, Jos Cote 4'9 d at $2 ; Paul Verdon 22 '55 d at $2 ; sundry payments $7.45. 

Hamel M : sundry hardware 

Lafleur J L : 1 in r'd iron, 1175 lbs at $2.85 ; wharf spikes (g x 24-27) 2780 lbs at $3.50 ; wire 

nails, 3 kegs at $3.85 ; sundries $15.97 

Verdon, Paul : stone, 30 toises at $6 ; 98 Ids at 25c . 

Hemlock, (12 x 12) 2326 ft at 15c, 3708 ft at $9.50, (15-in r'd) 2544 ft at lie, (6-in flooring) 2957 

ft at 8c ; hemlock, 375 1 ft at 7c ; 3-in pine deals, 1056 ft at $13, 6206 ft at $15 ; 

sundry lumber $5.23, p'd as follows : Arthur Beaupre $26.25 ; J & B Grier $884.25 ; 

McLaurin Bros $35.22 ; T Prefontaine & Co $93.09 

Smithwork $6 ; sundries $4.75 



Total, carried to page V— 7 



Harbours and Rivers : Quebec Generally. 

Bait St. Paul: Repairs to Wharf at Cap aux Corbeaux, Dec. 1-9, 1899 ($88.17.) 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Geo Bertrand H, Em Lemieux 2i, D Mailloux 4, Jos Mailloux 6, 

Pr Mailloux 4, Jos Perron 21, Ed Tremblav 7, Eugene Tremblay 7 

Gariepy, P N : 11 x 11 spruce, 166 ft at 9c ; 3-in x 12 ft deals, 15 at 21c 

Simard, Wilfrid, 11 x 11 spr